Stay at Home Jobs and Home Based Businesses - Dream Come True or Nightmare?Written by Charles Fuchs
Stay at home jobs and home based businesses have never had as much appeal as they have today. Chucking nine-to-five grind to stay at home is a dream that appeals to most of us. Really, you think, what’s not to like about not having to dress up, fight traffic, and endure bosses who lean over your shoulder every minute of day?
It’s easy to think a stay at home job or a home based business would be a dream come true, and for many people it is. Realistically, though, a stay at home job is just like any other job—you have to actually to work. And statistics show that people who have stay at home jobs and home based businesses generally work more hours per day than their counterparts who work in conventional businesses.
One problem that many people who work at stay at home jobs or who have home based businesses run into is what’s often referred to as “feast or famine syndrome.” They find their workflow is either too low or too high; in other words, they either have a lot to do or nothing. This makes it hard for people to budget their time and their money, and is especially hard for people just beginning stay at home jobs or home based businesses. It takes time to develop a steady base of clients for stay at home businesses, and even then there will be many times where everyone wants your product and/or service at same time. This can be very stressful when there’s only one person, you, to do everything. So if you’re planning on starting a stay at home job or home based business, it’s good to have a plan in place to help you deal with what can often be a roller coaster workload.
The feast or famine syndrome of a stay at home job or business leads to another difficulty. When you’re feasting, you’re making money—when you not feasting, you aren’t. It’s hard. One week you’re raking in money, and next week you’re barely squeaking by. This is where a stay at home job or home based business can, again, be more stressful than a conventional job where you’re paid on schedule and know exactly how much you’ll be bringing in every month. To deal with this, first of all, you need to have some money in bank before leaving your regular job for a stay at home job or to start a home based business—or to focus on that stay at home job or home based business that you’ve been working at part-time. Experts recommend that you have enough money saved to cover six months of expenses before leaving your job for any reason. This is especially important for people who want to stay at home and work or to start a home based business because it can greatly reduce stress that comes with feast or famine syndrome and give you some much needed breathing room.
Words that Sell - Internet MarketingWritten by Joanne King
Choosing your words will be ultimate make or break you in Internet Marketing industry and there are some words that will stand out like an Eskimo taking a walk through desert looking for his igloo.
These are types of words you want use to grab your visitors initial attention. And there are quite a few of them that work like a charm!
Words that I have found that draw in initial attention to get your visitors to stick around and read what you got to say are words like:
Free Guarantee You Help Cure Fix Money Discover Learn Giveaway Competition
That’s just a starting point and I’m sure you will find plenty more words that sell like crazy.
But now that you have their attention, rest of your words need to be just as alluring. Create intrigue and tell stories, add humour if it’s appropriate. People love that! I myself love hearing a great story with a bit of humour added to it.