Our lives sometimes have unexpected twists and turns and we need to take detours. For instance, it may be that we had determined that we had X number of hours to spend working on our business at the beginning. However, then our hours at our day job were increased.
Another example might be that our finances may change when something essential had an increase in cost. Now we don’t have the same amount of money for operating our business. Last example, we had a full-time job and have been developing our home business slowly, part-time. We then find out that the day job will be eliminated and we need to find a new full-time position in a short span of time.
Eventually the idea is to devote more time to our home business and make it our primary source of income. Be sure you have the replacement income secured first, if that is your plan.
We all agree we would rather ‘not make waves’ and have everything in our lives running as smoothly as possible. Almost like what they call ‘living on easy street’. However things can happen at any time to change that perception. Problems may arrive at any time that could impact your health, your family, your home, career, or finances.
Of course it would be best for all concerned if there were none of these dramas. However, obviously we have to learn to ‘roll with the punches’ whenever they do. Depending on to what degree there are problems, we need to be prepared ahead of time as much as we can analyze and determine.
Sometimes people just need a challenge. Maybe it is just too much easy street that can become a rut. Once in a while, we need something to push us in order that we make some extra effort. Again it is hoped it is never an