3. Make a Business Plan
Plenty of people who work from home don’t think it’s necessary to make a business plan when they are just a company of one. But since you no longer have a boss or an HR department giving you a progress report once a year, creating a business plan will help keep you on track. You can always go back to it for reference to gauge your own success.
What are your goals in six months, one, year, and five years? How long are you willing to go on one direction before you need to see results? When is it time to pivot? On top of your goals, you should try to plan out how you will get there. Figure out what you need to buy, or which people you need to collaborate with to get these goals done.
Shannon Quinn is the editor-in-chief of InspiringHome.org