Do I really need an office?

November 22, 2017

My story:  in 1996, I started working out of my house in a one-person business.  There were times when I did not feel like working, and so I did not... I would go do something that I really wanted to do, like mow the lawn (?) Right.  You gotta be kidding -  Nope, not kidding.  Sometimes my wife would ask me to do something, sure honey, and then three hours late, I would be finished cleaning the swimming pool, raking leaves and finally done painting the guest bedroom.  This was not working.  So, I began the search for an office for a single person.  Business address?  Check.  Secure locking office? Check. Janitorial? Check.  Telephone? Check.  Receptionist? Check.  Conference room? Check.  Copy machine? Check.  Coffee? Check.  Affordable?  Well, more than I was paying at home, but then I wasn't getting anything done there.  I needed "reasonable" costs, manageable costs, affordable costs - yes, Check.  I found an office that had all the facilities I wanted, paid for by the landlord, and cheap in comparison to buying or supplying all this stuff myself.  I am still here!  I liked the concept so much that I bought the building:  Citizens Business Center!

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