Requesting your help...

I have a question that I would like to ask of all of you and if you could be kind enough, share your thoughts by leaving a comment.

Are you living to work or working to live?

I have my own thoughts on the subject, but I am interested to hear what others think first. Also, if you could, let us know if you currently work from home, in an office, or what your situation work wise is.

I thank you in advance for taking the time to do this.

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Check Out My Interview...

Liz over at the More Than We Know blog recently interviewed me and you can now find it by going here.

What an honor to be noticed and recognized by others. We sometimes wonder if what we do is actually making a difference, and then things like this happen and we realize that we are doing just that.

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The Expo Is On Now!

If you have not already stopped by...don't miss it. The Business and Learning Online Expo is currently in full effect, tomorrow is the last day. Join us. Click Here!

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Work At Home is Not For Everyone...

There was a time when I used to ask myself, "who wouldn't want to work from home?" I mean, isn't it the most ideal thing to do? Right? (That is if you are able to find something that is legitimate, and actually works the way it is meant to.) I soon came to realize that working from home is NOT for everyone. We are not all built the same, we all have different strengths and weaknesses, and that is what makes us who we are.

One of the most important questions to consider before actually making the decision to work from home is this...Are you capable, and self-motivated enough, to work independently? When you are under your own roof, no one there to watch over you, no boss breathing down the back of your neck, it is easy to let yourself get side-tracked from whatever work it is you are trying to accomplish. The problem with this is that by being your own boss, if you don't work, you don't get paid.

The ability to work from home is available to all, but it is only successful for the few that treat it as it is meant to be. As I have stated many times over, "if it's meant to be, it's up to me!"

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