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How To Make Money From Home In Your Spare Time – Part 4 — 6 Comments

  1. Wow. Very nicely written! I didn’t realize people spent that much time on social media sites. I like the tips of how to block certain sites. The flow of the content was good. A little longer than I wanted to read. I started getting restless about 3 quarters of the way in, but because of the great ideas you were giving out, it kept me engaged a little longer. There were a few pics, which also helped me keep engaged, The ads were not distracting which also was nice. I also liked that you gave way to the other parts of the article so I could go back and “catch up”
    Crystal

    • Thanks very much for stopping by and commenting on one of my articles Crystal. You are quite right, I do find this one a bit long, I guess I have been carried away by the subject. Yes, sometimes I find it a bit difficult to stop, especially when I have so many things to share. But anyway, I’ll try to do better in future, and thanks for pointing it out to me Chrystal.

      I wish you the very best.

      John

  2. Your website is very impressive John.It shows that you didn’t spend time on social media but focused on constructing your website.I could see that this is a passion of yours and being able to have a website that flows and directs to where you want your visitors to go.All of the setting up a professional website has been met.The images are very attractive and effective.All in all:a well designed and interesting website.

    • Thanks for reviewing my website John. I am glad that your find this article useful and well balanced. It is very encouraging. I am sure that you have also read Part 1Part 2 and Part 3 of “How To Make Money From Home In Your Spare Time”. If yes, I would love receiving your comments as well. Let me know if you have any questions.

      Best wishes,

      John

  3. This is some great practical advise for how to make good of time while working online. It can be hard to focus on working when there are an infinite number of distractions on the internet. Social media especially is a huge waste of time. It’s not only distracting, but it also contains a lot of conflict which can be upsetting and disrupt your productive mindset. At this point I only use social media for my business. I will definitely be unsubscribing from all the e-mail newsletters that I don’t read, too.
    Another little time-managing tool which I just discovered is the Google Chrome Webtime Tracker. I just installed it and expect it will help me identify and eradicate my biggest time-wasters.

    • Thanks very much Bailey for sharing your thoughts on my “How To Make Money From Home In Your Spare Time” series of time management for a successful online business. 

      It has attracted quite a lot of interest and surprised so many of my readers about how much time they could (easily or not) save in a normal day. Some have even reported to have succeeded in saving a considerable amount of time and managed to put this towards creating a very productive business of their own. Thing they never thought would have been possible to do.

      I also have quite a few social media on which I share business tips and help my followers with their business. I rarely share personal stuff. 

      Like you, I am regularly unsubscribing from newsletters I am not reading anymore in order to avoid distraction.

      By the way Bailey, thanks very much for sharing this time saving app: the “Google Chrome Webtime Tracker“. I am a great fan of everything Google, but I have not come across this app yet, so thanks very much. I guess my readers will also find it very useful. I know, I will.

      I wish you the very best.

      John

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