On the other hand, if your business is just starting out, don’t jump to the conclusion that you need an office space. You might incur a lot of unnecessary expenses that you could put toward a lot of other useful things like marketing, a solid web site, a good business coach, or just socking it away for a rainy day.
Finally, consider your personality. Introverts tend to do quite well working from home, but you should actively work to get out of the house sometimes. Extroverts tend to do well working in an environment where other people are milling about.
Deciding whether to rent an office space or work from home can be a big decision, but taking the right pros and cons into account, you can make the best decision for you and for your business.
Do you rent or work from home? Do you like working with others or on your own? Share your thoughts in the comments below!
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