work from home

United States
May 16, 2007 8:34pm CST
In 1997 I wanted to start a business that I could do from home. Well, it grew too big and pretty soon I wasn't working from home anymore. I had an office, a warehouse, 7 full time employees, did 2 million a year in volume, four years later the market changed, I went bankrupt, got a regular job again, and now I'm starting the work from home dream all over. Rick http://www.aa-turbocharger.com
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8 responses
@happymom1 (1179)
• United States
17 May 07
Oh thats sad thing but thats only the stepping stone of your success. You can do it just trust that you can. God bless.
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• United States
17 May 07
WOW! What a ride! I'm glad to hear that you have move through your past and starting all over again. You must be a very strong person. I don't know if I would be able to take that risk again. I wish you Luck in your new home business and much happiness!
@rinaaus (1203)
• Australia
17 May 07
Good luck to you too. All the best. I think you can do it again, because you already made it. It's not a dream, just make another real. I hope you can share with us about your experiences. I'd like to start a business as well, but I don't have experiences at all. I have to study step by step, so i really like to know all information and experiences about starting a business.
@zipzipzop (419)
• China
17 May 07
I think to work from home is very hard for most of people. We can't earn a big money from the net unlees we own some web sites. So if you really earn money from it, just tell me, I'll take part in it. Thanks.
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• United States
17 May 07
Good luck with the business. I hear so many people on here talking about a home business. I wouldn't even know where to start.
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@JackBravo (970)
• United States
24 May 07
So what did you do exactly that took you out of the home and into the an office, a warehouse, and with employees? You must be a visionary. There are very very few of you. Good luck on the new business.!
@maehan (1445)
• United States
20 May 07
That's sad. Life is always up and down just like the Nasdaq. Good luck & God Bless!
@mysiraylon (1106)
• United States
19 May 07
Whatever it is your business some years ago perhaps you have learned some lessons from there now. You are still very lucky that were able to get back up again not like many others who after facing bankrupcy their life goes miserable as their business go down. Good luck to your new venture and I believe you can handle it now much better than previously.