What is the perceived value of working from a home office?
Have you ever been told that because you work from home or at home that you should be able to charge less than any other professional in your industry?
I haven’t yet, but there will come a day!
While reading through some other posts and after having listened to some of the shows here at blog talk radio, I’ve seen and heard of the perceptions attached to work at home moms or even work at home professionals.
Let me bring up some questions for you.
Have you invested time in researching your products, and your market?
Have you invested money in your equipment and tools?
Have you spent time building up contacts and learning what they want?
Have you worked hard to give your customer the best products that they can get?
If the answer is no, then you need to all of those things or get out of the business of being in business!
If the answer is yes, then what difference does it make that you work out of your home?
You still have to pay the bills to keep the lights and electricity on, right? You have to have a way to run your printer that makes your printed products, and the mixer that makes your bath and body products, and the computer that helps you keep in contact with your customers and suppliers. Right?
Those are all the same things that any other professional in your industry has to do!
Now, for the most important question…..
How do YOU perceive your business?
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