Have you ever wondered how other home-based small business owners deal with being stuck in the house all day long?
Remember, just because you have a home-based business doesn’t mean you have to stay home all the time.
Get out and get involved with at least one group in your community — perhaps a chamber, a community group, a civic group or industry group. These are also great places to meet people who may need what you have to sell.
On top of that, remember that there are still plenty of people in the world who don’t spend all their time on the internet or chained to a computer like a lot of us do. 🙂
What do you think? Take a minute and leave me a comment about how you deal with home-based business cabin fever.
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