I’ve met many people lately who say they don’t set New Year’s Resolutions. I suppose it’s easy to understand why when research shows that most people give up on their resolutions within a few weeks. However, you can’t reach big goals without knowing what you want to achieve and a plan to get there.… Read the rest
31 Days to WAH Success
Retirement is often talked about in the next context of leaving the workplace. It marks the end of a regular paycheck and the need to begin relying on other sources of income, most notably is savings.
At least that’s how it works for many people, including employed couples who each earned income.… Read the rest
Working at home often involves attempts at multitasking. You’re talking on the phone, helping kids with homework or fending of neighbors who don’t understand you’re working, and striving to meet deadlines all simultaneously! The cost: sanity. Use these top ten survival tips to achieve success and balance in your life.… Read the rest
You’re busy. You don’t have a lot of time. I know what that feels like. I too feel like I can’t add one more thing to my schedule, and yet this month, while committing to finishing two books that should have been done months ago, I’ve decided to take on two challenges.… Read the rest
There are two reasons people fall for scams: 1) Lack of knowledge and 2) Acting from emotion not rational thought.
When it comes to avoiding scams, the more you know about working at home the better. After years and years of work-at-home books and websites telling people that envelope stuffing is a scam, people still get snared by it.… Read the rest
Over the last month, I’ve shared information on what it takes to succeed at working from home, how to find and get a work-at-home job, and how to start and build a home business. Have you done any of the recommended tasks?… Read the rest
After 12 years of school, 4 years of college, and 2 years of graduate school, I don’t ever want to go back to school. However that doesn’t mean that the learning stops.
Working at home is always evolving. When I first wanted to work at home, the Internet was barely used and most homes didn’t have a computer.… Read the rest
One reason that many people don’t want a home business or to work on a contract/freelance basis is that they don’t want to pay taxes. Well I hate to tell you this, but you already pay taxes. Sure it may be a little bit easier to have your boss deduct it from your pay, but did you know that by doing so, it could be costing more money?… Read the rest
I once had someone steal my website graphic for use on his site. This was potentially disastrous for me because the site was promoting a scam and it looked like I (because it was my logo) was endorsing it. Another time, someone copied and pasted text from my website, including my personal story, to her website.… Read the rest
Yesterday you learned that marketing is crucial to home business success. You identified your product or service’s uniqueness, how it helps others and the groups of people most likely to buy. Once you know all that, you need to use marketing strategies to get your message to your market.… Read the rest