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Do you dream of working from home? Thinking about making the change but need a little more nudging to make the move?
It's becoming more and more common as people explore options like telecommuting and starting their own home-based businesses.
Let’s explore some reasons and benefits of working from home and you just might find your "deciding factor" here.
10 Reasons To Work At Home
1—With the ever-rising costs of fuel, your commute can be a huge expense – in dollars and in time. Working from home decreases your gasoline costs as well as wear & tear on your vehicle. Assuming a minimum commute of 30 minutes per day, that saves you eleven hours per month, or 132 hours per year. Plus, there are no traffic jams on the way to work, and you don’t have to listen to early morning radio jocks unless you choose to
2—With a computer, the internet and a phone, you can be almost as connected from your house as you can from any office. There is significant growth in both small business ownership and in telework (or telecommuting), or working from home for someone else. It cuts down on office costs for employers and helps foster better life-work balance for employees. Many companies currently have telework options, and many more are exploring the possibility.
3—Decreased clothing costs. You really can get away with one good outfit of your choice and a few separates since you’ll only be “dressing up” for meetings. The typical work from home outfit: sweats (shorts in summer) and a t-shirt. The beauty of this uniform – it’s easy to care for (wash, dry & wear) and works equally well for gardening, walking, boxing up your online auction orders, and writing the great American novel. A week’s worth of work from home outfits at any good discount store: $60 USD. Some people profess to get professionally dressed just as if they were going to the office, but that just seems silly to me.
4—Increased productivity. There are no co-workers dropping by to lament their dating, dieting or drinking dilemmas. Of course, you must refrain from e-socializing, but it’s easier to ignore an email or limit your Twitter time than it is to dodge a whiny office-mate on day 2 of Atkins or the office party dude who wants to rehash his weekend. Plus, there are fewer dumb meetings where everybody’s late or unprepared and nothing gets accomplished. With online meetings, email and the phone, you may find you don’t need meetings at all.
5—Childcare issues are easier. Depending on the age of your children and the nature of your work, you may still need a babysitter, but probably not full-time.
6—Leftovers make great, easy lunches. No need for brown bags, just heat & eat. You save money and even if you’re not a great cook, it’s usually better than fast food or snack machine offerings. If you usually go out for lunch at work and spend just $10, that’s $50 a week saved.
7—You can set the heat/air temperature to your liking. Ditto music. Ditto office décor.
8—You can be productive during work breaks—throwing in a load of laundry, unloading the dishwasher, watering the garden. Of course, you have to avoid the impulse to clean and cook and wander around the house aimlessly, but usually after week one, you learn to separate work duties from home duties pretty easily.
9—Sodas don’t cost $1.25 each. Your refrigerator never takes your money or gives you Mountain Dew when you wanted Diet Coke. Coffee does not require making a choice between $4 a cup, or “free-but-tastes-like-mud”.
10—Freedom, in most cases, to set your own hours and work when you want to work. You can work when you are most energetic, whether that’s 10 am or 10 pm. You can take off to run errands or go see your kid’s school play. It becomes about your productivity, not about your “face-time” in the office.
So, are there any cons to working from home? Of course. Some people are not self-motivating and just cannot do it. Some require much more socialization than working from home allows. Some people don’t have the space or equipment to create a work area in their homes. It all depends on the individual circumstances. But, if you long to work from home, explore your options. Small business ownership is great but not the only way to work from home anymore. You may even be able to create a work from home opportunity with your current job. Do your research and present a great plan to the powers that be and see what happens.
One thing I have learned since I have been in internet marketing is that you have to “brand yourself” in order to become successful. Branding yourself means to make yourself stand out from the rest. Be the one people remember and go to when they need your products and/or services. Build your reputation as the go to person in your field.
10 Ways to Brand Yourself for More Success
Branding yourself will take work, time and commitment but it is essential for your business success. Below are some things you can start doing to start the branding process.
1. Have a Motto – Choose a motto to live by personally and professionally. This will stick in people’s minds and help you focus as well. My motto is to treat others as I would want them to treat me. I try to live everyday by the Golden Rule!
2. Connect with People – Don’t just get through meetings, calls, appointments, etc. Take the time to really connect with the people you are talking to. Be open and listen intently to what others say. Make the time with you memorable and satisfactory so people will be sure to return.
3. Personalize – Anytime you send emails, postcards, letters or anything, make it personal. Use the person’s name to show them they are not just another number or sale to you. Send birthday and/or holiday greetings. People need to feel like people and not just a dollar sign!
4. Professional Networking – Join some good networking sites, groups and clubs. Make yourself available for advice, help, and guidance. Be sure to participate often.
5. Always Be Honest and Upfront – Be honest with people. Don’t use deceptive lines and tricks to get people to buy from you. Let people know, honestly, what you can do for them. If you cannot meet their needs, point them to someone who can. They will remember your willingness to help and come back to you when you can meet their needs.
6. Body Language – Using body language effectively can have a real impact on how people perceive you. Always make direct eye contact. Let your eyes show friendliness and interest. Use your eyebrows to show openness and understanding. Don’t scrunch them disapprovingly. Keep your brow relaxed. Smile and don’t purse your lips or tighten your mouth. Keep your arms unfolded and sit in a relaxed manner with good posture. Don’t slouch or fidget. The art of using proper body language is quite real so do some research and learn all you can.
7. Go the Extra Mile – Help people whenever you can even if you don’t see a sale happening. By offering extra help and support you are sending a message about what type of person you are and what kind of business you run.
8. Believe in Yourself – If you don’t believe in yourself, how can you expect others to. Always be positive in mind, spirit and attitude. Be professional, and always create a positive image as well. This will be a big factor in what people think of you.
9. Email and Phone Etiquette – Write your emails with proper spelling and grammar. Be courteous, friendly and helpful. Do not use offensive words or phrases. This goes for talking on the phone as well. Using vulgar, offensive or unprofessional language will definitely be something people will not forget!
10. Be Yourself – Don’t try to put on a façade. Relax and let the person know how unique and authentic you are.
Job Interview Tips
10 things that you should never say during a job interview – ever!Branding yourself will help build your business success but it will help you in other ways as well. You will form lasting and beneficial relationships with others – both personally and professionally. You will learn more from the experiences of others and you will also learn more about yourself and how special and unique you really are. And that, my friend, could be the biggest reward of all!
Job interviews can be tough. You spend hours getting ready, make sure to look your best, and feel like you’re ready to take on any question. Unfortunately, with one little slip of the tongue, all your hard work can be undone.
If you say any of these 10 things in a job interview, you’re guaranteed to NOT get the job – so don’t even let them cross your mind.
In a job interview, never say…1. “Your wife/husband/daughter/dog is smokin’ hot!”
It doesn’t matter if the person has a photo on their desk of the most beautiful person you’ve ever seen. Comments about appearance during a job interview are a no-no. Just imagine if someone said that about your significant other – or worse still, your mom. Avoid this at all costs.
2. “Dude” or “bro.”
The person interviewing you is not your friend, no matter how friendly they seem. Using slang during an interview not only shows that you’re not taking the interview seriously but can also give the impression that you’re not intelligent enough to use real words. The only exception might be if you interview with MTV for a VJ job. Other than that, lose the slang and address people by their names.
3. “I was fired because management was intimidated by how good I am. They’re really stupid there.”
This is a huge red flag to interviewers. Who would want to hire someone who’s only going to badmouth the company and management later? It’s a defensive statement, even if it is true. Never, ever talk poorly about someone you worked for. Instead, just say “It didn’t work out at that company, but I learned some valuable lessons that will help me in my next job.”
4. “Excuse me; I have to take this phone call.”
No you don’t. As a matter of fact, you shouldn’t even have your cell phone with you in an interview – you’re here to get a job, not hang out and talk on the phone. Leave it in the car or at home. If you really feel like you might die without it, at least silence, hide and ignore it.
5. “I didn’t know you sold clothes.”
Then why did you apply? If you have no idea what a company does, then you shouldn’t be working there. Do your research before the job interview – find out a bit about the history of the company, what their mission is and who their competitors are. A simple Google search should bring all of this up for you fairly quickly.
6. “Did you hear the one about the rabbi, the priest and the exotic dancer?”
Yowza. Not only is it strange to tell jokes in an interview, it’s even worse to tell inappropriate jokes in an interview. Stay away from topics like religion and sex, and try not to tell jokes that aren’t relevant to the interview. This is not to say you can’t be funny – your personality should shine through. Just remember you’re here to get a job, not practice your stand-up routine.
7. “Whatever. It’s not like you’re going to hire me.”
If you wouldn’t hire yourself, why would anyone else? Even if you don’t think you have a shot at this job, give the interview all you’ve got. A little personality can go a long way and you might just surprise yourself. More than one job has been won because of a person’s upbeat attitude.
8. “4.20 is a holiday here, right?”
You know why this is wrong, right? Don’t discuss illegal activities during a job interview – even if you are just joking. This can land you in a ton of trouble.
9. “I’m living with my mom right now because I’m going through a messy divorce.”
Personal information is just that – personal. If you need to explain gaps in employment history or any other touchy topic that could affect your employment, keep it simple. “I was out of work for a while because I had some personal issues I was dealing with.” An interviewer doesn’t need to know your life story.
10. “Sorry I’m late. I just hate getting up before noon.”
Don’t be late. Short of an accident, there is no excuse for being late to a job interview – especially oversleeping. Interviewers will notice, will be annoyed, and will assume that since you can’t even make it to an interview on time, you definitely won’t be making it to work on time.
Member Success Stories
I am so grateful for MJOL. I have been transcribing from home for the past 4 years, part time, doing jobs here and there. I was able to find a few contract companies on my own, but not enough to be able to work permanently from home full time, which has been my ultimate goal. Then I found MJOL and they helped me find other transcription companies that I could apply with and I have been hired by some of them. I am now in a position that I can actually set a goal that within the next six months, I can quit my daytime job to become a full time transcriptionist from home.
Thank you so much!
I have been able to delve into many at-home-based medical transcription job positions through MJOL, many more than through the regular channels, so far I have had responses from most of the companies I have contacted. Highly recommendable!
"I had been looking for a legitimate work at home opportunity since the year 1999. Yes you see it correctly, 1999. I went through loads of so-called work at home jobs, and business opportunities, only to find dead ends, and I lost time and money. I am glad to say that I have finally come upon a telecommute job that I can be proud of, and that will provide well for me and my family. I work as a Virtual Recruiter, and it's the best job experience I have ever had! This is a legitimate position, as well as all of the other jobs that are listed within the job bank. With this job I am able to help others in their quest for job stability. This testimony is to encourage you to stop here right now and apply!"
Sara Daniels, Georgia
I have been with MJOL for about 2 and a half weeks. Since I started with them I have been able to access and and apply to many different jobs from their job bank. It was not only easy, but also a very fast process. You can see what the requirements are for a specific job and whether or not you think it is something you are interested in or not. Not only can you use the job bank to find and apply to jobs, but they also set up interviews for you to have an even better chance at getting hired. I am a recent MT grad and I got set up with more than 5 interviews and ready to work after only 2 weeks. I am very happy with MJOL they work at getting you hired by a company that fits you best.
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"The company do charge a contractor's fee for the job bank access but they will help you find a job and actually get hired with the clients they are staffing remote contractors for! I did apply to a job position and within the second week the company called me up with a pt client referral position that I was seeking. You must have a clear background check or they will refund your money. They have jobs from Data Entry, Medical Transcription, Resume Writing, Medical Coding and many more. I would not suggest them if I did not try it and receive a rewarding Medical Coding position. I would highly recommend them to anyone seeking legitimate home base employment.
Since I lost my job and I have not worked in over a 7 months. I felt that I had nothing to loose when my friend told me about MJOL and how they helped her find a job doing a Virtual Assistant position with an Oil Co. from home. So I decided to sign up to become a contractor and to access their telecommute job bank and to get assistance from their staff to guide me to the right job.
I was immediately impressed with all the contractor work at home positions when I logged into their job bank. There is several thousands of remote clients in all categories that really do exist so I applied to a few clients and within a few days I was contacted for a telephone interview by a client. I ended up taking a MT test and interviewed by telephone and I was offered a MT specialty position FT earning $24.00 per hour since I had 10 years experience.
Now I have sent 12 of my family / friends to them and they have also successfully found contract employment ranging from Inbound CSR to Virtual Assistant work.
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I have been very impressed and please with contractor job placement services and I plan to keep the service forever! Within weeks of me applying with the company, I was hired for a verification position. I have found that MJOL was very helpful and informative about their telecommute contractor job placement program and as well as their client referral positions. I was kept up-to-date with new and potential leads as they comes in as well as help on keeping my resume up-to-date. I would recommend MJOL to anyone who wants to work-at-home or just want a change of pace in their job search with something different.
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