I do not agree with this. My main reason is because now I won't be able to send or receive binary files! If I have to pay for this service then I will definitely be leaving AOL! There is no sense in me paying 2 services!
Sunday, January 30, 2005
Thursday, January 13, 2005
So I'm playing around with it - especially drawing pictures and turning them into 3D pictures and having fun with adding patterns and colors.
I'll have to use this program more often!
Wednesday, January 12, 2005
A lot of people that have started their own business did not have a lot of money to start with. What you do in a case like this is use what you do have which is your time and effort.
I do consulting all the time and there are a lot of things that one overlooks when looking for resources that are available to them right now. For example one's own computer is a gold mine as far as available resources go and I'm not just talking about being able to go online - I'm talking about the computer itself and the programs that come with them.
Offline you can start your business by using one of the most overlooked resources that one has and that is their local paper. You have to use what you have to get what you want and even though there are a lot of businesses out there I'm sure your gut will tell you that not ALL of them started out with a lot of money.
Saturday, January 08, 2005
Tuesday, January 04, 2005
I think it all comes from desire. A lot of people have started their own business because they didn't want to or were sick and tired of working for someone else. I posted a message on one of the AOL boards called "Why would anyone want to work from home!" It was kind of meant to be an ironic sort of thing but people hate working for someone else, hate the amount of pay they get, hate the office "politics", hate their commutes...but I think its the desire that helps to keep one motivated. Once you get your first customer/client and you get that first payment then you're hooked!
I stay motivated because to put it quite simply I want to work from home and I want to continue to do so. I don't ever want to work for someone else again!
As far as you lacking the discipline to work from just think of and remember the reasons why you want to work from home. My discipline comes as a result of my business plan, my goals and the objectives that I have for my business.
I would think that receiving orders (and payments) from clients would be a very good motivational reason for maintaining the discipline to be able to work from home. What about being one's own boss? What about working as much (or as little) as one wants? What about actually being able to earn a profitable living doing something that one loves? What abut not having to go thru that daily commute - through the rain, the cold, the wind and the snow? What about being able to work at home so that you can be at home to be able to keep your eyes on your kids? But I think that the most best reason is simply the desire that you want to work from home.