Paying Yourself and Choosing a Work at Home Business

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You Have No Salary Cap

How often did you ask for a raise when working your J-O-B?

How often did you get one?

Nobody is going to pay you as generously as you’ll pay yourself. With your own home business, you don’t have to worry about “making the grade” for your next raise or getting promoted to a new position.

Part five of a five part series.

Your level of income and success is totally up to you – there’s no glass ceiling. Your income can rise as fast as you want it – depending on how much work you want to put into your entrepreneurial venture.

Just remember to reinvest a portion of your earnings back into your business to keep it relevant and moving forward. Always be mindful of new opportunities.

You Have a Wide Variety of Options

questioning manThere are many different home business models to choose from. I have referred to an Internet business here because that is what I work at and possibly you do to.

But you can create one of your own. A home business allows you to explore the ideas you like and build a business doing what you love every day.

You have virtually unlimited options when deciding on what type of business to create.

I know I’ve been at corporations where all the employees were scratching their heads wondering why management made the decisions they did, heck I was even in management and one they probably scratched their heads about – that won’t be an issue here because you’re at the helm steering the boat.

When you come to a crossroads in your business and you see three different opportunities that appeal to you, you get to choose which direction you take and enjoy every step of the way

Making an Informed Decision

What do you think so far?  Is an Internet marketing business something you’d honestly like to try, or would you prefer to look into a simple corporate J-O-B?

Did you find a deal-breaker in what I just exposed as drawbacks to working for yourself? Or did the perks far outweigh any obstacle you might encounter?

There’s no shame in deciding a home business isn’t for you. At the same time, if you believe you can succeed online, you shouldn’t listen to anyone who tries to tell you otherwise – even yourself.

Take this decision seriously. Remember, you’re considering a business venture, not a new hobby. In the end, it’s up to you to follow your heart and do what’s right in your unique situation.

Best of luck to you in all your business ventures!

If you missed earlier parts of this series you can read them here by clicking below –
Part 1: “Are You Sure You Want To Work At Home?”
Part 2: “The Dark Side of Working from Home”
Part 3: “Owning Up When Working at Home”
Part 4: “Now for the Perks of Working from Home”

Kindly,
Marilyn T

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