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Invest Yourself in Your Business

Date: 12/27/2005 | Category: Business | Author: Heather Long

Performance
Perseverance
Personal
Pride

Those are the four Ps for starting a successful work from home business. Every day there are dozens of emails and advertisements that promise work from home independence and efficiency. With just a few phone calls a week, you too can produce an income that totals above six figures a year. The problem with these ‘get rich quick’ schemas is that they require a certain type of personality and drive to make them work for you.

Now, these types of jobs aren’t for everyone, that doesn’t mean you can’t start your own business from home. But it’s about more than getting up in the morning to do business in your pajamas. Working from home requires that you perform well, every time out of the gate. Your performance must be at 110% to show your clients or business partners or customers that you can do what you say you can do.

If your business is about offering services and you find it hard to get clients sometimes, don’t give up. A lot of small business is feast or famine. It’s important to try, try, try and keep on trying when it comes to getting jobs. Perseverance is the key to success here.

This is your business. That’s what makes it personal. You must have that sense of personal stake and realize that every decision you make, every job you accept, and every promise you offer must reflect your dedication and effort.

Since you have the personal interest in your performance and the perseverance to keep it up, you have to take pride in what you do. Your pride in your work will reflect in the product you deliver and the manner in which you get it there.

Starting your personal business whether it’s from a home office or a private office requires the four Ps to make it a success. Invest in yourself when you invest in your business. Make it work for you while you’re doing the work.

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