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Turning A Dream Into A Nightmare

Published on 7/26/2014
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To make money takes money, right? Or so many of us have heard and believed for years. So, when an individual seeks to open his own home business, he first seeks a way to obtain that money that he needs to make the money that he wants.

The majority of those in this very situation will take the quickest route possible: straight to the bank.

They will borrow the money they need and in the process risk items paramount to their ability to live, namely, their homes. Across the country individuals risk those things that they need the most, namely their homes, in the name of establishing a home business. However, the successful home business owner, the ones that end in the black every time, shun the idea of borrowing money.

Instead of drinking the kool-aid of debt, they have discovered a way to pay their way to success.

  

Instead of borrowing, these successful home business owners establish their business slowly by growing only as far as they can afford it.

They pay for their business items with cash, including inventory and supplies. When they pay in cash, they purchase inventory and supplies much more carefully, because they are using money that they have already worked hard for. Thus they select their investments wisely.

They also understand that when they grow a business slowly, the business has time to establish roots and thus longevity. They have the time to manage it because it does not grow out of control.

  

Finally, if the dreaming-of-a-home-business individual cannot afford to open his own home business with the cash he has on hand, he keeps his dream but does not sacrifice his home to get it. Instead, he transforms that dream into a goal, and he works all that much harder at his present job to make the dream a reality.

Once he has saved enough money, then he begins investing in the dream, the home business. At that point, the home business no longer is a dream that may turn into a nightmare, but it's the beginning of an end, with the end being the goal and the beginning being the dream.

The home business owner then has a reason to celebrate: he has just opened his own business without any debt.

  

 Home business owners across the country are sadly declaring bankruptcy and moving their families to smaller homes or apartments because of foreclosures. The home business does not have to be that same nightmare for every home business owner. Let your home business turn into a dream by paying off your debt and then paying for what you need with cash only. Doing so will lead you to a much more successful and peaceful end.

 

Leroy Ross

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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