The most important man in the free world is doing something that many businesses and even more law firms say can’t be done. He is working at home.
That’s right. Our president, Barack Obama, is working from his home. So what if it’s the White House — that’s where he lives. And, as he admits, the advantage of his setup is that he can be a busy executive, but still spend time with his family when he wants to and when it matters. “One of the huge benefits of being president is I now have this nice office, and I go upstairs and have dinner with my family just about every night,” President Obama told the BBC in June.
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