The Impact of Working From Home

Very few people who work for a boss give any real thought to the impact that working for themselves from home would have on them. People get used to their lives, we are creatures of habit, messing with your job or even thinking of it especially in the current economic climate can be a scary prospect. Yet, many of these same people struggle on a daily basis to fulfill their obligations and hold down their jobs and fulfill the requirements for that too. Yet think about it. It is not yourself you are going through those hassles for, it is for your employer!An All Too Common Scenario of ParentsA single parent is the obvious employee that comes to mind. Perhaps someone with very poor family support, so the plan and care they have put in place for childcare it has to work or else their day is thrown into chaos and uncertainty.A sick child, unable to go to school is an immediate problem they often have no way of resolving. Working from home, you not only cut the stress factor of putting your sick child into the care of other people, but when needed you can take a day off at a moment’s notice to tend to such things as they happenCommuting.Commuting and often the time and cost involved in that can be a nightmare. We all hear horror stories of the inefficiency of the Train service and the chaos of the Tubes. A good chunk of people’s wages can be take merely by making it into work and back because they have to commute. That is somewhat a little self defeating when it comes to earning your pay which is supposed to be to keep you and yours and not a good part of it given back indirectly to your boss by travel fares to get into work.Stress ReliefWorking from home will immediately lower your stress levels. Your overall health will improve through that factor alone. If you have a job that is making you depressed, stressed, sleep deprived or a combination of any and all of the above then work is taking far too much from you than it is supposed to do.Be HappierWith your stress reduced and relieved you will be happier, more motivated and have a lot more energy. You will also become a lot more confident. You will actually start to enjoy your work rather than it being a drudge. This will have a knock on effect for your business; you will do better in it and end up making more money. You can easily make multiple times a month what your current employer is paying you without any of the same hassles. You will have the time to do the things you want to do; and spend time with the people you love best, rather than fitting them in around your current employers work schedule.FreedomDoes the above sound good to you? Do you fit any of the scenarios above or any similar ones you want to tell us about in the comments? What good reason do you have for not giving yourself a break, enabling you to live a happier, stress free, life, who only has to answer to yourself? Of course no one is going to pack in a job to start a home based business. But people can do both until they see the rewards of their home business paying off and until they are earning enough to give up their present job and make running their own business their full time job.What’s holding you back? I will be happy to answer any questions or queries for you. Check this link out, and see if this is not something you could do, just a few hours a week to start with is all it takes, as long as that is consistent. Taking control of our life back starts when we do not depend on anyone else for our survival. What would you do if you lost your current job? These are all relevant questions to consider.

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