In June of 2016, my business was profitable enough to have allowed me to quit my day job and be 100% self-employed, but financial health alone cannot sustain a business. Being physically healthy enough to predictably deliver high-quality work is required. And that summer I was in big trouble.
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When space is at a premium and you need to run your business from your home on wheels, you must make tough decisions regarding downsizing your office.
The most challenging one for me but the one that has yielded the most benefits has been going paperless.
This post will address the benefits, timing, and challenges of transitioning to a paperless office and provide a list of the resources I use to reduce the physical footprint of my business while increasing reach and profitability.