I Need More Reasons To Start A Home Business

by : nitron

Most people are just plain tired of their boss. I don't know it just seems like everyone hates their boss. They try to pretend like they're your friend, but they're not fooling anyone, are they? You're forced to work to pointless deadlines and targets. Anytime you spot a better way of doing something you're told that it's impractical, or, worse, that it's great but the stupid way of doing things is already 'established' and 'policy'.

What you might not realize is that 'being your own boss' requires quite a lot of willpower. If there was no-one to make you get up in the morning and do any work, would you? Your home is supposed to be a place of rest and entertainment and when it's full of the equipment and temptation to do anything but work, working there can be hard. Price is Right is up on at 11:00, then it's Flinstones and Spiderman and then of course, One life to live, Days of our Lives and Y&R....Finally you sit at your computer and you hear, Hi Mom were home, what are we eating.

Speaking of those people, reminds me of another reason. You want to spend more time with your family. You feel like all you do is go to work, come home, and then sit around, too tired to do anything fun with your family. If you have children, they seem to be growing up so fast, and you're missing it all - all because you have to go out and work.

Of course, the flipside here is that you might just end up spending too much time with your family, while you're trying to work. When everyone knows you'll be in the house all day, they'll probably ask you to do all sorts of unimportant things, just because you're available. It's hard to say no, and before you know it, you're doing the job of a full-time 'housewife' instead of what you set out to do.

My two personal favorite reasons for working online at home are saving money and commuting.

After all, once you get to the office, what is there anyway? Offices are dreary environments, and terrible to work in - traveling for hours there and back and spending a significant proportion of your wages to do it seems completely pointless (especially if you live in the middle of nowhere). If you could work from home, think of the time you'd save... and time is money, isn't it?

Don't be surprised, however, if you start to feel trapped in your home, since you never leave it. Can you find good ways to get away from it all?

At the end of the day I can say this to you....Any negative that you give me for working at home, I can find ten positives to counter. Just do It.