Working from home with kids isn’t for everyone, and it might not be possible for you or your situation.
Certain roles might lend themselves to more flexible hours and as children go through different stages, work styles might have to adapt as well.
About 21 percent of employed adults did some or all of their job at home, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.And that number is growing fast.
In my pre-kid life, I never imagined that someday I'd be a stay-at-home dad.
I didn't go to grad school to spend my days changing diapers or managing summer schedules yet here I am and loving it.
I have tons of friends with similar experiences.
This summer we all have something in common, a deep desire to be there for every moment of kids lives and build success business.
The question is. How?
On this Success Coaching Radio episode we will explore a few ways to manage the stress of summer and still build that empire you are working on.
FYI these tips also work if you kidless and just need to get the job done while working at your kitchen table
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