Home Based Business Opportunities

Learn EXACTLY How to Set up an Online Business

I was travelling years ago and picked up a copy of the “How to set up an online business” magazine at the airport. The book was so helpful I ended up reading it multiple times – earmarking pages, high lighting, underlining and making notes. This book is amazing…

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5 Productivity Tips for Working from Home

Does the nature of your business require you to work from home? If so, you’re not alone. In fact, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 24% of U.S. workers did their work partly or entirely at home. There are many who thrive in a home environment and actually find it to be quite conducive for productivity. However, there are others who dread the temptations that come with the territory — pajamas, television, and puppy videos galore, just to name a few. It takes a lot of discipline to keep yourself productive while you work from home, but here are a few tips you can practice from the comfort of your living room couch.

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How to Develop a Business in Restoring Old Buildings

The renovation of old buildings is unique work, and it takes a unique mix of personality, tools, and skills to be successful at it. When you’ve got the right combination, it can make you a very good living. Here is an article on how to develop a business restoring old buildings!

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5 Business Ideas To Start On Your Smartphone

People are smart these days, and there is a reason why that is. Here is a business case example: When the world learned that a brick-and-mortar outfit was not going to be able to make it without a bit of e-commerce, websites sprung up and made history. But did the buck stop rolling there? Certainly not! A paradigm shift happened, and what we notice now is that most youngsters with the business itch have begun using their mobile phones to start a venture – some of them have become very successful too. If you want to be a successful mobile business entrepreneur, here are five businesses that you can start just by using your smartphone!

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6 Things to Consider Before Partnering Up

These entrepreneurs—and members of The Oracles—share their hard-won wisdom about what to watch out for before joining forces with a business partner.

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Tilit Chef Goods: Clothing for Today’s Chefs and Restaurants

Source: Shopify After 17 years in kitchens, I sought to create a new source for clothing and community for today’s chefs and restaurants. While working full time as private chef to Jerry Seinfeld, I launched the business with lots of advice from fellow cooks, research on the fashion industry and a few great advisors (including […]

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6 Excellent Low Cost Business Ideas

I have learned one of the most important things about starting a new business is to just get going. You can personally get so tied up in the planning stage that it can be paralyzing. Not to mention that everyone you tell your business idea to will undoubtedly have a negative comment to make. It’s not that they don’t believe in you. Rather, it is the fear inside of them that they project onto you; in an attempt to spare you from the failure they fear themselves.

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How To Create The Perfect Home Office

If you work from home, or are planning to, it is important to know what to look for when buying a new home with the perfect home office space.

You want to start a home business, but your current home isn’t really suited to it. So, you’re on the hunt for a new one. Here’s what to look for in a home that’s suitable for running a home business.

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Is It Safe To Buy Real Estate At Auction?

I realize there are a lot of real estate “flippers” out there. With all of the television programs on it makes it all look almost too easy. Most flippers will tell you that buying the property is the hardest part. Most successful flippers will also say, buying a property is when you make your money. You have to buy it right and make sure you do not over pay for the property.

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Start Your Own On-Demand Pet Walking Business

I have a friend, let’s call her Colleen. She’s been down on her luck the past few years and has not been able to catch a break. Divorced, lost her job, 16 year old son causing her grief – I’m sure you get the picture. Colleen has always worked for someone else and she is tired, frustrated, pushing 43 and looking for a better way to live.

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