Work At Home Ideas And Opportunities
Article by Bill Jenkins
Are you ready? There is no better time to start exploring the possibilities of working at home. There are so many opportunities available; you could virtually swim in them. From Avon to Shaklee, to health food offers to skin care and anti-aging products, anything you could possibly want to market and sell is available to you. And all of them offer great compensation programs for you to plug into.
Here are some tips which they recommend on how to stay focused on your home business goals:
Every day when you wake and commute to work, you probably wonder if the day would come when you would finally be able to work for yourself. You think of the day when you don’t have a boss telling you to give your precious weekends for the good of the company. No more forced overtime to have to rearrange your plans around. You will never again be working to make someone else rich. With your work at home business, you can stop all that wondering and get around to actually doing it.
But wait – before you jump the gun and start taking advantage of your work at home ideas and opportunities, let’s first consider a few things. You will need to understand that your ideas and opportunities mean that you are the owner of your home business.
Now, the problem with that is you will find hundreds of distractions which all vie for your time, energy, and focus. These distractions commonly include the kids, your spouse, friends, neighbors, pets, phone calls, mail, household chores, video games, television, neighborhood children, visitors, and so many more. You as a home business owner need to understand that you cannot afford to get distracted by these things. Always keep in mind your real purpose. Never let the tyranny of the urgent supplant the importance of the essential.
Whatever your reason might be for starting your home based business, always keep in mind you stand less chance of losing your focus on your business goals if you always remember your reason for engaging in it in the first place. It is critical to make your focus intentional. Write it down. Memorize it. Rehearse it numerous times daily. Pray about it first thing in the morning and last thing at night. Don’t allow circumstances override your better judgment. If you let it, you will soon find yourself failing to handle your business obligations as your focus wanes.
Don’t forget that your work at home career is a lot like the business that you currently want to leave. You would need to put up effort in order to see results. Your boss has seen to it that he has a way to leverage his efforts to get more production and more profit through more employees. You as a sole business owner, only have your personal efforts to get you where you want to go. As your own boss, your productivity is directly proportional with your salary.
In order to avoid any distractions from your family, let them understand that certain hours of your day are going to be dedicated to certain activities which will help you make your at home business work. Also, you should have a dedicated place for your work. This keeps you from mixing your mental images between work and home life. Achieve that balance between family and work by allowing certain concessions without going overboard. Your work at home career is far more likely to succeed if you have your family’s cooperation. Without it, you will have significant uphill battles.
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About the Author
Bill is a 48 year old entrepreneur, father of 8 children and married to his college sweetheart for 29 years. He is the owner of several businesses, both online ventures as well as brick and mortar companies.