Working on your own lets you put in a forty-hour work week in as
few as twenty actual work hours. Think about it a bit. During a
typical eight-hour day of work, how much of that time are you working
at peak performance and how much of that time are you barely working
at all? How much time do you waste just staring into space as you
try to get yourself motivated to do the day's work?
When you work for yourself, you can design a day that works
perfectly for you. For example, if your "down' time is
between two to four P.M., a time when you feel least productive,
you can schedule that time to run personal errands or even make
the beds. You can schedule work that requires enthusiasm, such as
new business calls for your "up" times when you feel up
to working at top and efficient speed. And you can schedule routine
activities, such as filling out forms or filing paperwork during
a time when your energy level is neither up nor down, but somewhere
When you are self-employed you are in control of your day and
every minute within that day.
Kaeter, Margaret. (2003). Everything Network Marketing Book.
Avon: MA. Adams