Making a home more accessible – how to reach some very important clients

Hello everyone:
Each month I will be responding to a question; chosen from a pool of some of
the most commonly asked ones that I have been asked over the years and
continue to be asked.
This month, I’d like to answer the following question:
Making a home office more accessible
By Donna J. Jodhan

Before you say no or turn thumbs down on these suggestions; consider these
thoughts.
You can definitely increase your revenue and reduce both your internal and
external costs and here’s how.

Take it from me! I have been an accessibility awareness consultant and
advisor since 1998 and I continue to help companies to increase their
revenues, reduce their costs, and reach hidden consumer markets!

My tips are primarily aimed at those who are new entrepreneurs or who are
thinking of becoming entrepreneurs.

Too many folks often get caught up in just slapping a home office together
without even thinking of how to arrange things so that you do not spend too
much time looking for something or just trying to navigate through mounds of
clutter.

Here are some tips to get you started.

1. Use file folders and label them with appropriate names that mean
something to you.
2. Place them in sturdy file cabinets.
3. Place the more important file folders; your personal info in the drawer
of your working desk.
4. Carefully label these so that they mean something to you.
5. Examples of personal files could include mortgage and insurance papers,
banking papers, your wills, and so on.
6. Make your desktop as uncluttered as you can. Don’t use your desktop to
store scattered papers.
7. Dont use the surfaces of your computers to store papers.

This should be a good start for now.

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