Tuesday, March 22, 2016

How To Design Your Work Space

First, you must determine how much space you need.

Chances are what you may initially think is quite large may be crowed or not enough space.



While many businesses are started from a corner of the bedroom or kitchen, if the space is available it would be far better idea to take a spare area of the house and convert it  it into your office.






There may be space in the basement, garage, or a spare bedroom.

Having a separate space is more efficient and will make for maximum efficiency. It is also psychologically important.

You do not want home activities to interfere with your business, or vice versa.

Friends and family will need to be told politely firmly that business hours mean business and dropping in, or calling to chit chat is not acceptable.

Psychologists suggest that you work "from" home not just in your home.

There is a danger of becoming isolated.

Inasmuch as time allows, participate in seminars and local business activities and organizations.

Financial Planning

It is said and also my own personal experience that owners of new businesses never have enough time or money.

The majority of small businesses which do not succeed will fail because they are not properly financed.

Do your financial planning carefully review all required start-up expenses as well as on-going expenses before revenue will be generated.

Estimate your profit margins and all fixed and controlled expenses.

 Almost all entrepreneurs will tend to be much more optimistic about their estimate of the financial performance of a business taken what is necessarily realistic.

There are always unforeseen expenses.

It is a good idea to only invest in absolutely necessary expenses.

This applies to furnishings, supplies and all equipment.

Computer equipment in recent years has become outdated within a short period of time.

So, if what you acquire will serve you well for 2-3 years will be able to upgrade your equipment later on.

Your emphasis should be on conserving capital. As your business develops, unexpected hurdles will come along and periods of low revenue.

Your capital will make it possible to keep your business operating during these times.

Have a wonderful day.

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