Working At Home Isn't For Everybody...

Written by Dan Reinhold


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How, in reality, can someone enjoy a moment of reflection, introspection or distraction that is *not* rigidly scheduled and officially ordained, where your "co-workers" hurriedly gulp, gobble and gossip before returning torepparttar tasks/projects/assemblywork arbitrarily assigned without regard to their interests or desires?

How, in reality, can someone enjoyrepparttar 134279 comforts of their own home in a place uniquely theirs and a destiny they create and *not* embark on a crowded, frustrating, lengthy and perilous trek to and from this foreign place where, despite their diligence and loyalty, they can find themselves cast out by authorities unseen and unknown through no fault of their own?

(Oops! Fell off my soapbox...Insert your favorite dream here.)

Nosirree, working at home is a liberating, self-actualizing, creatively fulfilling, ultimately challenging and supremely rewarding dream. But, you know...dreams aren't for Everybody.

With two boys, a dog, a cat, a wife and a household to keep together to boot, Dan Reinhold isrepparttar 134280 editor of WAHumor to hang on to his sanity by showing how insanerepparttar 134281 work-at-home community can be. Work at home? You deserve a laugh!

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Dan Reinhold is the editor of WAHumor, the humor newsletter for all who Work At Home. Work at home? You deserve a laugh!


Can you really make it online ?

Written by Nicholas Dixon


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But one has to work just as hard to get where you want to go.I have been inrepparttar game for some time now , and I have received my fair share of success.It wasn't easy to reach where I am right now, I had to deal with rejection , setbacks , lack of capital and a lot of other obstacles most of which were unforeseen.But without those obstacles in my way I wouldn't be were I am right now.

For those who are just starting , you have to be willing to make mistakes and suffer setbacks and rejections if you are going to stand a chance of success.Being persistence will get you a long way.Until next time.

To your success and mine ,

Nicholas

2003 Nicholas Dixo

Nicholas Dixon is the Webmaster/CIO for the Oceanroc family of websites.A positive minded individual in his early twenties , Nicholas believes in striving to be the best of one's self in this world.His mission for you his readers , is for you to feel the same way about yourself.You can visit his online store at WWW.Cafeshops.com/Oceanroc and subscribe to The Roc newsletter.


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