Can Anyone Work From Home?

How do I know if it’s for me?

Can Anyone Work From Home?
Can Anyone Work From Home?

Working from Home is all the rage…

IT’S TRUE, ANYBODY CAN DO IT! BUT MANY WON’T DO IT!

Every time you sign into your emails, look on face book or search the job pages you are bombarded with opportunities work from home

How do you know if you can do it and make a living from it ?

Well I have been doing it for 10 years now and this is what I have learned during that time. Although anyone can do it… it is a simple opportunity that even an 8 year old could do, most people won’t do it because

  • They think they know better
  • They think there is a magic formula
  • They think they can take a short cut

If you have never worked, I suggest you first find a job, not because it is a better way of life, but unless you have had a job, you really have no idea what is involved in working.

Working from Home is just that! It requires work and hard work for 3 to 5 years which you may think is a long time but in a traditional job, whatever your chosen career you will work probably for 40 years before you can retire. The great thing is that as soon as you start, you will start to make an income even whilst you are learning

Whatever you have worked as, whether you liked it or not, has given you experience and the motivation to look at working from home either as an extra income or to replace your current job.

So if you are serious, take a look at this person specification and ask yourself… which of these people is most like me? Am I willing to do what it takes with help and support to learn something new and get a different lifestyle or am I happy to take what life throws at me?

I AM

Over 18 and have some work or volunteer experience,

A. I have a good work ethic and always give 100% even when no one is looking. I love learning new things and helping other people. I AM a great communicator and love to chat on the phone, messenger and zoom or skype. I love listening to others and finding out about them. I love spending time with friends and family

B. I like to set my own working hours and targets, I love a challenge and like to be the best at everything I do I am a fighter, I know what I want and once I know the ropes…there is nothing stopping me. I can manage my own work load and everyone else’s as well

C. FUN is my middle name, I am a party animal and love social media. I want to sleep all day and work all night. I enjoy  learning new things and avoid routine and discipline. I make friends everywhere I go and am a master at working with large groups of people

D. I am organised and like structure. I work best when I know what I have to do and exactly how to do it. I am focused and driven and once I make a decision I stick to it. I am consistent and conscientious. I am great at showing other people how to do things and like to work in small groups

The good news is that whichever group you fall into, and maybe you are bits of each group, then you could learn to work from home with our expert help and support.

What do you have to commit to?

Having a chat with us to help us find out what you are wanting so we can direct you to the relevant information and if you like what you hear and see, then we ask you for a Yes or No decision!

Let me tell you a little story which in a way sums up what it is like getting started working from home.

I am writing this whilst on my holiday in Marrakech. I liked the idea of going on a trip to see the waterfalls, so without much research I jumped in and booked the trip.

The journey into the mountains took 3 hours….mmmmm not what I expected! We had an expert guide who showed us the ropes and he knew every path to take

I had gone wearing flip flops only to find we had to trench over and around the mountain on a narrow path which was dry and dusty. We spent almost 3 hours trekking in 36 degrees heat viewing the waterfalls from many angles. To say it was stunning is an understatement! Was it hard? YES! Was it worth it? ABSOLUTELY!

Working from Home can be a bit like this. Initially you don’t know everything that is involved but that is where we become your guide and support every step of the way

Just a call is all it takes to find out what it’s really like to work from home

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Can Anyone Work From Home?

How do I know if I should work for myself?

How do I know if I should work for myself?

4 Reasons to Work for Yourself

If you’re reading this, chances are pretty good that you’re considering working for yourself. Either that, or you’re having difficulty finding a good job and working for yourself is looking like a good option. But how do you know if it’s the right thing for you?
We’re going to look at the four most important questions you need to ask yourself before deciding whether or not to work for yourself.

1 – Do I have time to work from home?

Thanks to the ever-increasing globalisation of business and the ease with which most of us can access the internet, worlds of possibility have opened for the aspiring at-home worker. Many jobs that traditionally had to be done in an office can now be done from just about anywhere. And it’s not just being able to do it anywhere, but any time. There’s the potential to do work day or night, depending where the clients are. That means, as long as you have time on your hands, you could, in theory, start working for yourself right now – even if you have a full-time job So that’s the first thing to ask – do you have enough time on your hands to do work from home, either full-time or part-time? If the answer is yes, then keep reading!

2 – Can I make enough money doing this work?

Whether you want to ease into self-employment slowly, just earn some extra cash on the side, or be full-time self-employed, knowing whether you can make enough money to suit your needs is important. There are hundreds of fantastic platforms that help connect the self-employed person with clients. Before deciding whether to take on extra work or be self-employed, it helps to look around and see what kinds of opportunities exist.

3 – Do I have the skills to work for myself?

Whatever you do for a living, you have built up the necessary skills to do that job over the years. But what about being self-employed? Do you have the necessary skills to take on working for yourself? That all depends on what you do. There are hundreds of great opportunities in the marketplace for people of all ages, skill levels and professions that don’t need you to have any special skills, or learn anything new.

4 – Why do I want to work for myself?

We know – this really should be the first question, but the reason we put it last is because we don’t want it to be a stumbling block. That said, your reasons for doing anything are very important, and making a life-changing decision like taking on extra work or working for yourself is one of the times you really ought to ask yourself, “why am I doing this?” If your reasons are because you like the idea of taking responsibility for yourself, being able to work on your own terms, and that the potential rewards far outweigh the risks, then you are on the right track. Working for yourself comes with a whole new set of life rules and it’s not a decision to be taken lightly, so if you’re considering it, do yourself a favour and get in touch to find out how we can help.
We’re pretty sure you’re going to like what you find.

 

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Success Means What? It Begins In the Mind

Success Means What? It Begins In the Mind

Success means what?

Interesting question if we really take the time to break it down.

Most people when asked what success means will rattle off a couple ideas, money generally in there…
but if you listen carefully you’ll hear things you have heard before.

SUCCESS AND FAILURE

So… Success means what?
They are both impostors.  Let’s start there.  They have nothing to do with

Following someone else’s plan for success?
anything except some imaginary scorecard that has been conditioned into us.
In sales or MLM or on-line business it’s abundantly clear that the targets have been set by someone else.
That’s why I’m saying they are both impostors.
Measuring our success is absurd with sales and MLM companies because each time we hit an achievement level that someone else set, drum roll please, the goal post moves.
So to measure your value based on a role performance set up by someone else who is going to keep moving the goal posts is preposterous!
It has nothing to do with your value.

SUCCESS MEANS WHAT?

Well, as you heard in the video, it is highly personal… not what mommy or daddy told us or our teachers or the company we work with.
To create our own definition we must first break away from the conditioning; from the agendas of others.
I’m sure your Mom and Dad were sincere but their ideas are based on their conditioning… and their perception of what will make you happy.
Nice motive but it’s something only you can figure out.
It begins with being challenged so the conditioning of what success is breaks down and you find your heart’s desire.
Once this happens, you can develop your own definite purpose.
The next step in finding and manifesting your success is a forming a true mastermind alliance.
Napoleon Hill stated that “no one makes it without a mastermind, that’s just the way it is,” as the conclusion to his 25 year study.
That study triggered a book, Think and Grow Rich that is responsible for more wealth than all other documents combined.

So what is it?

A mastermind alliance?

We all need a mastermind

A true, by definition, mastermind alliance is two or more people working in harmony for a definite major purpose.
It is not a group of people who get together and chat positive things.
It is a friendly, HARMONIOUS group who will support you to keep you on track with both your purpose and plan.
If you’d like to break down the conditioning we’ve all had imposed on us as to what success really is and find your heart’s desire then be supported 1:1 for 6 months [which is why there are limited spots available] then go ahead an jump on the early notification list right here.
We’d love to hear your thoughts about the 3Ms… if you believe it all begins in the mind and why you feel you’d like to be challenged.
I know it says it in the video but the truth is over 25,000 blog posts pretty much express the same basic idea…” toughest thing I ever did, best thing I ever did for myself.”
My suggestion?

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Why Working for Yourself is the Only Way to Live

Why Working for Yourself is the Only Way to Live

Have you ever pictured the opportunity to shape your destiny? A life where you call the shots and live on your own terms?
Are you tired of renting your life out to others?
Does your boring job drain the life out of you?
Well, you are not alone.
Many people have the same dream, but just don’t have the courage to go out and grab life by the reins.
Sure, entrepreneurship is not for the faint of heart. It requires discipline, motivation and investment.
There will be stressors and setbacks.
Yet, the sense of accomplishment you receive is more than worth all of the effort you put into it.
Stop working on someone else’s dream, and pursue your own.
Here are a few more reasons why you should consider being your own boss.

Work from anywhere

There are days when you just don’t feel like working in the same,
cramped cubicle passing by similar faces you see everyday.
Why not work from anywhere?
As an entrepreneur, you get to decide if you want to work at your local coffee shop
with any pastry you prefer–so much better than the company cafeteria or vending machine.
The next week, you might be sitting on a beach in Costa Rica with
your laptop or skiing and working out of Birmingham or Dublin.
You can essentially work from any location with Internet access.
Isn’t that a much more exciting prospect?

Create the salary of your dreams

The only limit to your success are the ones you put on yourself.
At a 9-to-5 job, your employer decides how much you make and whether or not you get a raise.
You might go five years or more without getting any wage increases.
Sure, you might make a comfortable living on a predictable salary–but,
in today’s world, you never know if your company may go under or you get laid off.
You might work over 80 hours a week and save every penny.
Yet, you might also be divorced with kids and a mortgage. As an entrepreneur, you can set your salary.

You might decide, “I need €4,000 a month to be happy,” or you can say “€5,000,000 is all I need to retire.”

Don’t let other people decide your numbers.

You don’t have to conform

You know what it’s like going to the office day in and day out.
You must get your hair cut a certain way, you must have a specific look,
you need to purchase work clothes,
you have to look happy even when you’re not,
you need to speak a certain way.
It’s enough to make you mad.
When you work for yourself, you can have a mohawk and no one would care.

Why Working for Yourself is the Only Way to Live
Imagine
Imagine

The most beautiful part of it all is you can be yourself.
You no longer have to wear slacks or khakis everyday,
in fact, you can work in your skivvies surrounded by your cats if you like.
If you enjoy exercise, you can do so when you feel like it.
Try asking your boss for an hour off at 10 a.m. to work out and see how well that boils over.

You can live outside the box

You don’t have the restraints of standard work hours.
If you want to work at night and play during the day, you can!
You don’t have to worry about your reputation at the office.
Want to attend pool parties all summer?
Do it!
Want to visit Trekkie conventions throughout the nation?
Nothing is stopping you.
No need to worry about asking for time off.
You set your hours and your schedule.
Are you convinced that you should set your own hours and salary doing what you love?
Are you ready to break off that employer ball and chain?

Want to earn some extra income working from the comfort of your home?

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