A job means there’s someone else deciding your time schedule. They dictate what you’ll be doing Monday thru Friday (Or Saturday and Sunday, too!) They might allow you to select a vacation week if it’s not already taken. They may even tell you to work late whether you want to or not.
With a home business lifestyle you decide when you’ll work, when you’ll run errands and most importantly when you’ll take vacations. (And how many of them you’ll take.)
It’s a different game. Keep in mind, it takes more discipline and responsibility to run your home business, but the time freedom can’t be beat.
There’s great tax advantages available to home business owners that aren’t available to employees. You can set off a portion of your house as an office and deduct it from your taxes. Your office equipment and other business supplies are deductible. Even your vehicle and be deducted when used in your business.
Many people don’t know about these tax advantages that can save you hundreds or thousands a year – which is new-found money.
While a lemonade stand is the classic model of a small business — it does have a disadvantage over your type of business — it’s geographically challenged.
In the network marketing world you aren’t challenged by location. Sure, you may have some customers in your neighborhood but most of your business can originate miles away — even on the other side of the world. You won’t be geographically mired.
Second, with your smartphone you can run your business from practically anywhere today. Your business tools are just a click away. You can see sales, leads, appointments and more, all from a device that fits in your pocket.
Work at the beach, shopping mall, doctor’s waiting room or some exotic location your business, and ultimately your income stream, is always with you, in real-time.
That’s just 3 neat little benefits you’ve probably never considered before — all the more reason to make the jump into your own home business.
P.S. If you’re looking to create an additional income stream, feel free to reach out to me and let’s talk.