What I love most about working from home is that you have the flexibility to work whenever you like. You can work at night, during the day, whatever suits your circumstances best.
Secondly, you need an expendable product or service. It’s no good having a product that lasts forever, one sale is all you are ever going to get. Far better to get follow up sales from an existing customer than to have to go out and find a new customer.
You need to think about why they are cheap and how they are made. In order to keep prices low, manufacturers really have the choice of using lower quality materials, or opting to use less skilled employees. It’s pretty clear that either course of action is likely to have an impact on the quality of the end product. Should you be worried about this?
Well, you guys know better and as far as I’m concerned it’s “Hats off to you” when it comes to all the things you do. And I have even more respect for those of you who decide they are going to take on a business to go along with it.
I am constantly being told, “I just do not have time to exercise. The kids, the corporate travel management, the job…yada yada yada.” I tell, ’em every time: yes you do…it’s just a question of priorities. Here is a modest case in point. Obama is a hair busier than you are. He makes time for it. He has to. You can too. You have to.
Now all that’s left is choosing a plan. That’s great but, how do we know which plan fits our needs. The truth of the matter is, depending on the area where you live you may have 30 to 50 or more choices available ranging from $0 to $200 per month. And remember, we’re just talking about medical so far not Part D drug coverage.
And I’ve found it. And better yet, she and I can do this business together. It takes some creativity and we both have it in different areas which makes for a great team. On top of that, we’re mentored and trained by a multi-millionaire who made that money doing exactly what we are doing. Do you have that?