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Thursday, March 5, 2009

Most people think that the majority would like to work from home but in essence, working at home is not for everyone. Of course, working at home has many perks, but never ignore the inconvenience involved.

People want freedom to make their own hours, get a lot of sleep, you can take a day off whenever you want, you do not have to deal with fellow workers, and be your own boss.

This all sounds great doesn't it? On the downside it is a lot of responsibility and very few are able to just close up shop at 6pm and walk away for the night like they can at a brick and mortar job.

You do not work all hours and you do not make a designated amount of money. Many like the idea of working at home so they can be with their families, but remember the old adage, "Be careful what you ask for."

You must be able to truly balance dual roles of being a productive worker and be a parent. You must be able to set firm boundaries and make sure you use your business as efficiently as possible.

Balance will be both your best friend and your worst enemy. When you work at home, it means you are independent. Self-employment is often reflected by some as one who is unemployed unless you are an entrepreneur.

Many people see working from home as simply staying at home. You have to be able to face these obstacles and conquer them. There will be unexpected guests who think that because you are home it is time to socialize.

You may find the phone ringing off the hook just because you are home, so you must be available to chat. You don't want to be rude but sometimes it takes a hammer on the head for people to understand.

Put a note on your door that states you are unavailable from 8-5 and either get a separate phone line or send all calls to voice mail and decipher through them later.

When it comes to opportunities at home, they are endless. You can work from a computer, an accountant, to billing, telemarketing, assembling parts and day care, make silk flower arrangements, refinishing furniture, or even knitting bedspreads.

If you have a niche, there is a chance someone wants you!

People want freedom to make their own hours, get a lot of sleep, you can take a day off whenever you want, you do not have to deal with fellow workers, and be your own boss.

This all sounds great doesn't it? On the downside it is a lot of responsibility and very few are able to just close up shop at 6pm and walk away for the night like they can at a brick and mortar job.

You do not work all hours and you do not make a designated amount of money. Many like the idea of working at home so they can be with their families, but remember the old adage, "Be careful what you ask for."

You must be able to truly balance dual roles of being a productive worker and be a parent. You must be able to set firm boundaries and make sure you use your business as efficiently as possible.

Balance will be both your best friend and your worst enemy. When you work at home, it means you are independent. Self-employment is often reflected by some as one who is unemployed unless you are an entrepreneur.

Many people see working from home as simply staying at home. You have to be able to face these obstacles and conquer them. There will be unexpected guests who think that because you are home it is time to socialize.

You may find the phone ringing off the hook just because you are home, so you must be available to chat. You don't want to be rude but sometimes it takes a hammer on the head for people to understand.

Put a note on your door that states you are unavailable from 8-5 and either get a separate phone line or send all calls to voice mail and decipher through them later.

When it comes to opportunities at home, they are endless. You can work from a computer, an accountant, to billing, telemarketing, assembling parts and day care, make silk flower arrangements, refinishing furniture, or even knitting bedspreads.

If you have a niche, there is a chance someone wants you!

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