Do you have fun at your work that drives you to succeed?
How many of you can say that you enjoy your job and have fun? Most people can honestly admit they want it, but very few say they enjoy it and have fun. I will explain the benefits of working from home vs a full-time job, whatever you would like to do.
At some point, most jobs will cause us stress. There may be some deadlines or requirements that we cannot meet, which can put us under pressure. What makes a job enjoyable often depends on the individual and not on the job itself.
We have to take responsibility and make sure that we do everything possible to make our business run smoothly. If we can say “I’ve done everything” and the job still causes us stress, it may be time to walk out and find another job.
When Monday comes around, we should be ready to go to work, and not Friday. For most of us, getting up to work every morning is a fact of life, so we need to be in an area that we enjoy.
What you are looking for in the job.
Take a pen and paper and make a list of what you are looking for in the job.
1 – What are you good at
2 – Part-time, seasonal, or full-time
3 – Which shift are you willing to work
4 – What industry do you wish to serve in
5 – Educational Requirements
6 – Work for someone else or work for yourself
It only makes sense that if someone is terrible at math, they won’t enjoy working in a bank or any industry that requires them to deal with money. Not only will this stress them out, but they probably won’t be working there for very long. They will not enjoy the job.
A survey showed that 85% of people would run for office if given the chance. Working for oneself can be divided into two categories. You can work for yourself and own a business that requires buildings, employees, mortgages, salaries, insurance, etc., or you can run your business from home.
Of the 85% polled, 90% said they would prefer to work from home without the brick, salary, mortgage, and business stresses. Stress is likely a significant factor when one is trying to decide on a job.
Luckily for all of us, we live in a modern world. This is because computer technology has opened the door for many people to start their businesses with the help of the internet. Nothing beats the stress of working from home in front of your computer with a warm cup of coffee.
Are There Benefits of Working From Home?
Is it better to have a 9 am to 5 pm job that you commute to every day or work for yourself at home? If you work from home, you get to set your own hours and take advantage of the days you want. It is where I take out my notebook and write down the “pros” and “cons.”
9-5 Job Benefits:
1) You know you have at least one job to go for today.
2) You know how much money you will make week after week
3) Potential profit
4) Potential Advancement
Against a 9-5 job
1) Work their hours and not yours
2) They have to accept what they pay you, whether you are worth more or not
3) Have to pay a higher profit premium
4) Finding time is difficult, especially paid time off
5) Can never get the promotion
6) Risk of possible layoffs or bankruptcy of the business
Benefits of working from home
1) Schedule your own time
2) Earn as little or as much money as you want
3) Go ahead whenever you want
4) Take off whenever you want
Against working from home
1) Must be self-disciplined
2) Be responsible for the work done, not for the goofiness
3) Not sure how much money you will make
4) Will you take work from home seriously?
You now need to decide if someone is willing to devote enough time to working from home after you have written your pros and cons. If you have to be at a 9-5 job at 7 am and put in eight hours a day, will it motivate you to spend several hours on your housework? Working from home is networking, so you have to dedicate time to networking with people through social media, email, phone calls, or writing the article you are now reading.
Your home business is more meaningful because you are the boss. Making a list of what you will do and sticking to it is the key to a successful business. It can take months for your business to start, so give yourself at least a year of dedicated work before expecting a profit. Remember, not everyone is willing to say yes to your presentation. Most people will say “no,” but don’t be discouraged. Stick with it, and you will benefit from a successful home business.
What Drives You To Succeed?
In all areas of our lives, everyone wants to be successful, but what motivates us to achieve success? Why do we want to be successful at working to support our families? When we are young and ready to graduate from high school, we all have to decide what to do to make a living.
Some decide on a higher level of education, while others choose to work in areas learned through apprenticeship or on-the-job training, i.e., do not want to be exposed to higher levels of education. Whatever decision we make, we all have to work to make money.
Is it worth it to be a doctor if you don’t like kids or when you can’t stand the sight of blood? Not at all. As children, we all have a sense of what we would like to be when we grow up. The idea usually changes several times over the years, but the primary argument is still the same.
Maybe you want to be a doctor, but eventually, you become a nurse or a paramedic. You may like animals and desire to be a vet but end up owning a pet shop. The point is that you have an idea of what you want to do because it interests you and you will be happy to do it.
Enjoy whatever you do.
We have to enjoy what we do in our jobs or we get depressed and hate working. When your work gives you pleasure, you can say that you have found happiness in your career. If you see progress over the years, then you can be successful at work, too. If you start your own business and your business grows year after year, you and your company have become successful.
People who work from home look at success differently as they get motivated to succeed because it allows them to be home with their family instead of looking for an 8-hour shift somewhere. Whenever they feel like taking a vacation, all they have to do is remind themselves, “I do this for my family.” Being successful in a home business has ripple effects.
Domestic business success will allow you to spend more time with your family, more time for spiritual development, more money in the bank, and no financial worries. I have two things that drive me to succeed in my home business. The first is to be available to my family, and the second is to pay off my mortgage. As long as I remember these two things, I am driven to achieve success. Thank you for reading.