We all have that friend or family member who joined an Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) or Direct Sales company in the hopes of hitting the big time and going on a company paid vacation or cruise. Maybe even getting a car. We've seen these opportunities presented as get-rich-quick businesses and we're tired of it. I know I was. I said over and over again I'd never participate in a company with this kind of structure. Then I signed up to buy essential oils, loved them, and started to sell them. So what changed my mind? Education and meeting people who do it right.
This week I'm sharing some of my favorite productivity tips over on the AT&T Lifetips blog. Join me over there to learn how I use my steno pad, manage my email and make use of my phone's timer! 3 Tips for Being Productive Beyond 9-5
More and more people are doing it today because of the various conveniences that it offers, and working from home options are gaining in popularity even with people who are social and who require an office environment to do productive work. It saves on commutation costs and lets you set your own schedules (most of the time), and if you’re taking an online course simultaneously, it’s akin to killing two birds with one stone. There are many benefits to working from home when you’re studying online. You can: Combine work and study: If your work involves using the computer and the Internet (as most
Being able to take time off to make cookies with a fast-growing little boy is a very good reason to work from home!
Guest Post by Marina Chernyak Working from home has its perks! Working your own hours on your own time, the ability to work from anywhere, and every day is take your dog to work day! However, it's not all strawberries and champagne. One of the negatives of working from home is the fact that you have a job…but the people around you often don't view it as work. How can it possibly be work if you're sitting at your kitchen table in your pajamas? How can you possibly be busy at your job when you don't actually have to be anywhere specific? Maybe they understand that you're working, but you have a hard