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Mid-day meditation/nap. Especially if I’ve been going hard. I use a free iOS app named Oak and do a 15 minute meditation, that often turns into a nap, usually right after lunch.

And in the interest in trying to see other people. If I don’t have a client meeting scheduled, I’ll often try and meet someone in the industry for a coffee or lunch, assuming my schedule is manageable.

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I relly like this but I want to know what can we do if we never work remotely because I’m from Mexico and here it’s really hard to work or collaborate with others artist remotely, not a lot of people trust to freelance people to work remotely hope you can help me

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Daniele July 2, 2018 at 10:42 am

Very nice guide! I’m working remotely about 10 years, and in this time I’ve changed my workflow that now I’m very much productive than at the start. Sure the tips you’re saying are very nice and helpful. I’ve added some tips to improve my productivity.

First one use define some kind of action are you doing during an ideal week. Then create in google calendar a new voice with its own color for that list you’ve just done. Fill on Sunday the next week with appoinments, work you have to do, etc or even more if you know that already. The best one is to start with your personal things to do like reading, sports, family, etc. Then fill the gaps with the work. Don’t fill every gap! Take some hour free because you really don’t know things are going like you think Then when you work you could use some nice tecniques to improve your work. If you are using only the PC, turn off all the notification from everything that would beep. Don’t use music if you are going to do something creative thinking, that’s better. Use mind maps to make clear and an understandable path you work through. Then use the pomodoro tecnique ( Paul Andrew slingback pointed ballerinas cheap classic PajuxwTv
) and do 1 thing at a time. If you are doing anything, choose one thing to do and make sure you’re doing only that one! This is important because everything that is distracting you to do your job, is making that job more long than the time you predicted when you was filling the week of work and appointments.

I also do some exercise with the body when I wake up and some meditation to increase concentration and awareness. That help you to stay more focused and to be more kind to yourself.

I could tell you more things, but doing these are a lot of habits to change and is not easy at first!

But I assure you, by doing this you are focused a lot more than before.


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