Having a chronic illness can make being employed tricky...
- Commutes to and from work can be stressful and exhausting (that’s without the actual "work" in between).
- Little or no flexibility in working hours can made it difficult on those "bad" days.
- Time off sick or to attend medical appointments can sometimes be difficult for employers to understand.
- Employers’ and colleagues’ lack of understanding or incorrect assumptions of your chronic condition can make day-to-day working difficult.
There is another way…
You get to choose when you work, so it fully fits around your life and needs.
You can choose who you work with, ensuring that you work with like-minded individuals.
You have full flexibility to take time off for any appointments that you need to attend.
You build a business that works for you and enables you to live a happier life.
The Chronic Entrepreneur: How to Set Up and Run Your Own Business Alongside a Chronic Condition will show you how running and setting up your own business is possible, even with a chronic condition.