Double A's Obsession contest winner meets OK Go. Clockwise from top left: Damian Kulash, Catrina VanHorn, Brenda VanHorn, Andy Ross, Tamar Cheatle (Double A), and Tim Nordwind.
Time is our most valued resources. Once you spend it, you can never get it back. But, when you need to divide your focus between different aspects of your job or business, it can often feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day to accomplish everything on your to-do list. As a result, not only your work performance suffers, but your family and social life as well.
Where and how you work can have a significant impact on your overall productivity. Sure, you may be spending most of your day in front of a computer, but what happens around you influences your focus and work performance. Everything from the lighting in your office to the pile of documents on your desk can take a toll on your ability to complete a task.
Working from home is a dream come true for most people. At last, you don’t have to waste time on long commutes, dress up or spend time with people that you don’t really like. But, when it comes down to the nitty-gritty of it, organizing a home office can be a challenge, especially if you tend to be a little chaotic.