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Deciding to become a Work at home mom is a huge decision. It should not be taken lightly or jumped into too quickly. There are many things to consider. Weighing the pros and cons of each side of this industry is extremely important. After conducting extensive research for over 16 years, The WAHM Addict LLC has seen this WAHW – Work at Home World change considerably.

 

The following tasks are highly suggested:

  • Do your homework
  • Check and double check
  • Research, Ask Question, Research Again.
  • Read reviews written by work at home moms

The Wahm Addict LLC provides the information geared to help you make the decision that is best for you and your family based on your needs.  Only you know what that is. We provide a variety of options to consider before making that leap. It’s an exciting world! The WAHW is where you can dream big and get paid too! Type your paragraph here.

Take the time to think about the following:

  • Evaluate your passions, interests, and skills.
  • What do you need from all this besides a paycheck?
  • Do you have a support system at home? Friend, family, babysitter, spouse/partner? Most likely there will be times you will need some kind of support. If you’re going to choose this route, the most important people in your life need to be on board with your decision. It will affect them also, as there will be times when you need an extra hand. This needs to be on your checklist when making this decision.
  • Do you want a  job or do you want to be your own boss?  There is a difference! Work at home jobs still come with restrictions, such as time. Find out all the complete details before applying or accepting a job. Being your own boss sounds glamorous, but it is an even bigger responsibility.  Can you commit?
  • Starting your own home business usually involves some kind of start up. Start-up fees for materials and kits are normal. Make a list of what it will take financially to start and run your business before you make a decision.  The initial out of pocket fees vary greatly depending on which business you choose.
  • Can you carve out a couple hours a day to start a home business?
  • Do you want to do in-home parties? Find out if it is a requirement for the company you are considering.
  •  Do you know how to market this business?  Is there help provided?   What kind of help? Interview the person providing your home business information.  This person will be your “upline”.
  •  Don’t just see if you fit the profile for them.  Do they fit for you?  What kind of support do they offer and in what form?  Do they hold meetings, and are you required to attend?
  • Don’t expect them to hold your hand. This is a business; 95% will be your responsibility.
  • Are you afraid of failing?  Guess what?  You’re not alone. That’s ok.  It’s called learning. Most everyone has started where you are right now. It takes time and patience. It’s good to be cautious, but remind yourself that you’re worth this chance.  As long as you can keep getting up and trying again, it’s worth doing.
  • We can do this together! You’re not alone!

 

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