Right now, everyone is looking for more work, but nobody really wants to go to work. Zoom and Skype have opened up plenty of work-from-home positions, and offices are looking beyond their city limits to find qualified employees. This is great news for people looking for a work from home job.
I’ve been my own boss for a few years now, and while I’ve come a long way, it hasn’t been a linear process. Trial and error, studying, long nights working and more books than I can count went into building my business. While I’ve worked with different mentors, I wish I had the opportunity to read Russell Brunson’s Traffic Secrets: The Underground Playbook for Filling Your Websites and Funnels with Your Dream Customers a long time ago.
Believe it or not, working at home doesn’t mean completely ignoring my wardrobe. While it’s certainly tempting to wear leggings, a big ol’ t-shirt, and not much else, my productivity would be garbage if I did so! Balancing a need to get work done without too much fuss but also needing to get your kids to school without looking like a hot mess is a conundrum pretty unique to WAHMs.
As a blog mentor and digital marketing consultant, my business’s online presence means everything. So today I want to share some thoughts with those of you also running an online venture – whether it’s full-time, part-time, or you’re hoping to use it to eventually leave your current 9-5, evaluating your online reputation is an absolute must.
Making money online is easy…making a lot of money, though? Ehh…that gets a bit tricky. This is why you see so many entrepreneurs, such as myself, running multiple income streams. Personally, I have my e-courses on marketing, I offer 1:1 consultant work as a blog mentor, I sell digital products, and I obviously run a blog (this one!)
As a work-at-home mom, I don’t ask for much — just quiet children, a clutter-free work space, a muse that never shuts up…ya know, simple things.