10 Things I’ve Learned About Working From Home

A fantasy vision of the author.

1) You still have a commute. The commute is just from the bed/ablutions phase of the morning to the ‘sat at desk’ phase. On paper, it seems so simple, and that simplicity can be your biggest enemy. The lack of strict deadlines can be a challenge when starting the day, and the security offered by a commute of 30 metres (rather than 30 minutes) can offer the temptation to slow down, delay. My suggestion is to…

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Writer. Podcast entrepreneur. London. Interested in technology and the media. Co-founder podotpods.com Email: nick@podotpods.com.

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Nick Hilton

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Writer. Podcast entrepreneur. London. Interested in technology and the media. Co-founder podotpods.com Email: nick@podotpods.com.

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