What is the work like? What will I have to do?
It won't be much different from what you already do if you're working for someone else. You just have to manage your workload without someone standing over your shoulder every minute bossing you around (sounds great, doesn't it?) All you need are the skills you use in your regular life: managing time, following through, staying somewhat organised, and dealing with other people. These are skills most of us have, even if we've never worked in an office. Running errands, for example, uses this exact same set of core skills.
Will I be working all the time?
It's up to you. You choose your own hours. You can work from 8:00 am to noon every day and spend the rest of the day pursuing other interests. Or you can work from midnight to dawn if you're a night owl. You can work after the kids go to bed, or work 60 hours a week to save up enough money to take a year off and travel. IT'S TOTALLY UP TO YOU. You're the boss, and you make all the profits, so you can work as much, or as little, as you want.
Will I have to work with other people?
Yes and no. You won't have annoying co-workers or bosses. You don't have to worry about office politics. But you will need to interact with customers. However, these customers want the service you're providing, so you don't have to give them a sales pitch or do a song and dance— just simple, straightforward business. Plus, we have a sales program you'll have access to that does all the marketing for you, so you don't have to spend hours on the phone drumming up business.
What if I need help? Am I on my own?
You are not on your own. YOU GET FULL TRAINING AND SUPPORT! Remember, this is a legitimate field; people have been doing this for decades. Not only are there resources out there for you, I will personally mentor you AND make sure you're connected with other business owners who have been successful doing this and can offer you tips and encouragement.
How much will it cost me to run my business?
The good thing about this business is that you can run it from anywhere. Most people work out of a dedicated home office, but it's not strictly necessary. You'll need Internet connection, phone, a printer, and other inexpensive office tools (which you probably already have). Operation costs are minimal and profits will easily cover expenses with plenty left over.