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Friday, June 27, 2008

Break Even in Doing Home-based Business

Posted by iAMjett™ 3:44 AM, under , | 2 comments

Torn between the idea of letting go of a regular job in the office and running a home-based business instead? Find out how and why it shouldn't be a dilemma.

A fast-rising niche to date, home-based business has become the word of mouth of those people who want to end their dreadful days in the corporate rat race world, in the hope of freeing themselves from the rush of always catching up with office work loads, waking up every day without worrying about getting ready for work, commuting to a dead end job and answering to a boss who needs anger management 101. Apart from ll these, to consider the corporate layoffs happening, lack of job opportunities to some, high commodity prices; it is just necessary for most people to make good money and generate additional income. Thus, a better way to earn these extra bucks while spending quality time with our family is by venturing in to a home-based business.

Gain full control of your time, your money and your life are among the benefits you get in doing home-based business. That is why it's not at all that surprising to know that everyday, all sorts of people from allover the world, are opting to quit their jobs to do their very own home-based business. Some would even say that if you do it right, it could become your full time job. So, how about you?

But in as much as you want to, most of you cannot afford to just stop working and face the risks of putting up a home-based business. With the thoughts of uncertainties creeping in, many are quite afraid to lose their regular salaries for a number of reasons – the bills to be paid up before due, the family that needs to feed and clothe, among others. Having said that, most of you, if not all, will just decide to stay in the safer route and accept the security and stability bu unsatisfying and routinely salaried job.

But seeing things on a much broader perspective, to have the home-based business up and running doesn't necessarily have to make you resort to quitting your job. While the regular job takes care of the basic necessities of the home, you can make your home-based business take care of the extra amenities you need. Though this may sound exhausting but this path is the safest way to take for someone planning to do the niche. It is always wise to have a "fall back" just in case the business does not turn out as good as you thought of it, right? And the good thing here too is you get to experience becoming your own boss doing the things you love or do best! All it take is lots of handwork,creativity, patience and perseverance.

While a number of available options can be overwhelming if you are really planning to start your own home-based business on the side, there are many tried and true home-based businesses that may be just what you are looking for. The catch here is to firstly examine your skills and assess your talents, enable to know which home-based business suits you best. It is also recommended to weigh if you have the extra time and energy to undertake additional work loads associated with the home-based business. Having said that, you need to learn to manage well your time and juggle your responsibilities the right way.

Running a home-based business while doing your regular job in an office may appear before you as a tough thing to do but it will only feel like it in the onset. Eventually you'll get the hang of it and enjoy the smooth transition of having the best of both earning worlds. Setting a clear boundary and carving out time for your goals in life is the key to having a well-balanced home-based business while not losing the regular job you've been having.

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You may have come across this article when you search through the internet, please let it be known that I originally made this article and was just published online by a person who reasonably paid for it. This is not to discredit anyone on this regard but rather just for purposes of validating that I am a legit article writer.

i can totally relate to this..i have been doing freelance for 10 months now, have worked for 3 clients at the same time..way better than my previous employer, got paid much higher and i get to rest at times i want..downside of being a freelance is u don't get paid when u work on Philippine holidays..at times it gets boring, but who am i to complain? others are trying to look for jobs that are less stressful and be paid better..lucky me i got very good bosses and they treat me like a friend..so go go freelancers..

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A homegrown Cagaya-anon at his best; a Cebu BPO yuppie for 4 years and is bound to explore all other possibilities. Jetro Augustus Cortez Ramao, better shortly known as Jett, is an enthusiast of many sorts. iAMjett.blogspot.com serves as his avenue to influence and be influenced; to inform and get informed. Hop in and take more notice of iAMjett's being a ..:: good hearted guy + sneakerologist + movie-philliac + has a thing for airports, runways and jet planes + loves to sleep + complicated + non conformist + misjudged and misunderstood at times + doesn't talk much, listens more + caring + sentimental + OC + independent + did i mention OC? + strong willed and persistent + irrational and disobedient at times + used to hate places that require one to dance + maybe i like smiling now...loves cheese but is anything but cheesy + goes for almost anything spicy + has a fluctuating body clock + fickle minded + sensitive + grumpy at times + considerate + practices "delaying gratification" : ::..

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