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5. Plan for time differences. With all time zones, people we contact in different parts of world are not able to respond immediately.
6. Give others “benefit of doubt”. Cultural differences can affect how your communication is perceived. For example, responses from others can seem rude or impolite when that is not intention.
7. Make friends with people in other parts of world. Learn about their culture and places where they live. This can be a very rewarding part of operating a home business in a global marketplace.
A good home business opportunity will provide training and marketing resources to assist in Global Marketplace. A large network of experienced affiliates should be available, usually through internet discussion groups, so that anyone can learn how to succeed – no matter where you live!
Check out any opportunity and make sure you are comfortable with services and support they provide. Many of people you work with over internet will be from different parts of world. This can and should be an exiting part of your business!
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