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Oct 23

My Work From Home Business – How Important Are Earnings?

Money is important.  Before considering any work from home business, you must decide how much money you want  in return for your efforts. I don’t expect anybody to pay me for not working, but I do expect to be well paid for the work that I do.  I already know how much I need in order to support my family in the style we enjoy. You must decide for yourself. Be realistic, but don’t be afraid to shoot for your dreams.  

Decide first how you want to live and then figure out how much you need each year in order to live at that level. Explore different businesses and choose what feels right for you.  I never liked working for somebody else–to let them set my schedule or decide how much I could earn. I want a business where my earnings depend strictly upon: 1) how thoroughly I check out my options, 2) how well I learn the new business system, and 3) how much effort I put into the business.

The more promising home businesses that I’ve found involve marketing a product or service (POS.) I don’t want the responsibility today of owning a brick-and-mortar business. I prefer to have no employees, or as few as possible. I want to work when I choose, and take off whenever I please. I’d also like to be able to oversee my business while I travel. A good system will allow me to do these things.  I still want to earn a significant income-and I’m willing to put in the time and energy necessary to set up and oversee the “system” discussed in Key #1.  

Some people’s lives might change with an extra $500 to $1000 per month. Others may need significantly more. I see nothing wrong with earning $25,000 or $50,000 per month (or more,) and I know I can deliver POS with that value. I’ve done it before. So my search focused on a home-based business that can provide everything I’ve mentioned. I understand that any new business must build over time, so I might earn little or nothing in the first few weeks, while learning the system. I can allow for that possibility by continuing part-time work elsewhere, reducing my expenses, or by putting aside some money now in preparation for any dry spells.  

For me personally, I looked for a business where my earning potential is at least $250,000 per year. A paper route won’t do this. Becoming a massage therapist is unlikely to do so for me. I doubt that I could stuff that many envelopes (if this is legit-I’m still not sure.) I’d be bored with medical billing and could never earn the money I want doing this-but that’s just me. So I looked at several options that 1) Include a good marketing system, and 2) Offer the potential for me to earn what I want, and 3) Permit me to work from home.  

Whatever business you choose, be certain that it can deliver the amount of money that you want. Ask questions. Look for proof, not wild claims. As much as possible, make sure that others marketing the same POS with that system are earning what you and your family need or want.  

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