There is no doubt we can "do it" but we need facts for planning first.
Remember Plan the Work -- Work the Plan.
Nothing could be more true than when starting work from home.
The home business seems like a good idea - but.
You can't go into business "blind" and expect success - just because you "arrived" on the scene.
It is impossible to over emphasize how important it is really "know" when you have "the" true idea.
The initial questions must be what is a successful business to you? It meets your needs - right? But is that the right perspective? Shouldn't we ask if our business will be the business others look to meet their needs - better than any other? The truth is the idea doesn't have to be brand new - just a better mouse trap - a better quality product than offered by anyone else.
We want our clients - yep clients - to see, feel and actually hear themselves say "wow - I have got to at least try this!" A Great Business Idea We do these ideas come from anyway? They come from our every-day experiences.
We are constantly bombarded by people, experiences, and emotions.
What about the last time the power went out? Remember - if you are like me you lost hundreds of dollars of food in the refrigerator and a lot of frustration.
Imagine, if somehow - very quickly after a storm, you could restore your own power - or at least the power essential to cool the house and "save the bacon".
With little effort you will find a long list of "offers" and "special programs" that claim to be solar powered.
But technology being what it is and as complex as it is - we want to really know what we are looking at - do we want it? Will our clients say "thanks" if we convince them to buy it? But imagine telling the client - once you have that product - look around after the next storm in the early evening.
Your lights are on, the AC is running and the refrig is cools - along with that case of Bud! All around the neighborhood - dark homes, or flash lights or very noisy gas generator or two.
There it is - the unique selling position - and profits.
How about the other extreme - lets say "rent a toy".
The latest toy or fad is given at a party - days later it lays in the corner, neglected for a new shiny thing.
Why ask families to pay for the full toy.
We can set up a store to rent-out those special "hot" toys for "use" at parties.
Imagine, the money the client saves and the number of new clients that will flock to you to solve their need.
Do Your Homework Once you strike on an idea, do not rush in without first evaluating your idea strategically.
You must ask: 1) how risky is the approach; 2) how much cash is needed; 3) will clients "front the money"? Then see if you can determine the reason no one has already tried the idea? You don't have to be the first to think of it, or the first to do it.
You just want to be the first to deliver exactly what the client is search for - service, quality, patience attention to their needs.
There is no point selecting an idea that we love but holds no interest for our clients.
Don't let the emotion of the moment carry you away - we are introducing the newest products? No one cares - we must introduce something that people will spend their money on.
Remember the key principle to success - more money in than out of our pocket! The champion of a new product to the market is not always the "winner".
New start ups must be effective to survive.
Just ask that critical question, "what is the product" and "who wants it enough to pay for it?" Homework and Study is Rewarded The work put in the "front end" of an idea will pay off handsomely on the "back end" - where the income starts to flow.
There are a lot of scams out there, we have to watch our step and be very selective in choosing the right process to enter the internet market.
Our research found a lot of "turn key" special, no fail systems that were all air and no substance.
But any search will have challenges.
We were rewarded when we found the Who Loves Money program.
It has an exceptional approach, step by step to entering and succeeding in internet marketing.
Consider the cost of all those "special programs" and then look at Who Loves Money.
Get the Maximum From Your Search Many programs take the money and run - never to be seen again.
It is a terrible way to destroy faith and confidence.
But some ethical programs offer free introductory materials to encourage a thorough evaluation of the concept and approach.
If you follow this approach, look for those program that will provide a free introduction to their approach.
Take it - it is free.
Then wring it out - stretch your mind and consider all the options available.
Somehow when the student is ready the teacher will appear.
We will simply "know" which one is right for "me".
It will fit the style, the profile and quality we will warm up to quickly.
Finally Take The Plunge! At some point we simply have to "pull the trigger" - the truly successful will quickly admit - they had to really search, test, try, prod and probe before they found the "magic bullet".
Waiting for the perfect system or the guaranteed profit will simply delay your final discovery.
Don't wait, 1) research your idea; 2) do the homework on the market; 3) take your reward, get the maximum from your search; 4) stretch and reach for the stars - take the benefit from the "free offers" and then - 5) Act! You will actually be relieved when you make that decision - it liberates you and somehow "opens" up your mind to a long list of possibilities that can lead to that business you will grow into and finally love beyond your wildest dreams.
That is when the first dollar of your first million will "appear" followed by more and more as you get better at your chosen path - nothing but good luck and strength await you!