I admit it - working for someone else is really quite easy. You work, you get paid. Maybe not as much as you think you're worth, but every two weeks - or twice a month - there's a paycheck. Plus, the company picks up part of the cost of your insurance.
Working for yourself is more risky. The paycheck isn't as steady. However, you get paid according to how much you work. You can decide how much you want to put into your business, and how much you want to get paid. So - work some, get paid some. Work lots, get paid lots more. The potential is huge.
Unless you have a spouse who works & gets benefits, you will have to pay for your own insurance. But, all your health care expenses - including preventative care! - is tax-deductible. Set up your business correctly, and you can expense your supplements, your gym membership, your haircuts and a ton of other things too. Depending on your situation, you can shift about $20,000 in personal expenses to legitimate business expenses - which are tax-deductible.
Starting a business from home is a huge tax benefit. Start a business with a company with a proven track record - almost 50 years - and with superior products that are easy to use and talk about. Join my team and you'll be in business FOR yourself, but never BY yourself.