Learn How to Work At Home from Other Every Day Home Based Workers

Learn How to Work At Home From Regular Home Based Workers
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When I first wanted to work at home, I read books and articles to teach me what was involved and what I had to do. The materials that I found really helpful were the true-life stories of people who were successfully working at home. It was one thing to have theories and steps, but to read about the experiences, pitfalls and other tips people gave was most inspiring and helpful.

In the 1990s the amount of information and number of people working at home was much leaner than it is now. Today, you’re overwhelmed by the blogs, books, articles and more that talk about how to find a work-at-home job, begin freelancing or start a business. And because of that, some of the best information you can get is from others who have gone before you.

People who already work at home can share how they determined the best work-at-home option for them, provide the steps they took to get started, list the challenges along the way, and confess what they wished they’d done differently. And you, as a work-at-home wannabe, can learn from their journey. Through them you can shorten your learning curve, anticipate and overcome problems, and avoid pitfalls.

Work-At-Home Success regularly shares the success stories of average, every day people who turned their dream of working at home into a reality. These people share with you how they chose their idea, how they got started, what their day is like, what they wish they’d known when they started, and much more. Their stories are here to help you reach work-at-home success as well.

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Learn How to Work At Home From Regular Home Based Workers

About LTruex
Leslie Truex is an ideaphoric writer, speaker, entrepreneur, social worker and mom trying to do it all from the comfort of her home. Since 1998, she's been helping others create careers they love by providing work-at-home information and resources through Work-At-Home Success.








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Work-At-Home Success Profile: Amma Marfo, Writer and Speaker

Work-At-Home Success Profile: Amma Marfo, Writer and Speaker

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Amma is an education and writing professional that equips her audiences (on paper and in person alike) to understand creativity, their temperament, and the intersection of comedy and our daily lives. She is a dynamic and sought-after speaker on college and university campuses, and also writes in a freelance capacity for, among others, The Interrobang (a comedy news site), Hustle & Co, Women in Higher Education, and Pacific Standard.

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Work-At-Home Success Profile: How Mitch Williams Turned His Love of Magic Into An Inspiring Career

Work-At-Home Success Profile: How Mitch Williams Turned His Love of Magic Into An Inspiring Career

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Mitch Williams is an inspirational speaker, an international award winning magician, and an authority on creativity, personal transformation, and peak performance.  As an entertainer, he has performed for audiences throughout the US and Canada, in Japan, and in Europe.  

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Work-At-Home Success Profile: Gail Monaghan

Work-At-Home Success Profile: Gail Monaghan

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Work-At-Home Success is thrilled to share Gail Monaghan’s story about how she turned her love of cooking into a home-based career. Gail is the Wall Street Journal’s feature How To columnist. She began her career teaching cooking classes, writing cookbooks, and eventually she began making and selling scones and pastries to tea rooms in NYC.

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