Living at home and working from home sounds like a very appealing set up for a lot of folks. Which is why so many people year after year attempt to start their own work from home business. The concept itself is really very sound and can absolutely be accomplished the problem lies in the details and your perspective. Unfortunately for most of us we lack the discipline that is needed to have a successful business run from the comfort of our own homes. I will include myself in this group as well. I don’t want to mislead you and have you think that I am speaking from side of having a home biz because I do not… I will stick to my blog sharing. I am writing this with honest perspective that I have with myself and the fact that I would not be able keep my work life and my home life separated enough to be successful at either one. What do I mean by that you may wonder? Well I am glad you asked. How often have you heard people talk about working from home? What are some of the more common things that folks mention when they discuss starting a home biz? They dream about how much “free time” it will give them how they will no longer have to punch a clock and answer to a boss or how they can give up commuting back and forth to work everyday. These are all great perks for working out of your own house they are not how ever a good reason to start a business in any situation. So often people put the horse before the cart so to speak and think of all the positive things that working from home will afford them. With out putting much thought into whether they actually have a good business plan. Do you have the goods or services that are in demand, is there really a viable market for what you are considering for your work at home business? If you figure that there is then you have to be brutally honest with yourself and decide if you are the type of person that has the discipline to follow thru with your plans. Let’s be honest it is much easier to do “work” when you are away from the daily life distractions that happen when you are in your home. Once you find yourself committed to running a business out of your home you may find that having your work life and your home life under one roof to be more challenging than you thought. From the few examples that I have witnessed of successful work at home entrepreneurs they have managed a clear separation between home life and work life and they are reaping those rewards.
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Good luck to those of you that are venturing out on your own work at home biz. Like I said I will stick to sharing a blog post here and there and hopefully give a different perspective for people to think about.