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You're a permanent freelancer or an early stage entrepreneur and you don't have an office to go to. Your options are usually one of these three things: work at home, work at a coffee shop, or work at a coworking space.

This post originally appeared on The Next Web.

In my own progression as an entrepreneur, I've gone through the above stages in that order and here's my insight into how you should evaluate your own space:

Working at Home

The big perceived incentive for working at home for most people is the savings. Spending money to rent a desk or buying coffee/food is cash that could otherwise be used on your business. It's a valid assumption, but it's important to think about how much value you could be getting by not using your home as a workspace.

Read the rest here:

https://lifehacker.com/working-remotely-doesnt-mean-you-should-work-from-home-1510086412

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