The image of a bootstrapping entrepreneur starting a business at home is an iconic one, and many businesses not only start that way, but stay that way. That was my approach when I started my own home-based business, which I ran for more than a decade. People would often tell me they envied me for what seemed like an easier work life without a clock to punch or managers telling me what to do.
But those of us who have taken that leap know the reality of being self-employed and running a home-based business can be much different. For many
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