Are you looking to immerse yourself in the world of teleworking and discover how you can make the most of this modern and flexible way of working? Here I present four interesting books on the subject that will open the doors to a world full of possibilities and will give you practical advice to create an effective and conciliatory work routine.
“Teleworking well: All the keys to teleworking successfully (Practical 21st century)” by Alicia Aradilla
Teleworking is here to stay. But teleworking is not “taking your work home.” For sociologist Alicia Aradilla, teleworking is her specialty and her way of life. In this exhaustive guide, he provides essential advice for a good transition to teleworking: it teaches you how to set up your own office, how to effectively manage tasks, emotions and mental patterns, the power of a well-designed routine and even teleleadership skills. Mastering the art of teleworking will not only help you gain productivity, but will also allow you to balance work and personal life, increase your professional value and elevate your positioning in the labor market.
“33 Tips for TELEWORK: Productivity guide to telework more effectively” by Carmen Corral
Teleworking may seem like an easy task: you just grab your laptop and take it home. However, if you have already had the experience, you will know that it is not as simple as moving your office to another location. Numerous obstacles and challenges will arise, some external and some internal. Working remotely means adapting to a different environment and working method. It requires a change in mentality, leadership style, focus on the way of doing things, organization, communication and interaction with others. All of these aspects will be explored in detail in this book.
“Atomic Habits” by James Clear
An essential guide to transform your life through small daily changes. Clear dismantles the idea that success lies in the big moments and proposes that it's the everyday habits that really matter. The author explores how habits are formed, how to get rid of bad ones, and how to build good ones. With compelling examples backed by science, Clear provides practical strategies for implementing and maintaining effective habits. This book teaches you how to turn simple actions into powerful levers of change, leading you to achieve extraordinary results.
“Deep Work” by Carl Newport
A work that highlights the importance of concentration and dedication in a world full of digital distractions. In an informative tone, Newport explores how the ability to do deep, focused, uninterrupted work is essential to achieving success and satisfaction in our working lives. Through practical advice, the author proposes strategies to cultivate this skill and overcome the temptations of social networks and multitasking. "Deep Work" is a call to reconnect with our ability to concentrate and make the most of our cognitive potential in an increasingly distracted world.