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Create Your Office on the GO! Be productive away from Home

Create Your Office on the GO

Previously I covered how to use your car as your mobile office and click here if you missed that – but now I want to share with you about working while traveling. It’s more than just being in your car all the time.go

It’s more than just being in your car all the time.

Let’s start with the tools you need to stay productive and organized. Wifi – use a mobile device with your phone provider or tether to your phone. Using the wifi settings.  Grab a hard drive.  Save all your stuff on your hard drive so you’re not dependent on your home office. We’ll come back to this idea in a minute.

Envelope / Expensify – for reports that don’t suck.  To keep your receipts in order.

Last Pass to have your passwords saved in a mobile location. Have your info super locked down, and fingerprint protected! Having this confidence is such a relief. Lynda.com to learn how to create amazing passwords, learn how to do so many wonderful business things! I teach courses on passwords, going paperless, business etiquette and more!

Google Drive –  any shared drive. I have two Google Drives for Lynda and Linked IN / and one for my office / I also have DropBox for myself. This allows me to know where things are. I have nothing important saved on my computer, only temporary files. This allows me to be without my computer and still be able to access everything I need. This is key to an effective mobile office that travels well.

Support your tech – cords, chargers, extension cord/power strip. 

Last but not least, don’t tie yourself to any one device. This is another big key. Enabling you to be able to work on your pad, phone, or computer.

What do you think? Let me know!


 

 


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