I guess I have always been a bit of a dreamer. Even as a small girl, I have wanted my own office. I actually had an "office" up in my parents attic; makeshift desk & all. I even had a portable typewriter- Now that was the life! It's not that I don't like working. In fact I've loved every job I've had, but after a while, I get bored. I missed my kids and often had to miss school plays, concerts, etc... Over the years I have tried numerous business ventures, all that involved selling, storing & shipping of products. I hated asking people to buy a bottle of shampoo for close to $10.00 when they can get a bottle of Suave at the grocery store for under a buck. I never made any money, and could never interest anyone in my business so that I could build a team and start realizing a generous income for myself and others on my team. Finally, about 6 months ago, I stumbled across the company I now work for. I am an Independent Business Owner with the company, and lovin' just staying home & working in my jammies. I have found something that is needed by millions of Americans- health benefits. 7 out of 10 people have no dental plan. Many do not have medical. We help those people. We also help others realize their dream of working at home.
What is a "why?" A "why" is the reason(s) you would like to work from home- your dreams and goals for the future. I started out my "why" with paying off my house & car, being home with the kids, etc... When I saw this business was working, I started dreaming bigger. Now my dreams include a new house on the hill in the woods behind my house, with lots of glass windows in the back, overlooking the pond at the bottom of the hill. I absolutely love my woods & the pond, and from our present home you can barely see the pond through the trees when the trees have leaves. I would also like a houseboat, but my significant other, Ron, wants an RV. I told him we will just have to buy both. My daughter & I would like to open our home to foster neglected & abused puppies & dogs. I would like to go on a cruise, as well as get back to my cousin's house in Colorado. Alot of dreams. Alot of money. Better get back to work!
Until next time-DREAM BIG!