If you are a home biz builder of any kind – full time, part time, some time – I salute you!
And if you’ve come across marketing that tells you that you’re wrong for keeping your job while you build your business, I want to give you some
words of comfort.
You are not wrong for working your job.
You are not wrong for any level of commitment you have toward building your business.
If you work your business ten hours a day, after you come home from ten hours on the job, that’s your choice.
I don’t recommend that, unless you live by yourself and you don’t have any commitment to anything other than a cat or a houseplant.
But that’s still up to you.
If you work your business twenty minutes every other week, that’s your choice also. As long as you don’t think that kind of effort will get you into six figures, I’m cool with it.
And if you work it anywhere in between, it’s your business. It’s your life. It’s your choice.
What is really uncool is being told that it’s wrong to work as an employee ( J.O.B.) while you’re buiding your business.
I’ve been around the home business industry since 1999. And let me tell you…it ain’t as easy as some of the marketing materials say it is.
There’s a lot of things to learn.
And there are lots of things to unlearn.
Here’s two pieces of truth that will help you…
1. Most people who talk about “prosperity consciousness” and how wrong it is to have a J.O.B. are trying to make themselves feel better about their lot in life.
Or they’re trying to convince you to throw down and spend more money…often with them.
Either way, I haven’t seen them trying to do what’s right for you.
2. There is absolutely nothing wrong with being an employee…under any circumstances. Employees are what make it possible for full time entrepreneurs to do what they do.
After all, someone’s gotta make the stuff they sell, and deliver it.
And make the trucks that deliver it.
And drive the trucks.
And pour the coffee for the people who drive the trucks.
And pick the coffee beans!
And teach their kids!
You get the point.
Don’t buy anyone else’s idea of what your life is supposed to be like.
Take what you want from the home biz profession.
And leave the rest to those who say it’s right for them.