Managing Your Home Based Online Business – 5

Written by Roy Thomsitt

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Now that you know what you need to focus on, start to put a bit of pressure on yourself. Not major pressure; that would be counter productive. Start to structure your future, whether one day, one month or one year. Set yourself achievable targets each day, week and month; a list of tasks that you need to do to help your business and you to grow. I use a good old fashioned diary, just to get my eyes away fromrepparttar screen a while, atrepparttar 148741 beginning and end ofrepparttar 148742 day, and at intervals as each task is completed. Here are a few tips that I try to stick to:

• Set out a series of tasks to do each day. Make sure they are achievable.

• If you have any regular daily, weekly or monthly tasks (you should have), build them into your diary in advance so they do not get forgotten. For example, I do a daily Blog. That’s there in my diary every day ofrepparttar 148743 week. You will need time set aside to consider finances. Put it in your diary in advance.

• If you have a long task to do, split it over a few days, rather than spend a whole day onrepparttar 148744 same thing. If it can be split into sub-tasks, allrepparttar 148745 better. For example, if you’re building a website, you may be able to split it into content headings or pages. Give yourself an achievable amount to do each day, allowing time for other things.

• Try to include one task per day that involves you increasing your knowledge and expertise. For example, if you have a new instructive ebook to read, set aside some time each day for it until finished. When finished, note in your diary to check on your implementation of suggestions you want to adopt. The same goes for new software and other new technology. A steady build up of knowledge can be planned for just by putting these things in your diary and sticking torepparttar 148746 plan. Trying to master something new all in one go may cause unnecessary frustration and weariness.

• If you really must surf for advertising credits, do that as your last set task ofrepparttar 148747 day, otherwise you may not achieve as much as you would have.

• If there’s something you can do away fromrepparttar 148748 computer screen, try to plan for it. For example, if you need to plan website content or write an article, you will benefit from at least thinking ofrepparttar 148749 main points by relaxing. If it’s warm, sit inrepparttar 148750 garden, somewhere to give you a break fromrepparttar 148751 computer.

• If you think you will benefit from so doing, userepparttar 148752 same diary to schedule in domestic activities too. Don’t forget, this is your home business. The home and your family are part of it. If you want to takerepparttar 148753 children torepparttar 148754 beach after school, schedule it in. You can do that and still achieve something for your business that day.

• If you find that a task cannot be completed, or its priority should be lessened, don’t try to force yourself to do itrepparttar 148755 day first scheduled. Reschedule it for another day.

Time management is a very personal thing, especially when you have your own business at home. I am sure you can adopt your own techniques that suit you best. The most important thing to remember, though, is that time needs to be managed. If you’re alone inrepparttar 148756 business, time is a major limiting factor. It is important you makerepparttar 148757 most of your time, and for your own morale, to end each working day feeling you’ve achieved something.

Roy Thomsitt is the owner of the home business websites and

Going public: The process for small and mid-size companies to go public.

Written by Joseph Quinones

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A reverse merger is accomplished byrepparttar purchase of, and reverse merger into an existing public shell company. This is inexpensive compared withrepparttar 148740 conventional initial public offering (IPO), this is also a simplified fast track method by which a private company can become a public company.

For more information on reverse mergers visit: or read my article on under small business.

Regulation D (504) offering: Underrepparttar 148741 Securities Act of 1933 any offer to sell securities must either be registered withrepparttar 148742 SEC or meet an exemption. Regulation D provides three exemptions fromrepparttar 148743 registration requirements, allowing smaller companies to offer and sell their securities without having to registerrepparttar 148744 securities withrepparttar 148745 SEC.

While companies using a Regulation D exemption do not have to register their securities and usually do not have to file reports withrepparttar 148746 SEC, they must file what is known as a “Form D” after they first sell their securities.

This offering is not exempt from State securities filing requirements. With an regulation D (504) offering you are permitted to raise up to a million dollars within a year but there is no minimum amount and in order to go public you must sell to minimum of 35-40 investors at least a round lot (100 shares) each.

This offering is not exempt fromrepparttar 148747 securities Act of 1933 anti fraud provision. (No securities are exempt from this provision).

Step # 6. Have a broker dealer file a form 15c211. Again your consultant will introduce you to a broker who will filerepparttar 148748 15c211and be a market maker inrepparttar 148749 securities ofrepparttar 148750 company.

For more information visit:

Joseph D. Quinones

Joseph D. Quinones, President of Genesis Corporate Advisors has spent over 25 years in the securities industry. In 1992 he founded JDQ Financial Group, Inc. and proceeded to build it up from a one man operation to the point where it employed many traders, advised numerous client and generate millions in revenues.

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