but it sounds like you have never had a really good working environment.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 5:47 pm   Post subject: Working from home  

"...but it sounds like you have never had a really good working environment." -I've worked in offices as a CSR. As an Electrical Mechanic. Indoors, outdoors, phone company, in the film industry too. Working in a structured invironment, especially if you don't have to, only increases one's chances of having to work side by side with or for an owner who's not only a genuine ignorant jackass but they're also from The Planet of Me First. And they get off ruining your day, all day, every day. So for tusharagg87 to suggest to not even try is asinine.

"Probaly helped that I was "Ms. Daily Period" but I never had trouble making the work place enjoyable." -I don't see how brow-beating and talking down to co-workers helps anyone. One of the main reasons why people change careers or ask for transfers: It's not the job detail, it's the people they can't stand. That daily, nagging, patronizing tone they all love.

Forget about it. Dress the way want, enjoy your surroundings, make money. Forget the office, forget the losers stuck in a cubicle that aren't allowed to even get up to use the bathroom. Forget the rules: There are not rules folks! If you enjoy the commute and throwing your money away on gasonline and tolls and upkeep on the vehicle, and the daily aggrevation of said commute, great!

The bylaws in my community don't allow customers and yes, homeowner insurance should cover that litigious person with no brains and yes, if he chose to walk through the ice instead of around; he's at fault and should kiss your ass.

You can see after my commuting for 20 some odd years, I'll have no part of it if I can help it. And having my own insurance agency does.

Good luck and be well. Take a breather and try and enjoy the limited time we all have down here: We only get one chance.

-Ricky C.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 6:13 pm   Post subject:   

Sorry for the double post: It was unintentional. Time for some Pizza!

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 10, 2008 6:38 am   Post subject:   

Operating from home seems to be the most appropriate idea for a couch potato like me Wink I simply hate to leave the comfort of my home and go to office.

Anyways, I agree with InsMaze, not that any one can stay focused and competent while working form the comfort zone, especially for a person like me. Hence, I've to go to office everyday, though I hate it, to earn my dough Very Happy

Time for some Pizza!

Who's ordering? Very Happy

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 11, 2008 6:42 pm   Post subject:   

So I think we have come to the conclusion that working either at home or away from home is veiwed differently by everyone and just like everything in life it all has its pros and cons. I guess we should consider ourselves lucjy just to have the opportunity to even make that kind of decision.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 24, 2008 6:23 pm   Post subject: FE  

Working at home is great if you are easily motivated. If I worked from home I would get nothing done and then wouldn't have a home. Its like the online college courses they look easy but nobody ever reads the book before the test. If anybody is working at home or would like a 100% tele sales FE product let me know. NO driving and no more clients standing you up.

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