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My Success Story: Celebrating 11 Years In Business

Show Off Your Success! Post your Work-at-Home or Online Business Success Story. From small achievements to life-changing success, we'd love to hear your story...

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Postby Ellen » Tue Jan 29, 2008 4:23 pm

Thank you for sharing your story, Lynn. It truly is, as others have said, motivational and inspirational. It proves, at least to me, as individiuals we can all make a difference. Sharing your life with another human being doesn't mean - you have to give up on your dreams. As a matter of fact, again, to me, if you're sharing your life with someone who doesn't support your desire to reach for your dreams, you're probably better off without them. (Obviously that goes both ways... regardless of which team you're pitching for. ;-))
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Lynn...your story is so inspiring and more....

Postby edwinnyc » Fri Aug 01, 2008 10:51 pm

Yeap...loved your story and others need to here it to give others inspiration.
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Postby alexc » Tue Aug 12, 2008 9:21 pm

Wait a second. You mean to tell me you are single? ;) Hotchacha!

I'm kidding! I'm happily married and my wife could hurt me. She scares me :)

That is a great story, but quite frankly it isn't that inspiring to me. There is no way that I could quit my job sell everything we own to pursue this work from home job, I'd be terrified of not having that safety net of steady employment. I'm glad it worked for you though.
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Postby Dustie » Sat Aug 16, 2008 7:47 am

Hi Lynn

Your story is a true inspiration to others - thanks so much for sharing.

I think this says it all:

If a struggling mother with a full house, and an unemployed husband, can do it - then so can you!

If you have the WILL you will find a WAY.

It does take determination, persistance and a Never Quit Attitude. I quit my job 3 years ago now and work full time from home online and wouldn't trade it for anything. I love the freedom - I hated the corporate world!!

Thank again Lynn for all you help and input.

Cheers
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Postby James Schramko » Sat Sep 06, 2008 12:22 am

alexc wrote:Wait a second. You mean to tell me you are single? ;) Hotchacha!

I'm kidding! I'm happily married and my wife could hurt me. She scares me :)

That is a great story, but quite frankly it isn't that inspiring to me. There is no way that I could quit my job sell everything we own to pursue this work from home job, I'd be terrified of not having that safety net of steady employment. I'm glad it worked for you though.


That terror will keep you locked into employment - you need to overcome that fear to be truly free.
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Postby TorontoCarol » Sat Sep 06, 2008 9:50 pm

Wonderful story Lynn, I don't know where you managed to get all the energy. Taking care of the kids would be enough to tire many of us out.

It's funny how some people are risk takers and others just can't move if things ahead seem cloudy. Me, I like to take risks. I've tried a lot of different things and each one takes me a little step further. It's sure a more interesting life when you can't see what's around the corner. And you never know how much you are capable of until you try!
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