Learn How to Work From Home, Avoid Pitfalls.

Learn How to Work From Home, Avoid Pitfalls.

Los Angeles : CA : USA | Jul 17, 2010 at 8:05 AM PDT
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We all grow up and are introduced to our traditional schooling system. Along the way we learn that going to school, graduating and getting a good job brings money every month, but there must be other ways to earn a living too.

Working nine to five has become a standard for the masses. But what if you would not want to fall into that pattern?

How would it feel when you could work from home? Many people work from home, doctors, writers, musicians. But what if you are not trained in these fields, or do not have these skills. Well, than you have to find a company that wants you, to work with them. Direct sales companies are ideal. Because they offer you a proven system. A system where you can work with the company and promote their products. Working from home, from your own desk or kitchen table. Normally the company takes care of everything, shipping, warehousing, financial reports etc. The only thing they want you to do is attract customers. You can promote your business online and offline, the choice is yours.

Work from Home

Working from home is ideal, because you do not have huge overhead costs like traditional business, no staff, no rent. Only you, being your own boss, working when you want and with whom you want.

No more traffic jams, saving at least 2 hours of travel time per day, that safes 10 hours per week, that’s nearly 80 working days in saving time by just cutting out your travel times. The costs you safe going back and forth to work is also immense.

This all means you have more time for the family. You can see your kids grow up, and be there for them when they need you.

Employ Yourself

But you have to learn to employ yourself. Go to work every morning, get yourself in work mode. Lock yourself away for 3 hours at a time, at least 2 times per day. The family has to respect that you work from home. You can not be disturbed unless there is an emergency.

Train your team members at home or online. Reduce travel to a minimum, let others come to you. When they leave, within three minutes you are back at your job.

Working from home is an ideal way to earn a living. Making the right choice of company is very important.


  • Credible company
  • Company with well established history
  • Public listed company
  • Quality consumable products
  • Ask for their company Mission and Vision

Success in joining the work from home force, empower yourself and your family

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Learn How to Work From Home, Avoid Pitfalls.
MLM, network marketing and direct sales all very exciting industries, working from home seems to lure more and more people to this industries, see how you can succeed and avoid some of the hurdles.
Frank Amptmeijer is based in Los Angeles, California, United States of America, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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