Staying healthy. Remaining positive (trying to find the positive even from the negative). Photography
Let limitations guide you to creative solutions. There's never enough to go around. Not enough time. Not enough money. Not enough people. That's a good thing. Instead of freaking out about these constraints, embrace them. Let them guide you. Constraints drive innovation and force focus. Instead of trying to remove them, use them to your advantage.
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What drew me to working from home? Everybody (I'm sure) has aspirations of being their own boss, don't they? Well I am no different.
I currently hold down a full time job, the only catch to that is, it's for someone else. I have a very productive work ethic and take pride in it. I believe that if you're not going to do the best you can, all the time, every time, then what’s the point in doing it. The idea is to adapt this ethic in order to benefit myself, my future, as well as those I hold near and dear.
Whilst it is tough juggling ultimately two full time jobs, the one that pays the bills and allows me to enjoy the finer things in life, and the new venture of setting up my home business, which will eventually take over and abolish the other full time job, whilst still trying to enjoy myself with family and friends, I am making it work. Which I believe is the biggest hurdle. I try to work smart as opposed to working hard.
My Location: United Kingdom