New to the Work At Home Business

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by angeladuplaga, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. angeladuplaga

    angeladuplaga New Member

    Just wanted to say hi and that I am new to the whole Work At Home Business. I'm starting off slowly but if anyone has any advise for me, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank You

  2. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    Hi Angie and welcome.[​IMG]

    I will give you a quick tip here - make sure your link is clickable in your sig. There are instructions in your profile to help you with it but it is quite simple.. place around your link [​IMG]

    edited - first time the 'link thing didn't work!
  3. happywife

    happywife Gold Member

    From one Angie to another - welcome! [​IMG]

    There is a lot of advice that can be given. The basics are, don't fall for anything that claims to bring you in a lot of money quickly - it won't.

    Don't get pulled in too many directions at once - you'll get nowhere.

    Do some research and decide on a plan of action and then stay focused on it. There are a lot of distractions that will sidetrack you. [​IMG]

    Ask questions. If we know what it is you are considering we can help point you in the right direction. Everyone here is pretty friendly and helpful.

  4. cherie27

    cherie27 New Member

    For a work at business, do not expect the results will come overnight.
    Be persistent and consistence with your marketing.
    You will be successful.

  5. drknlvly6781

    drknlvly6781 Active Member

    My advice to you is to avoid Analysis Paralysis! Yes, its good to do plenty of research into what you want to do, any program that you want to join, and methods of marketing. But don't get so bogged down in the details of everything that you never do anything. There is a wealth of information out there on the internet, but it's not worth one red cent if you never get out there and do something. In short, view the information, find out what you want to do, then do it!!!
  6. AnthonyS11

    AnthonyS11 New Member

    Good luck Angie...and welcome to the forum!
  7. PavelBecker

    PavelBecker New Member

    Totally agree with drknlvly6781!

    You can spend enormous amount of time researching every business opportunity out there and never actually start anything. Do not be frightened buy this "home-based" or "Internet-based" thing.

    Do the same steps you would normally do with any other brick-and-mortar business opportunity:
    1. Identify the one you find interesting
    2. Find out if there are actual people working it and succeeding at it
    3. Make a decision and jump in head first!

    Remember: you can do an extensive research about a restaurant business, but eventually it will be up to you whether it will fall into the 95 percent of failures or succeed!

    Good luck!

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