23Sep A Tour of My Home Office Posted by Frederic 2 Comments Tweet 2 thoughts on “A Tour of My Home Office” Spencer on September 25, 2013 at 2:40 am said: Thanks Frederic, That was a quick response, and was very helpful! And that Desk Treadmill is a Brilliant Edition to any office since prolonged sitting is very unhealthy! I have never seen or heard of a Desk Treadmill before now, THAT DESK TREADMILL IS A MUST HAVE! 🙂 Also, the part about working in short periods of 60-90 minutes and then taking a break is very helpful info too! Your subconscious often can work out details you may miss in a “tunnel vision” work session and then put it together in a better way while you’re on a break so you can come back and get the insights you may have been blind to just an hour before. In previous internet marketing courses I’ve had they also talk about focusing on and dedicating your time strictly to only what you are good at (just as you say in the video) and passing off or outsourcing the other tasks that seem to bog-down or stifle your creativity to other business/ maintenance professionals so you can strictly focus on content creation, if that is your main core competency. I would also love to see video of you work through some common but tough technical or tough business related events where things do not go as planned. Such as, during a product launch where a website crashes due to increased traffic or how to deal with outsourcing technicalities. Every Pro I’ve observed has some of these or similar described events. If you don’t then you must really have the outsourcing or delegation thing figured out better than anyone! I’ve heard of people outsourcing web-development or other administrative/business related tasks to people in India or Singapore only to have the people they outsourced them to disappear for months in the middle of an important product launch etc. Anyway… Some great ideas in this video and a fantastic sneak peak into your office life! Does everything always run so smooth for you on a day to day basis? How often do you experience times where you end up troubleshooting administrative and outsourcing tasks or other technicalities where the technology or infrastructure you are using for your online business seems to fall apart? I imagine you either have a really good and reliable support team to cover administrative business tasks that you delicate to elsewhere or you have a great “war-room” plan worked out for when things seem to fall apart at the seams? I’d love to see a video where you talk about how much of the tech stuff (Graphic design, Web Dev, and Online Based Infrastructure stuff you actually do yourself and how much it you outsource and to who? Great Video! 😀 All the best, -That70’sGuy Laura-Jane on December 31, 2013 at 12:02 pm said: Hi Frederic, Interesting to see your daily routines. I find that I spend a lot of time on customer support (ie. logins, cancellations, etc.). I’d love to see another video or resources where you talk about specific tips/insights re: getting help with customer support. Thanks!