Why people don’t work at home?

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7 Responses

  1. Merry says:

    You hit the mark right on the head here! The Cons could not be more perfect. Especially where people do not take your ‘job’ seriously. If you have the discipline to stay at it, even if the hours are shorter you have a much higher chance of success compared to others going to their ‘job job’ for 8+ hours. Thanks for sharing some awesome information.

  2. When it comes to working for yourself their surely are a lot pros and cons. but I believe that working for ones self is still better because of the opportunities that it provides providing that you are successful. It is all a mater of planning and sticking with it, Ones discipline is at the top of your list and you know where you are heading you will make it. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Jenny says:

    Hi Nikos,
    I recognise all of this, I’ve been working from home since resigning from my job in February this year. Although I do my best to get on with it during the day if my daughter is at nursery, she’s only there a few hours a couple of days a week.
    Because I’m at home, I feel that I have to get housework done rather than tuck myself away from distractions and get on with what I really want to be doing, my website and online work. I usually end up working late at night once everyone else has gone to bed, so I’m not constantly asked questions or for food, to play games or have cuddles. I love all these things and they’re not small for long.
    It’s getting easier to carve out time, now I just have to work on getting family and friends to take it seriously. If I can do that I might get a few more people follow me and start building their own dreams.

  4. John says:

    Hi Nikos, your points are very well made, there are benefits to working from home but your point on self discipline is the one that will make it work. Setting a to-do list and keeping to it is vital to making it successful.
    Thanks for sharing

  5. Hi, Nikos. I definitely understand the impact of distractions at home. I have a full time job and work on my online business part-time at home, and I can tell you the distractions are a big problem for me. In fact, I have just started trying my hand at video, and it is literally impossible for me to record a video at home, between dogs barking in the background to interruptions from family members, so I usually do that after hours at my workplace. If I were to work on my online business full-time, I would probably be spending a lot of time at coffee shops and in break-out rooms at the local university library. Great article.

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