After everything I've presented, we can probably agree that the IncomeAtHome.com 'business' of going after desperate folks to sell them on the 'business' of selling other desperate folks on the 'business' ∞ ... Is not only a 'false opportunity,' but a 'business' that I don't believe most folks could engage in because of the moral & ethical issues involved.
Could you sit in your house calling folks all day to try and sell them on a 'business' that is, by the numbers, is designed to separate (not only you, but) the folks you are calling from as much of their money as possible before dumping them (and you) in the street?
There are plenty of quality home business opportunities out there that just about anyone can operate & be successful. What are you good at? What do you know? What expertise do you have that would/could be of value to others? These are the questions folks should be asking themselves when considering starting their own home (or traditional brick/mortar) business.
If you have driven a bus your whole life for work, and if there is one thing you know, it's the bus business, bus maintenance, and bus safety, better than anyone, but never cooked anything edible in your life ... would you drop all that to open a restaurant? Probably not, or only if you also knew something in-depth about running a restaurant, or were willing to put in the time to learn, that's for sure. If you were going to start a business, it would probably have something to do with buses. It's what you know. It's the expertise you have that has value. It's the knowledge you can speak from that comes from experience. ... You just have to figure out how to convert that knowledge and experience into a salable product or service.
The reality is that folks start small, successful home businesses every day based on what they know, and their current skill set. Folks just like you, who are willing to invest the time, hard & smart work, and a little elbow grease to get the 'show on the road.'
Ok, so maybe you have limited experience, or skills. But you obviously already have a couple of the necessary attributes to be successful; drive, ambition, and a willingness to learn. For the amount of time & money you would end up dumping into IncomeAtHome.com to get setup as a 'distributor,' you could instead invest that money into your own education towards the business you want to start. And, depending on your current financial status, many of these resources can be accessed and reduced cost, or even free. And, always remember ...
I know, I know, this is probably one of the hardest ideas for us to get our human brains wrapped around, as we all can be easily attracted to a slick sales pitch, some pretty pictures, promises of fast money, and a long-term income. Who doesn't want to have more time to spend with their family, be in control of their time, and have financial stability? I believe we all want these things, but we can't let the 'bright lights & big city' cloud our judgement, or lead us to engage in a 'business' that is essentially designed so that 8-9 out of 10 of the folks you sell to - will fail ... just to make a buck.
I read this explanation somewhere a long time ago, but it still rings true today... An 'Occupation' is designed to 'Occupy' your time. You are, at the core, swapping 'X' hours of your life per day, to be occupied by your job, in order to receive a paycheck. A 'Vocation,' on the other hand is a 'job/work/line of study' that someone loves, and chooses to do. So therefore, by definition, the person who chooses to follow their vocation, as opposed to accept an occupation, never really works a day in their life, because every day, they are doing what they love to do. ... Makes sense, huh?
So, my quick advice ... Take stock of your skills/assets. Honestly think about what 'vocation' would you choose? Do Your Research! Take advantage of all the great resources that are available online, in your community, city and state. And, get prepared to be challenged like never before in your life, but also realize the peace and satisfaction that comes with truly following your dreams, and doing every day what it is you love to do.
Here's my quick results from a few short hours of business resource research...