You should always know what you need to get done on a given day. If you have a work at home job, this may be determined by your employer. If you work for yourself or have a lot of flexibility with your job, you may have to figure this out for yourself. It may not always be obvious.
When I first started my home business it was easy to become distracted by things that need to be done around the house: laundry, dirty dishes, mowing the yard, etc. It is very important to treat the home business like a regular job and in reality it is a regular job, it just happens to be in the home. If you were working for someone else they would not tolerate you going home to clean dishes or mow the yard, so to be a disciplined home business boss and do not allow yourself to do things other than working on your home business.
When you get offended do you take it as a big hint about something you need to look at. Or do you blame the messenger? Are you part of the problem or part of the solution? How you deal with the situation will answer that question.
Look at offers, and pick out the ones you think are realistic and then do more research about the company. If the ad states you don’t have to do any, or not much work, run. There is no business that you don’t have to do any work.
Does the company that you’re looking at have some type of “buzz” that surrounds it? Do the products or service they offer have enough appeal to draw people to it?
Below is a quick step-by-step guide to writing your own financial plan. Of course, a professional financial planner may be able to give you a more comprehensive financial plan but this will be a good step forward in understanding your needs and clearing some stumbling blocks.
I have seen people who currently make excellent money offline invest some of that to build a six figure income. I’ve also seen people who start with virtually nothing and over time develop a six figure income.
If you were to start a franchise for instance you would be looking at thousands of dollars of investment plus the long hours and it would take a long time to repay back your initial franchise fee back. Plus the hassles of staff, overhead and premises. You don’t have those problems with an online business venture.