For me, I work from home as an employee AND as an entrepreneur. As I said last week, before I am done for the day with my "day job," I write out the most important things I need to accomplish the next day and have that list book marked in my staff meeting notebook. I have it there because then when we have staff meeting the next week, I can just look through the list and report on each item that I've written down as the week has gone on. #workingsmartnothard ;)
As for the health and fitness coaching, I have to carefully organize this in my day as well. Between 9:30 and 10 PM each night when I'm shutting down Motivating Freedom time, I write out the 3 - 6 most important things I need to do the next day. I have a bad habit of NOT closing out of programs and Firefox windows, but I do make sure that ALL social media sites are shut down! My list is put on my keyboard and I shut the lid to my laptop. The next morning when I wake up, I work out to get the blood flowing and then I start my power hour. No email. No social media. No phone. Just me and my task list to blog, create imagery, work on my customer management list, make my list of who I need to contact that day and so on. Some people need more time than that. I have two more power hours after the kids go to bed. If you work from home, take a 15 minute break and start a new power hour. Then take a 1/2 hour break and start again. If you're a mom with a bunch on your plate, consider making a list on Sunday of that you want to accomplish the next 6 days and organize your days accordingly. Your focus time will allow you to get more done than you thought possible!
I shared the link last week on how to shut off your news feed on Facebook when using Google Chrome. I suggest using that if you have private groups you work in, in Facebook. Also make a list of people you are getting on Social Media to contact and then set a timer for how long you want to be on. It's so easy to mindlessly scroll for hours and forget that you got on social media to wish your brother a happy birthday!
Good luck. Let me know what you accomplished in your power hour and any other tips you'd like to share!