Working from home requires a home office that provides a space for inspiration, improv and income. Whether you're an entrepreneur, writer or making use of your flex hours set by your employer, you need to go into a designated work zone to be successful.
Famous authors and entrepreneurs know about getting into this work zone. Starting out, Bill Gates worked out of his garage. John Cheever would dress in a suit and tie, and go into his basement to write. Toni Morrison acknowledged that "a home office is also a way of professionalizing a job that many people dismiss as a lark or a luxury." The home office, then, becomes a kind of safe zone that enables and supports the imaginative inspirations of its occupant, and a space that creates continual perseverance, which guarantees success.
Do you have a novel inside you? Do you have a budding business inside of you? If so, keep reading. Let the rags-to-riches anecdotes of such diligent authors and entrepreneurs serve as inspiration that you, too, can strike gold, and can eventually have a home office of the same caliber of those pictured below.
This home office makes for the ideal collaborative space where teamwork will transform the world.
The view here provides inspiration that being at-the-top has its perks.
Pristine, profitable and pleasurable = this home office.
"Hello? Yes, you have my undivided attention."
Sleek, sunshine and stunning views make for continued success.
Curl up here and read some great authors that serve as life-changing predecessors. You'll then be inspired to join that group.
The ideal space for your muses to unite and whisper ideas to you. You'll then experience unlimited success.
All images courtesy of Sotheby's International Realty