Category: Homebiz Management

And Never The Twain Should Meet

For many people, working from home sounds like an ideal arrangement. You don’t have to waste time commuting to and from the office, you can be there for your children when they come home from school, you don’t have to answer to anyone but yourself and you can work the hours that suit you … not…
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September 26, 2016 0

You Want To Do What? The Spousal Support Checklist For Talking About Going Part-Time

Uh-oh. Getting some signs that your spouse may not be thrilled with your decision to work fewer hours and thus, bring in less household income? As a marriage partner, your decision to change to less than full-time work is not an independent one. Like with your boss, there’s some convincing to do. But on the…
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September 26, 2016 0

Registering A Business

Some view business as a means to personal freedom and financial independence. They take up the challenge voluntarily and with high expectations. Others take to business with a sense of trepidation as a solution to ‘unemployment’, an alternative that is forced on them due to cruel circumstances. Whatever the motivation, the mechanism and steps involved…
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September 26, 2016 0

Cash Flow And Business Funding

In the article, ‘The Business Plan: Helping You Get Started‘, we raised these questions – Where will you get the necessary RM to start and grow your business? From your savings, loan from family, friends or would you consider taking a bank loan? In fact, one of the most crucial issues covered in the Business Plan…
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September 26, 2016 0

Finding The Way Home

It’s very frustrating to receive an email from someone that says, “I really need to work at home. Please help me.” It would be impossible for me to make any kind of recommendation to this person. I receive emails just like this so frequently that I’ve created a template of the response that I send…
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September 26, 2016 0

Which Work Option Is Best For You?

Your home life, finances, and career goals will help you determine which work option is best for you at this phase of your life. Here is an overview of the most common full-time and part-time flexible work arrangements to consider. Full-time Flexible Work Arrangements In general, proposing a full-time flexible arrangement is an easier sell…
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September 26, 2016 0

Eight Ways To Stand Out From The Crowd

Sometimes I think we may feel that we have to do the big things in life to stand out from the crowd, to make a difference, but in my experience I have found that it is the little things that we do on a consistent basis that are usually the most powerful. I would like…
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September 26, 2016 0

16 Tips For Becoming A Better Writer

Whether you’re writing a memo, a letter, an article or a full-length novel, there are a few basic rules to keep in mind that will help your message first to be read and then to be better understood and accepted. Never Be Boring Your reader will forgive almost anything except you being boring. They don’t…
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September 26, 2016 0

Five Things To Consider Before You Quit Your Day Job

You may have dreamed of starting a home business for various reasons, but before you tell off your boss and quit your day job, consider these tips: 1. Your Present Job If there are company benefit plans, see when they will increase in value and whether or when you might receive money from them. Schedule routine…
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September 26, 2016 0

What It Takes To Manage A Homebased Business

It is 5.45pm. As I’m being briefed by my client over the phone, I nod at my daughters’ knock-knock jokes, worry about their upcoming school examination, sniff at the stew simmering in the pot and think of a new slogan, all at once – just another moment in a typical working day. Like anyone who…
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