How To Work From Home With Kids [Ep. #142]
In this episode of The Profitable Practice Podcast, I discuss my stance and strategies on how to work from home with kids during this COVID crisis.
So your new co-worker is challenging, Huh?
Our industry is shifting into telemedicine at break-neck speed and our at-home work environments are being showcased front and center. Let’s not even mention all the physical distancing and quarantine rules that are pushing everyone to work from home.
I have two children under 5 myself. I get it. There’s a lot of pressure and it’s Hard to get anything done.
Learning to work from home effectively and efficiently is a must right now if your business is going to survive.
Tune in for my stance and strategies for making it work in my household.
In This Episode:
[0:32] The current reality of working from home with children during COVID crisis.
[2:17] #1: Forget the perfect homeschooling set up and “Best Quarantine Parent Awards” it’s just guilt producing. My stance on being a parent-preneur and what that means.
[6:30] Find times that can be dedicated 100% work time.
[7:20] Be assertive about asking for help. (Especially during this crisis!)
[8:32] Use this time to analyze what’s broken in your business and start solidifying those systems and processes and filling in the cracks.
[9:48] Take time to breathe and discover/see the opportunities to pivot.
[10:39] Be selfish – take the help!! This is a gift of time to get. shit. done. while you are not “too busy” with patient care.
[12:10] Recap… and my offer to help you get a plan of action together. Click here to Book your $1 Game Plan call now.
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