Tick Tock! Time Management for Mobile Or Home Office Workers

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Xlibris Corporation, 2012 - Business & Economics - 48 pages
Ideally, I hope this book has given you some time back in your day and brings you closer to the goals and dreams that you have set for yourself. Setting up shop for yourself in a mobile environment can definitely be a challenge, not just for yourself but for your family. Just always keep in mind your reasons for travelling in this direction. This guide is essential reading for every experienced travel consultant and travel agency manager whether they are contemplating leaving their current workplace and becoming a personal travel manager or simply looking to improve productivity in their current environment. Wishing you all the best for your future mobile business!

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Kim Mason is a very successful self-employed personal travel manager, mother and tri-athlete and, while it is based around Kim's own experience and insights as a home-based contractor, this guide is a must for any start up business as well as individuals looking to work from home or to become sole-traders regardless of what industry they may be in. It contains good commonsense solutions for everyday issues which, with the disciplines it advocates, will ensure business success while contributing to the balance you may be seeking in those areas that are important to you between work and family.

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