Set personal goals. Know exactly how much money you want to make and why you want to do it. Write these down and read them every day and they will become a part of you.
Lifestyle. Is work or family more important? Are you contended with “simpler living?” Do you desire a Porsche or BMW? Do you want to live in a mansion, a seafront house, etc? Do you have expensive hobbies life golf? These all cost money so tabulating the expenses and matching it to your income is necessary to achieve your lifestyle goals.
Build your email list. You can always tell serious Internet marketers because they have a sign-up form to their newsletter above the fold where people can find it.
5) Tax Benefits. These benefits are real and the Tax man does not want you to know about them. My wife and i were able to deduct over 50% of our gross income last year with legitimate expenses yet our quality of life went up over the year previous. You’ll save thousands in taxes when you know exactly what you can deduct as a legitimate business expenses and you are set up properly with the right Corporate Structure. Always consult with your accountant!
For example joining home business opportunity is something people research every day. If there’s a cost involved to join the program many people will think about it.
If at all possible, try to separate your “home office” from the rest of your home. If you don’t have the luxury of a separate room, a room partition or screen can be just as helpful. This also serves as a visual cue to family that you’re working and shouldn’t be bothered.
You have to be rational enough to assess your current situation, creative enough to see what is possible, and have the integrity to follow through with the plan. Remember, just because it’s on paper doesn’t mean it will happen – you have to decide to follow through and live up to your goals.
9) Vacation days take then when and for as long as you want to! Sick? Take a day off. Not sick but want to fake it? Take a day off? Just don’t abuse this one.you do have to work on you business at some point.