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Looking for a Business that's a Good Fit for You?

Published on 12/29/2017
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If you are looking for a home-based business or any other way to make money working at home, then you have probably been overwhelmed with the information available online. You can't search for work at home opportunity on the internet without being bombarded by a million and one ads, all of which claim to be the next BEST work at home opportunity.
So, how do you know which one is a good fit for you? Well, there are a lot of factors, but I've tried my best to highlight some of the items to consider before jumping into a new business venture. My first recommendation is to answer the following questions as honestly as you can:
1. How much time are you willing to invest?
2. Do you want to work 100% from home or would you be able to work outside the home a set number of hours per week?
3. How much money are you comfortable with spending to start a business?
4. How much money do you expect to make from your company?
5. Do you enjoy working with people (in person, over the phone, online)? 6. Do you enjoy sales?
7. Do you prefer to work alone or with a group of people?
8. Make sure you do your due diligence researching the CEOs/Presidents etc. to understand their backgrounds, and what innovations they are bringing to your interested market or what they are trying to improve.
9. Does their environment mirror your beliefs and values?
10. Is the product or service something you can be passionate about, something that you would pay for if it were sitting on the shelf of a big box chain, and can you be proud to attach your name to the company?
Once you have the answers to these questions, you are better equipped to tackle the mounds of advertisements for work at home opportunities. The next step is to see how well your needs/wants/likes fit into the businesses available to you. Before agreeing to any company, find someone who is already doing the business and ask them the following questions:
1. How much time do you work each week?
2. What are your daily income-producing activities? (This will give you a better idea of what type of work is involved and whether or not it's a right fit for you).
3. What is the cost required to start? Ongoing operational expenses? 
4. Do I need employees? 
5. What is the product or service you sell?
6. How much money can I REALISTICALLY expect to make working "X" number of hours per week? (X being the number of hours you are willing to work)
Now that you have your answers, go ahead and write down the top 3 business opportunities that appeal to you. Then think it over. Starting a new business should never be a spontaneous decision, especially if there is a large financial investment. Take some time at least a couple weeks and sincerely think about and compare each opportunity until you feel confident with the one you've chosen. 
In closing, I do have a couple of warnings for you when searching for that golden opportunity:
1. If it sounds too good to be true, it most likely is.
2. You should NEVER…I repeat NEVER have to pay someone just to receive information about a job or business opportunity. 
Most importantly, be well informed. Do not give ANYONE your hard-earned money until you have the answers to your questions and the confidence in making the right financial decision.
2018 is a great time to look at your work from home options. If you are in contact with someone who is in business for themselves that you trust knowing they will be upfront and straight to the point, ask them questions to get insight why they chose to take a chance.
As for me, I jumped with both feet because I wanted to live life on my terms, not having to ask permission to take care of family obligations or if I just wanted to take a mini-vacation.  Operating a home business was the best decision I could have made because I can to do what I want when I want and you can too!
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