A Word from A
1999, by Cheryl Demas
- There is a trend within my peer group
to drive bigger and bigger vehicles. It is not unusual to see
a caravan of trucks lined up each morning, heading down the road
to school. It's reminiscent of the Smokey and the Bandit days,
all we have to do is give everyone a CB, a handle, and we got
us a convoy!
Do you feel the pressure in your
home business too? Do you feel you have to continue to grow to
be successful? Do you feel like you're not giving your all to
your business unless you take on every project that comes your
I have a proposal for work at
home moms: bigger isn't necessarily better. I know you may not
read this advice in business magazines or books, but we Work
At Home Moms are already breaking the traditional business rules
If you are starting to feel stressed,
like you're being pulled in too many directions at once, I say
it's time to take a break. Take a moment, step back and rethink
your priorities. You may find that it's time to say, "I
don't need more right now". It may be time to say "no"
to a new project. Sometimes good enough is good enough.
If you're happy with the income
you're making from your business, your current workload and the
hours you devote to your business, I say leave well enough alone.
You have to consider what expanding your business will mean to
the time that you have to spend with your family, your children
So remember, bigger isn't always
better, heck, even Pamela Lee had her implants removed.