Work@home: A Practical Guide for Women Who Want to Work from Home

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New Hope Publishers, 2007 - Business & Economics - 237 pages
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As the trend in home-based businesses surges to over 53 percent of the small business population, Work@home is a practical, timely guide for readers wanting to transition from a corporate workplace to working from home. Author Glynnis Whitwer provides readers a complete guide to success. Work@home helps readers analyze the true cost of working outside the home, create a budget, define a timeline, find employment at home, learn how to be successful at a home-based business, and address the emotional challenges faced once at home.
 

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Contents

Understanding Your Call
13
The Realities of Working at Home
25
Involving the Family
35
The Real Cost of Work
45
Preparing a Family Budget
57
Creating a Transition Plan
71
Discovering Your Skill Set
81
Telecommuting
91
Financing the Business
137
Growing Your Business
145
Internet Basics
157
Setting Up a Home Office
169
Balancing Work and Home
181
Emotional Challenges of Staying Home
193
Time Management and Organization Tips
203
MoneySaving Ideas
217

HomeBased Business Opportunities
107
Business 101
123
Six Ways to Overcome Discouragement
229
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About the author (2007)

Glynnis Whitwer is a founder of Transition Home, a Web-based and workshop ministry that helps men and women deal with the practical aspects of transitioning out of the workplace to home. As the Senior Editor for P31 Woman, the Proverbs 31 magazine, she is also a staff member for Proverbs 31 Ministries. She is a popular speaker for womens Bible studies, special events, and retreats. Her previous editing and contributing works include The Best of the Proverbs 31 Ministry book, Leading Women to the Heart of God, published by Focus on the Family, and Building an Effective Womens Ministry. She currently lives in Glendale, Arizona, with her husband, Tod, and their five children.

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