Starting small is considered to be the most logical and a powerful step in starting up a business This is recommended most especially for individuals who lacks enough capital and for those who were not born with entrepreneurial genes. This is another business opportunity that nicely ties in with running your own blog, if you start to build a large user base with your newly found blog then you can always take the route of affiliate marketing whereby you provide a link to a purchasable product on a third party website and when someone clicks through and purchases something you will receive a percentage of that sale.
This summer I am going to start a couple of my own side businesses and a few of the ideas in your article sound really fun and interesting to me. I also think that having the variety of running several small side businesses will help me combat boredom and increase my experiance with entreprenuership.
That’s a whole lot of money for most of us. Another potential disadvantage is that if you want to be your own boss, know that while you do operate your franchise you don’t generally determine how you run it. In many ways you’re not really your own boss, and that may not make you happy if you really want your own business.
As a 43 year-old former advertising creative director and copywriter who’s worked for clients like Pepsi, Kellogg’s and McDonald’s, I’ve met many passionate, sincere and determined individuals over the past 20 years who DESPERATELY wanted to set up their OWN small business and enjoy that professional FREEDOM.
Not stopping there, as companies are (finallly) acknowledging the benefits of remote working, ranging from reducing office expenses to enhancing employee morale, cloud workers (who work remotely by utilising cloud services) – and any other variations – they need help to support them; establishing cloud working services business and offering various services to cloud workers – including services to plug their business/work to the cloud – proves to be a lucrative business.