Make Your Fortune as a Professional Finder

Written by J. Stephen Pope

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Just asrepparttar business that sells something pays its sales staff, likewiserepparttar 117494 seller generally paysrepparttar 117495 finder's fee. The seller isrepparttar 117496 one that makes a profit fromrepparttar 117497 sale and so usually isrepparttar 117498 one that pays commissions or finder's fees.

However, if a buyer is particularly anxious to buy something, he might offer a finder's fee. Therefore, it is possible to collect such fees from eitherrepparttar 117499 seller orrepparttar 117500 buyer.

It is possible to find finder's fees opportunities offered in magazines, newspapers, and newsletters. You can find additional opportunities by doing your own research. Use your contacts, reference and phone books atrepparttar 117501 library, repparttar 117502 Internet, persons you know (or don't know) who might have repparttar 117503 information you need, as well as other sources to find what is needed.

For example, if someone tells you they can't find a pilot with an airplane outfitted with geophysical survey equipment, have you considered talking to airport employees, pilots, business acquaintances, exploration companies and manufacturers?

Make sure that all your communications and dealings (telephone, correspondence, letterheads, contracts, et cetera) reflectrepparttar 117504 professional nature of your business. You must be willing to dorepparttar 117505 necessary legwork and research required to earn your finder's fee. As well, you must project a business-like, professional image and protect yourself with written contracts and other documentation. Above all, you must follow through and diligently apply what you have learned. In that way, you, too, will become a highly paid professional finder.

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Your Perfect Home Business May Be Right In Front of You!

Written by Angela Wu

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So how do you go about deciding on a business? Start by asking yourself several questions:

* What are your interests? What skills have you learned from your current job or your favorite hobbies? Do something you love... business doesn't have to be a chore, it can be a joy! If you're passionate about your business you'll work harder (and have fun while you're at it).

* Are you a 'people-person' or someone who prefers less customer contact? There are people who adore talking to others and excel at it... these people are far more likely to do well with businesses that require lots of face-to-face customer contact than people who are uncomfortable dealing with strangers. * What are your strengths and weaknesses? An honest assessment can help you decide which business ideas are realistic and which are fantasy. For instance, an excellent writer won't necessarily be a great proofreader, which requires a high attention to detail.

* How much time, money, and effort can you realistically devote to a business? Every business is different... some require more financial resources upfront, while others require very little. Likewise, with some businesses you may see a profit in very little time (ie. dog-walking or an errand service), while with others it make take a year or more.

Take a good look at your skills and your interests... Your perfect home business could be staring you right inrepparttar face. Imaginerepparttar 117493 possibilities!


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