Labor Day and Your Home Business

Labor Day and Your Home Business
Labor Day and Your Home Business

 

For most people, Labor Day signifies at day off from. A cool three day weekend, followed by a 4 day work week or 4 days of school. I remember working from holiday to holiday and didn’t really care why I had a day off, it was a just a day off. After doing some research, Labor has everything to do with your Home Business. You’re going to totally dig this.

The First Labor Day.
The first Labor Day was September 5th 1882 by the Central Labor Union in New York. Over the next several years, it was adopted across the United States. By 1894 a total of 23 States had adopted the holiday to honor workers. By June 28th of that same year, it Congress passed an act making the First Monday in September of each year a legal holiday.  Image result for first labor day

Why Labor Day.
Labor Day was created to honor the dedication to the social and economic achievements of the American workers who contributed to the Strength, Prosperity and well-bring of the United States of America.

How does Labor Day Affect Your Home Business?
Are you aware that it’s September? I ask that as a little joke but, not really. We tend to continue with our heads down, moving forward, growing each day with small victories each day.

Freedom!
As we celebrate today, what Freedom are you looking to create with your home business? For most, success and freedom revolves around money. As we move forward, we link money to a level of success. While money is definitely important, there are other aspects to what we do on a daily basis.
There is another aspect of imprisonment. It’s the prison that sits between our ears. On your journey to success, assuming that’s what you want, you will run into personal development audios and video.
As we move down the entrepreneurial road, you’ll hit those road blocks….Mostly the doubt and belief roadblocks. True Freedom comes when you know you can accomplish anything.

Your Turn.
What are you doing today to celebrate you?

Labor Day doesn’t exclude you because you don’t own a brick and mortar business. You are a business owner. I’m not telling you to take Image result for celebrate youthe day off, I’m telling you to celebrate you and your accomplishments.
In the paragraph before, we spoke of Freedom.
Take stock in what you have achieved in your Home Business over the last 12 months.

 

Relationships
Family Accomplishments
Business Growth
Personal Growth
Who You’ve Impacted
Business Growth
Lastly, Financial Growth

You are the center of your business, carrying all the pressure on your shoulders, take a couple minute for You and comment below One or More of your accomplishments.

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6 thoughts on “Labor Day and Your Home Business

  1. Mike Marko

    Those roadblocks that you’ll remove along the way will be the future foundation of your success. Great share! Thanks!

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  2. earl jones

    Steve, thank you for reminding us to celebrate the freedom we have to build our dreams. Great post!!!!

    Reply
  3. Sylvia Kalungi

    Take Stock and celebrate each win every blessed day. That’s the lesson I have taken from today’s post Steve.
    We in UK Dont celebrate Labor day, we simply labor on. No specific day for labourers to celebrate the harvest and the opportunity to labor 🙂

    Very powerful lesson altogether.

    Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Yea, LOL
      We tend to find reasons to take single days off throughout the year instead of having a nice long one. It’s weird

      Reply

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