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Top 5 Tips for Working Efficiently from Home

Top 5 Tips for Working Efficiently from Home

Working remotely has seen a huge surge in popularity over the past 10 years with the number of people working remotely at least once per week growing by 400% since 2010. Over one year between 2017 and 2018, telecommuting increased by 22%. In fact 99% of people when surveyed said that they would choose to work remotely at least part time, for the rest of their working life. (Hubspot)

Working from home has shown that it can be invaluable to increasing your productivity if you approach it with the right attitude. With fewer distractions in a home office you can maximise the use of your time and increase your results by having a disciplined approach to your work day.

Roll up.  Roll Up, here’s another “get rich quick’ scheme coming to your news feed!

Roll up. Roll Up, here’s another “get rich quick’ scheme coming to your news feed!

We spend on average nearly two and a half hours on social media each day. That’s a whopping 17 and a half hours each week. Nearly a full day. So it is little wonder that business marketers are targeting social media news feeds to bring in the big bucks.

We all love to be inspired and that's why we’re suckers for the Gary Vee’s, the Grant Cardone’s, Richard Branson’s and the Tony Robbins of this world. We sit in anticipation of their next mind-blowing statement and watch as the comments come rolling in

OMG another workshop and it’s FREE!

OMG another workshop and it’s FREE!

Do you know why it’s free?

The information is going to blow your mind and like most business owners you are too busy running your business to implement more than one of the ideas you get.

So why spend a whole day learning everything only to implement NOTHING.

Sound familiar?

The Australian Seniors Series: 100 Year Lifespan

The Australian Seniors Series: 100 Year Lifespan

The three-quarter life crisis: Australians over 50 choosing how they live with age

  • More than a half of Australians over 50 believe the mid-life crisis is a thing of the past
  • Australians are living longer compared to previous generations
  • More than three-quarters believe society is ill-prepared for the average life expectancy to increase to 100
  • Australian Seniors aim to shed light on the issues faced by older Australians and ensure they are well prepared for the future

More than a half (54%) of Australians over 50 believe the mid-life crisis is a thing of the past and is increasingly being replaced with the three-quarter life crisis.