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Improved Productivity - Part 1

Improved Productivity - Part 1

Less Stress + More Time = Improved Productivity

This is an equation that works for any business, but works best for a home-based one. If follows that if you can find a couple of extra hours a day and spend them working at something you really feel good about doing you will get more done each day. The more valuable work you do the more productive you are and hence the more income you can generate.


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Here are just the advantages of starting from home, which are covered in pages 4-8 of this book.

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