There are a number of goals you can make when starting a home business or small business, but only a few actually make a difference. …
I’ve seen one or two deals that offer systems to get rich quick. Too many of these are on the web. It sounds enticing. Work two hours a week from home, and soon you’ll earn a few thousand dollars a month until you can quit your day job. I’m all for getting rich quick. I’m also all for getting rich slowly.
From previous posts, you’ve learned that starting a home business is not expensive, competition is easy to find, and help is available from many sources. But what about revenue? I need to make money too! In this post, we provide a simple way of roughly calculating what your income needs are and compare them to expenses. Thanks to Jeff Williams of bizstarters.com for providing the general calculation example.
Pop-up shops are temporary businesses that set up shop, sell their services and then ship out. From your summertime lemonade stand to a brick-and-mortar bakeshop, pop-up shops come in all shapes and sizes. Here is a guide to starting a pop-up shop — however big or small