7 Easy Steps To A Home Based Business!

Written by BB Lee

7 Easy Steps To A Home Based Business by BB Lee (C)2003

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According torepparttar Small Business Administration nearly 20 percent of Americans are working out ofrepparttar 117314 home at least on a part time basis.

The SBA forecast thatrepparttar 117315 number of home based business owners will continue to expand rapidly inrepparttar 117316 next decade. Why? People hit byrepparttar 117317 recent downsizing of their companies are searching for alternate ways to supplement their earnings.

Are you ready to takerepparttar 117318 plunge and start your own work at home enterprise? It's rare to find a hard working individual who hasn't dreamed of quitting his 9 to 5 and striking out on his own.

But there are a few caveatsrepparttar 117319 average person should take into due consideration.

Although many home business owners have experienced success, working solo is not for everyone. It can be a hard road with almost no rewards inrepparttar 117320 beginning. This translates to zero profits. It may take one to two years, or even longer, before they earn profits. Discouraging to sayrepparttar 117321 least. The prime reason why many home business ventures fail inrepparttar 117322 first few years.

Well if you are still determined to forge ahead and start a home based venture...take a look atrepparttar 117323 following important steps.

1. Select Your Business. Select a business you are sure you can do well in and that people are actually willing to pay you money for.

2. Start Planning. -What will you charge. -Who are your customers. -How will you reach your customers. -How will you market your business. -What's your unique selling point. -When will you open for business. -Where will you set up your office.

"Who wants to Be a Millionaire?"

Written by George Papazoglou

There's a scandalous secret that holdsrepparttar average "Joe" from abundance and infinite wealth...

You see, there's an avalanche of propaganda that... subconsciously disorientates average people, from discoveringrepparttar 117313 path to smashing success and personal power.

Let me unveil to you a story derived from a real world case...

David Kennedy, an "ordinary" employee in a Computer Software company, decided to launch his own Internet Based Business and quit his daily job.

However his courageous venture to being self-employed and independent , set on "fire" his boss's mood, including his very own family.

In a few words Mr. Kennedy was a big "Risk-Taker".

Everybody was trying to stop him from attaining total control with his life's destiny and withdrawrepparttar 117314 "risks" of quitting his "career"... everybody.

Despite allrepparttar 117315 psychological war David was imposed to confront, inrepparttar 117316 face of every obstacle you can imagine, he still frenetically pursued his Ultimate Goal... to become...

Become a Self-Made Millionaire by Eliminating any Negative Influence, that would Massacre his Determination for Personal Success.

After just 2 years of consistency, willingness and credence in his home based Internet Business, David *finally* started reaping immense returns on his Software web site.

A Fortune, A Small-Empire was Born...

He started his own business inrepparttar 117317 midst of 2001, whenrepparttar 117318 Internet "Gold Rush" of e-commerce skyrocketed by almost incalculable profits.

Inrepparttar 117319 earlies of April 2003, David accumulated a pure profit of approximately $27,000,000... solely by devoting 2-3 hours of labor a day, fromrepparttar 117320 comfort of his computer desk!

 Now what'srepparttar 117321 didactic moral paradigm of this *real* story?

Which isrepparttar 117322 core secret of a self-made millionaire?

What really differentiatesrepparttar 117323 idiosyncrasy of a wealthy individual fromrepparttar 117324 masses of "mortal" examples?   We can extract 5 basic, yet highly-powerful characteristics: * The unadulterated desire to succeed... * An uncommonly motivated mindset... * A rock-solid marketing plan. * The Intrinsic charisma of taking critical decisions. * The Extrinsic motivation by studying Real World Success Cases. 

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