What’s the hardest part about making money at home?
Is it the government bureaucracy? The rejection? The lack of experience? The painful mistakes?
As someone who has a long history of making money at home and showing other people how to do the same thing, I have to say that it’s none of those things.
In my experience, the hardest part of making money at home is having all of the people who love and respect you who are trying to tear you down.
As sure as I write this article, there will be people in your family, friends, and especially in your job who will do whatever they can to bring you down.
Why are you doing that?
Is it because they’re mean, cruel, and hate you?
No. Usually, your friends and loved ones are just scared.
I mean by that:
In many cases, people will try to stop your progress (probably unintentionally) because if you “make it” in what you are doing, they will realize that they need to do more for themselves.
They all want what they have and what they want, but most people lack the drive and courage to make choices.
And if you can do it, you will see that there is no reason in the world why you shouldn’t be able to do it.
This is very important to realize.
Because now I can guarantee you – the second you decide to make money at home and do the things that decision entails (like staying up late and getting things done on the weekend, not that much) Go out and not care. The same goes for your friends and family who are not entrepreneurs. You will be a target. People will try to bring you down.
Just make sure you don’t take it personally and don’t argue with anyone.
You cannot allow someone to come to you like this. Just keep doing what you have to do.
Keep working in your company, learning about sales and marketing, and continuing to do the things everyone else is either too afraid or too “good” to do.