Shall I, Or Shall I Not Go For A Home Business?

Written by admin on December 6th, 2010

Shall I, Or Shall I Not Go For A Home Business?

By Leonard Manzie


That is a good question I asked myself every evening as I woke up and prepared to go for a night shift, leaving the comfort and company of my wife and kids.

 I always dreamt and visualised the day when I would at last be my own boss. I had a very hard boss at a telecoms firm who would drive and push us like hired machines to meet ever changing targets.

It really drove me mad. Something in me would not give me rest. I contemplated the benefits of running my own business.

It was not easy though to think of leaving the job security and jump into self-employment, a thing which even my father never did.

 I remembered the words from a book I read saying “ cannot change anything you are not willing to confront, and you cannot leave where you are until you decide where you want to be..”[Dr Mike Murdock ]

 Shall I, Or Shall I Not Go For A Home Business?

It was important to ask myself some very important questions before I made the decisive leap of faith into self-employment.

The benefits of having my own home business were vast, but it also meant a lot of sacrifices to realise my dreams. 

I had to take some calculated risks and get into this thing with no eye infection. I asked myself some serious questions, and answered myself openly and honestly.

Shall I, Or Shall I Not Go For A Home Business?

I saw that if I were to make real change in my life I had to go for the home business, not to have a false sense of security, following the crowd and never getting into the driving seat of my financial future. I started to despise the little thank you tokens we received for meeting targets.

All night I would imagine having time for my wife and kids, but at the same time having more than enough in my house.

I imagined the freedom of being one’s own boss away from someone breathing behind you checking on what you are doing. I imagined working less but getting more and at my own timetable. I looked forward to a day I would be at peace working alone at top-notch efficiency all for myself.

Shall I, Or Shall I Not Go For A Home Business?

I realised that the self-motivation, which is the pin code for success was already in me. I would inspire other people to work even if they were least in the mood. I saw that I could drive myself to work without a supervisor and get things done. Achieving the goals and targets was my satisfaction.

I always kept my mind open to new things and ready to learn. I knew that as home business owner, I had to initially handle everything from management, production, quality control, delivery, customer service and so on, until I could employ someone.

Shall I, Or Shall I Not Go For A Home Business?

I was a key player in the company I was working for, and that company was making over half a million dollars every night through my hands. So if I could make someone prosperous, then surely I could prosper myself somehow in a home business.

Of course, I could not dive into home business without proper research and a road map as to what I wanted to do. I checked the internet for good opportunities. I got into forums, blogs, articles and other sites to make sure I would make an informed decision.

I did not leave my day job until when my home business was making me more money.

Shall I, Or Shall I Not Go For A Home Business?

There was no shortage of people who mocked and tried to pull me back. I motivated myself with stories of the great inventors, how they were ridiculed labelled insane when they were making ground-breaking discoveries.

I remained focused and my eyes really on the ball. I would see open doors where others were seeing locked and bolted doors. I decided not to rely on the sun for light, but some inner source of enlightenment.

Shall I, Or Shall I Not Go For A Home Business?

The rest is history. I am running a vibrant, home business. My Life has never been the same since I started my home business I have managed to acquire things I had never dreamt of, I have seen my children grow, assisted and really bonded with them. The wife has enjoyed years of rest at home.

Shall I, Or Shall I Not Go For A Home Business?

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