Category: Work At Home – Starting Out

How To Start a Residential House Cleaning Service

If you want your own business and you don’t have much money to get started, a residential house cleaning service may be just what you need – especially if you have a neat streak running through your veins. Once established in this kind of business, you can easily make the transition to office cleaning, or…
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7 Great Reasons To Start An Office Cleaning Business

The fear of not earning enough money keeps many people from starting their own office cleaning business. Another common fear is that unless they work for someone else, they will have no real security.  But natural entrepreneurs know that money flows when they, not anyone else, are in charge of their own destinies. My partner…
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Candle-Making – Lessons Learnt From A Homebiz Venture

Most people like to talk about their successful business ventures and rarely does anyone mention about their failed projects. The sad thing is that, most of the time, there’s even more to learn from failure, than from success. Thus, I would like to share my experience with a home-based project, which didn’t quite cut it and share the lessons I learnt…
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How To Start A Children’s Play Group

Children have become the victims of the present day pressure-packed urban lifestyle. More often than not, both parents work outside the home and children are left in the care of grandparents, a maid or babysitter. Such children miss out sorely in one of the most critical stages of growing up – mother-child bonding. Infants and…
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Telecommuting: Convincing the Boss!

Telecommuting is without a doubt one of the most satisfying ways to perform a job. Research consistently points to increased job satisfaction and productivity among telecommuters, and employers are seeing reduced real estate costs and lower employee turnover. And the trend towards telecommuting is growing. A study by the International Telework Association and Council found…
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Telecommuting Proposal

How many days a week should you ask to work from home? If you’re excited about the prospect of telecommuting, you may have blissful visions of working from home five days a week, with occasional forays into the office for meetings. Maybe your notion is to propose telecommuting five days a week, leaving you room to…
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Setting Up A Home-Based Graphic Design Company

There comes a time when every salaried Designer asks himself whether he has what it takes to make it on his own. However, being a Graphic Designer employed by a Design House or Advertising Agency or Publishing House is quite different from being one who works from home.  It is not easy for a fresh…
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Perfecting Your Translation Skills

The Institute of Translation and Interpreting (ITI), the UK’s leading trade association for professional translators and interpreters, keeps an up-to-date listing of translator and interpreter training courses run by universities and other institutes. You can reach ITI at iti@compuserve.com or call +44 171 713 7600. In Malaysia, translation courses are available at the Malaysian National Translation Institute…
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Translation – Turning Words Into Cash

Information is a prerequisite for progress and development. However, sometimes this information is only available in languages foreign to the user. Fortunately, the existence of a translation industry is helping people overcome language barriers in their search for information. Translators, therefore, are seen as important spokes in the wheel of information dissemination. Starting Out Once…
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5 Steps To Approaching Your Current Employer About Telecommuting

A question I am often asked by people who would like to telecommute is “How do I approach my manager or boss about this subject”? Many people fear that if they suggest telecommuting or working form home occasionally that they will be viewed as “less than serious” about their job. Of course if your company…
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