Across the country, more entrepreneurs
have begun to incorporate businesses from the comforts of their own home. The trend of working from home has caught on, which many experts say is evident of the economic times. Due to a down economy, entrepreneurs had to find work elsewhere and thus launched their own companies.
When first beginning this type of business environment, an entrepreneur
must not only be prepared for sudden success but must also operate with an iron-will.
For example, "mompreneurs," those mothers who have both incorporated their own companies from home and are also raising a family, can easily be bogged down with tending to the family during working hours. Do whatever it takes to put yourself into work-mode - be that shutting the door to your home office or dressing as if you were in a corporate setting.
Additionally, it is important to be prepared for the growth that your company could achieve.
"Good business sense means knowing when to be hands on and when it pays to just sit back and let the magic of good business preparation take its course," said Patricia Beckman, an entrepreneur with her own virtual business, to Fox Small Business Center.
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