My Best Home Business Review

Traditional Business vs Home Business

My Home Business Review … my opinion.
best home business review

This is my home business review of Home Businesses and how I see their worth, and advantages. Notice I didn’t say disadvantages. I would like to put forward a Home Business Review from my experiences and my trials and tribulations (what I have researched, my successes and failures).

Having worked in the traditional sense mainly in retail or office work for the last 30 years, the home business idea for me was way out there with the fairies. How could this possibly work. You would need to keep stock, a lot of it, and have a business premises where the people are, you need staff and all of the huge expenses just to keep the doors open… it’s the ‘normal’ way , or the only way to do business. Or so I thought…. these were my thoughts due to my limited thinking.

It’s a lot of hard work being enveloped by the traditional job. It takes all of your time, you sell your time for money, and not much money for the time put in, and when you do the statistics 95% of people are 1 paycheck above the poverty line. All this came to my attention in a split second and you could have knocked me over with a feather. For most of my adult life, I was not there with the people I love most, my family. I was racing around dropping my children off at childcare before and after school 5 days a week, my beautiful husband also worked long hours so I rarely saw him either especially when he was working the night shift. It was hello goodbye 12 hours apart for years. Terrible when I sit back and think about it. The life you don’t have when you sell your time for money.

I started researching the different ways I could use my talents doing what I love, retire my husband, and be here for my family. Home business sounded perfect but how. Google is a fantastic tool but, I had a massive amount of options…. thousands. Every page I opened there were more promises and carrots dangling than I could ever imagine. Millions of pages of information.

It was time to research and do my own home business review.

Not being stupid or naive, I knew every business in the world needs investment and has running costs so straight away I deleted the get rich quick with no money down ones.

They really are an insult to the average persons intelligence.

I wanted sales, marketing and a good payment plan (compensation plan) because 2 out of these 3, I was already an expert from my 30 years in retail, or so I thought. The company had to have been around for at least 10 years and have a good reputation. Not the false reputation manufactured by the nay sayers in most chat rooms or soap box websites. Most of what is written in those negative pages is rubbish. I had narrowed my choices to lotions and potions, travel or personal development. I chose Personal Development. Even then there was a lot to choose from.

I made my short list fairly quickly by choosing 10 possibilities and then actually phoning them and talking with a human. I get a good feeling when I talk with someone and know straight away if they are legit.

I finally chose the business which felt right. My gut feeling has always served me well. I chose a company then called Liberty League now upgraded to Prosperity of Life. At the helm and man I call my mentor and friend Mr. Shane Krider.

This was over 7 years ago and I strongly believe this was the best decision I have ever made. Quite a steep learning curve initially because I had to unlearn what I thought knew about marketing and then simply follow a very simple system. A system put together from years of experience from people just like me. As far as this being a home business review, it is in my opinion a good review and not to bore you with BS.

My business is called BestEverHomeBusiness.com and  is always growing and developing as I grow and develop. I am always the student and the servant.

My motto is “how can I help you?”

As Jim Rohn has said,

“By helping people get what they want you automatically get what You want”.

Cheers Christine Greig.

p.s.   More interesting reading on my other blogs.

Live Free Retire Wealthy for those who want an easy life. Start now otherwise time will be your enemy. I say this from experience.

More Time to Ride for the horse lovers

Best Ever Home Business for those looking for a Brilliant Home Business Opportunity. This has been going for 7 years now and counting.

and Best Ever Home Business prosperity of life blog

Please enjoy.

 

Live a life of Value.

Rohn: How to Live a Life of Value

A BIG thanks to success magazine for these brilliant articles. I always read and re-read every word. I will always value and recommend anything from Success Magazine … Enjoy …
Cheers,    Christine Greig
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Develop a new discipline of observing rather than ignoring, of doing rather than neglecting.

One of the major reasons people are not doing well is because they keep trying to get through the day. A more worthy challenge is to try to get from the day.

We must become sensitive enough to observe and ponder what is happening around us. Be alert. Be awake. Let life and all of its subtle messages touch us. Often the most extraordinary opportunities are hidden among the seemingly insignificant events of life. If we do not pay attention to these events, we can easily miss the opportunities.

Related: Rohn: How Do You Attract Opportunity Into Your Life?

We must become good observers and astute evaluators of all that is going on around us. All events affect us, and what affects us leaves an imprint on what we will one day be and how we will one day live. Our philosophy about activity and our attitude about hard work will affect the quality of our lives.

Every time we choose to do less than we could, this error in judgment has an effect on our self-confidence. Repeated every day, we soon find ourselves not only doing less than we should, but also being less than we could. The accumulative effect of this error in judgment can be devastating. Fortunately, it’s easy to reverse the process.

Today we can develop a new discipline of observing rather than ignoring, of doing rather than neglecting. Every time we choose action over ease or labor over rest, we develop an increasing level of self-worth, self-respect and self-confidence.

It is how we feel about ourselves that provides the greatest reward from any activity. It is not what we get that makes us valuable; it is what we become in the process of doing that brings value into our lives. It is activity that converts human dreams into human reality, and that conversion from idea into actuality gives us a personal value that can come from no other source.

So be a good observer of the world around you and enjoy the hard work you put into enterprising—then enjoy it to its fullest!

Cheers, Chrissy with my good friend and mentor Mr. Shane Krider

 

p.s.   More interesting reading on my other blogs.

Live Free Retire Wealthy for those who want an easy life. Start now otherwise time will be your enemy. I say this from experience.

More Time to Ride for the horse lovers

Best Ever Home Business for those looking for a Brilliant Home Business Opportunity. This has been going for 7 years now and counting.

and Best Ever Home Business prosperity of life blog

Please enjoy.

10 Things $uccessful people Never do Again

Being a HUGE fan of Success Magazine I thought … again… I would share this article about the 10 things I will never do again.

10 Things Successful People Never Do Again

We all make mistakes but the people who thrive from their mistakes are the successful ones.
June 24, 2014

“Never go back.” What does that mean? From observations of successful people, clinical psychologist and author of Never Go Back: 10 Things You’ll Never Do Again (Howard Books, June 2014), Dr. Henry Cloud has discovered certain “awakenings” that people have—in life and in business—that once they have them, they never go back to the old way of doing things. And when that happens, they are never the same. In short, they got it.

“Years ago, a bad business decision of mine led to an interesting discussion with my mentor,” Dr. Cloud says. “I had learned a valuable lesson the hard way, and he reassured me: ‘The good thing is once you learn that lesson, you never go back. It’s one thing you will never do again.’

“I wondered, what are the key awakenings that successful people go through that forever change how they do things, which propel them to succeed in business, relationships, and life? I began to study these awakenings, researching them over the years.”

Although life and business have many lessons to teach us, Dr. Cloud observed 10 “doorways” of learning that high performers go through, never to return again.

Successful people never again…

1. Return to what hasn’t worked.

Whether a job, or a broken relationship that was ended for a good reason, we should never go back to the same thing, expecting different results, without something being different.

2. Do anything that requires them to be someone they are not.

In everything we do, we have to ask ourselves, “Why am I doing this? Am I suited for it? Does it fit me? Is it sustainable?” If the answer is no to any of these questions, you better have a very good reason to proceed.

3. Try to change another person.

When you realize that you cannot force someone into doing something, you give him or her freedom and allow them to experience the consequences. In doing so, you find your own freedom as well. My experience has told me to never do again.

4. Believe they can please everyone.

Once you get that it truly is impossible to please everyone, you begin to live purposefully, trying to please the right people.

5. Choose short-term comfort over long-term benefit.

Once successful people know they want something that requires a painful, time-limited step, they do not mind the painful step because it gets them to a long-term benefit. Living out this principle is one of the most fundamental differences between successful and unsuccessful people, both personally and professionally.

6. Trust someone or something that appears flawless.

It’s natural for us to be drawn to things and people that appear “incredible.” We love excellence and should always be looking for it. We should pursue people who are great at what they do, employees who are high performers, dates who are exceptional people, friends who have stellar character, and companies that excel. But when someone or something looks too good to be true, he, she, or it is. The world is imperfect. Period. No one and no thing is without flaw, and if they appear that way, hit pause.

7. Take their eyes off the big picture.

We function better emotionally and perform better in our lives when we can see the big picture. For successful people, no one event is ever the whole story. Winners remember that – each and every day.

8. Neglect to do due diligence.

No matter how good something looks on the outside, it is only by taking a deeper, diligent, and honest look that we will find out what we truly need to know: the reality that we owe ourselves.

9. Fail to ask why they are where they find themselves.

One of the biggest differences between successful people and others is that in love and in life, in relationships and in business, successful people always ask themselves, what part am I playing in this situation? Said another way, they do not see themselves only as victims, even when they are.

10. Forget that their inner life determines their outer success.

This is one thing for sure I will never do again.

The good life sometimes has little to do with outside circumstances. We are happy and fulfilled mostly by who we are on the inside. Research validates that. And our internal lives largely contribute to producing many of our external circumstances.

And, the converse is true: people who are still trying to find success in various areas of life can almost always point to one or more of these patterns as a reason they are repeating the same mistakes.

Everyone makes mistakes…even the most successful people out there. But, what achievers do better than others is recognize the patterns that are causing those mistakes and never repeat them again. In short, they learn from pain—their own and the pain of others.

A good thing to remember is this: pain is unavoidable, but repeating the same pain twice, when we could choose to learn and do something different, is certainly avoidable. I like to say, “we don’t need new ways to fail….the old ones are working just fine!” Our task, in business and in life, is to observe what they are, and never go back to doing them again.

 Thanks for reading
Cheers, Chrissy

p.s.   More interesting reading on my other blogs.

Live Free Retire Wealthy for those who want an easy life. Start now otherwise time will be your enemy. I say this from experience.

More Time to Ride for the horse lovers

Best Ever Home Business for those looking for a Brilliant Home Business Opportunity. This has been going for 7 years now and counting.

and Best Ever Home Business prosperity of life blog

Please enjoy.