How to turn your office into a ‘freelance workspace’
I had a meeting last week with a group of people who were looking to relocate their offices, and the topic of moving offices was on everyone’s minds.
It wasn’t an easy decision, but we had a plan.
I started by asking them what was most important for them, and they all agreed that they wanted to work in a way that was sustainable.
They wanted to have their own office space.
They didn’t want to work from home.
They weren’t going to be spending their days in a cubicle, but they wanted it to be comfortable and productive.
They were looking for something that would give them the freedom to do their work and meet their deadlines.
They needed the flexibility to work anywhere, from their house to a restaurant.
When I told them about my office, they were surprised and excited.
I had an office space that was perfect for a freelancer, and it was easy to set up and get up and running.
The only issue was that the space wasn’t very well lit.
The first few weeks were difficult, but I think I am building trust and confidence.
One of the most exciting things about moving to an office is the freedom of being able to work with and for colleagues who are new to the company.
Working with and with your team is much more fun when it feels like you are the boss.
If you have a small team, you may not feel comfortable having meetings in the morning or meeting in the afternoon.
It’s good to have a plan and to have time to work.
To be able to do all of that work and have a flexible schedule is really great.
It means that you are spending less time sitting at a desk, and more time working.
I have been doing that for a long time, and I am so grateful to have this opportunity to help other freelancers find their own workplace.