What Makes Homepreneurs Tick And Tick People Off

What Makes Homepreneurs Tick And Tick People Off

Visualizing Is Looking Beyond Sugar Plums And Fantasyland!

When workers leave for work, homepreneurs are asleep, and when they come home, they see us as a bum; so what makes homepreneurs tick?

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When workers come home from work tired, you’re probably working in the garden, tending to the chickens, etc.; so as far as they are concerned, you are a bum!

They’re ticked off because they don’t understand what makes homepreneurs tick!

It is only natural that when you start a business, you are doing something different than most people

They will not only look at you because you stick out like a sore thumb, but human nature will cause them naturally to ridicule what you are doing.

They will tell you all types of things like:

  • “You’re not business material.”
  • “You can’t make a living working for yourself.”
  • “You’ll fail because nobody can ever make any that way.”


Homepreneurship is not just about having a lot of ideas or business sense.

It is also about having a lot of guts.

You have to build self-confidence in yourself.

You have to be concerned only with pleasing yourself and your Creator, not mankind.

Then, when and if you should fail with this particular venture, you’ll just dust yourself off and start again.

It doesn’t matter that people might think you’re nuts!

They aren’t paying your rent and running your life.

Don’t be concerned with what people “think” you should be.

Just please yourself and wo what you feel is right.

People are so busy competing and keeping up with the Jones’s that they do things they are not comfortable with just to appease others in a vain attempt to look normal.

And, if you have to, start out small in building your self-confidence.

When most people fail in business, they try to save face by telling everyone they are just in a slump and that everything will be back to normal soon.

Besides, they don’t want people to say, “I told you so,” and destroy any pride they are still hanging onto.

Unfortunately, this only delays the problem and creates even more false hope for the people in your life as well as yourself.

The best thing for a person to do in this catastrophe is to swallow his pride and admit he screwed up.


Admit that you were so proud of your accomplishments that your mind became diluted with visions of sugar plums and fantasland.

If your small business is beyond repair, go out and find a job, but begin working on your next small business.

Keep your family fed and your financial obligations met, but look forward to the day when you WILL succeed with your own business venture.

And, why should you try again?

Simply because you won’t make the same mistakes you made before.

If you built a first venture, but failed, you are certain to build the next business stronger and wiser.

Even if you fail the second time, it won’t be because of mistakes you made the first time.

You’ll learn more and more, and eventually be successful.

It’s inevitable!

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