You will probably agree that due to other responsibilities you may have, that you have limited ‘spare’ time. You may have a day job as well as family responsibilities that take up the greater part of every day. It would likely be this spare time period that you would have to devote to starting a home business.
Being it is so limited you have to be particularly aware of wasting your time on non-essentials. These non-essentials definitely include reading every piece of spam/junk mail received in your inbox. They should be deleted or at the most glanced over and put somewhere that you can look at them some time when you have extra time. You need to focus on what opportunities you have already involved yourself with.
If you are at the stage of still researching companies to add to your business portfolio, that is important. However I would still think twice before I would consider doing business with spammers – seriously. In any case the point here is not wasting time, not how to ruin your reputation by associating yourself with spammers.
There is something that happens to people when they are under the pressure of starting one or more programs as part of building their business. It is almost hysteria as if it will be the end of the world by the next time the membership fees are due and so everything has to happen right now. Since the dues are so low it seems ludicrous to rush everything and maybe even throw it away if one whole month passes without progress.
Part of this neurosis is also being overly concerned with details that are not relevant. In no way does this mean you do not have to read the fine print and pay attention. What it means is there are some things that do not apply to you at this time and since you have limited time you should just move on and make a note to go back later if applicable.
Particularly if you ask someone who is knowledgeable and they emphatically tell you not to be concerned right now (or ever) but you just can’t let it go, you may have this obnoxious malady. If you find a need to harass this person making them repeat what they said over and over again, you are wasting more than your own time.
It is not so much the disrespect shown when you ask a question and then argue or don’t believe the answer. Surely if you really don’t understand, you might ask them to explain further, but eventually you need to accept the answer and stop wasting time going over and over it. Respectfully asking for more explanation is definitely preferable to ignoring the person’s instructions and forcing them to repeat the instructions several times.
In any case use your time wisely and learn how to prioritize all the things you need to do. You can do this best by getting rid of all the time wasters that are impeding you from making progress with your business. Always remember that everyone’s time is important so try to be considerate of others.