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* Work at Home: Not giving up on your Work at Home Business
Posted May 01, 2004 - 06:43 AM
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Inspiration and Advice The great majority of people who start a new work at home online business simply "disappear". Why? Very simply, they lose the momentum...and give up far too soon.

In the first excitement of building a home business, there is much to learn and so many tasks to do that you rush to your computer each day with ideas for advertising, website changes, niche marketing...and o­n and o­n.

Your mind races with the possibilities you see ahead. Whether selling e-books, promoting affiliate programs, or working with a multi-level marketing company. Your goals are clear: build a business, make an income, receive recognition as a successful o­nline marketer.

Why, then, do 95% of those who start an o­nline business simply disappear from view? Many of those who drop out were the most promising new talent  when they began. They purchased training courses and ebooks to learn about their new business (and a few actually read them!); they visited forums and asked questions, some e-mailed their sponsors or company headquarters
with suggestions and ideas.

And then, they just quit!

What happens? Very simply, they lose their motivation. They work hard at getting started but when the business becomes a day to day reality, they lose interest. The results (in sales or income) of their initial burst of enthusiasm weren't as good as expected. It wasn't quite as easy to sell the products or recruit new affiliates as they thought it would be.

Often, the "business plan" of the person new to o­nline business consists of "getting started".....and "getting rich".

How do you get from point A (start-up) to point Z (success) without losing your motivation? Planning....focus....consistent effort.

A business plan is not how much money you is what you need to accomplish to earn that money!

Focus o­n o­ne business opportunity. Joining o­ne opportunity after another dilutes your efforts in all of them. Concentrate o­n o­ne business....until you see success. Then you might consider adding another "opportunity" .

You will have much better results from a work schedule that allots time each day to your business than from frantically working for ten hours o­ne day a week. Consistently answer your emails, place your ads, add links to your website. This avoids the "gotta catch up" feeling that leads to burnout.

Make your o­nline business a regular part of the schedule of your life. Plan what needs to be done today, tomorrow, next week, next month-- If you need to send a training e-mail or advice to those you work with in your business, decide what day you will do it and build it into your schedule for that day.

Stay the course! As you see your business grows (whether fast or slow), your motivation will return in the form of determination. There will be days and weeks when you will simply want to walk away from your home business. If you give in, you will never find success! If you work through the difficult times, doing the routine tasks needed to keep your business stable can build a profitable o­nline business.

Motivation comes....and goes....and comes again. The"secret" to realizing your dreams is exercising the self-discipline to continue to put forth at least some effort. Even a half-hearted consistent effort can yield results....and results will re-energize you.

You will be rewarded with a sense of accomplishment and self-respect that those who quit will never know.

Kay King works from her home o­n the Mississippi Gulf Coast. For more  articles and information o­n her home business, please visit her site at
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