Sunday, 27 December 2015

Opportunities of Making Money Online at Home

It is no secret that the internet is
laden with wonderful opportunities
in order to make more money.
During these hard times when
anyone will surely grab at the
chance to earn that extra buck to
help him sustain his daily needs, any prospect at making money online at home would be a great idea.

Many people have taken up the call
to make more money via the cyberspace due to the pressing needs of the times. If you are still
part of the skeptical who do not think that there are many viable money making prospects while you are logged on to the internet, it is
suggested that you read on and be enlightened by this article on the different opportunities of
making money online at home.

One of the various ways of making money online at home is through internet or affiliate marketing. If you already have your own personal website or blog which you regularly
update, perhaps it is now time for you to make money off it through internet marketing. This marketing concept basically allows a person to
advertise or sell his products or services over the website for a targeted audience to see. Now
if your website or blog has a daily following, then you may want to add banner ads or include web links of your clients to your site. When your readers go through your site, they may then click through the links or the banner ads that you have added to your site.

Internet marketing is a good home based online business especially if you are knowledgeable in this area as majority if not all of the companies these days make use of internet or online marketing to advertise and sell their products.
Furthermore, it is virtually easy to maintain and you are hardworking enough to keep it going.

Another way of making money online at home is by becoming a virtual assistant or freelance
writer for outsourcing companies. Many companies these days hire people online because it helps them get the job done on time and at the same time they are able to hire more
competent people to do the job regardless of where the person may be around the globe. Another good prospect of making money online
even when at home is through the selling of your handicrafts or baked goodies over the net.

If you happen to be a good cook or baker or perhaps are simply just good at creating knick knacks for the home, then it is time to bring your products to a wider market. Through the internet, you will be able to reach more people who may want to try out your products which thus in returns means cash flow for you.
The idea of making money online at home is no longer unusual. It has become so commonplace in any part of the world because of the obvious need of people to create more means of making a living for their respective families.

As long as you know that the job that you do is nothing bad or illegal, there is actually nothing to be ashamed of when you say that you make money doing work online.

If you are ready to create multiple streams of income in 2016, think of online home business. There're tons of information regarding this topic online for you to self educate yourself. Don't sit and wait for white collar job,your boss may fire you today so before he do while not get him FIRED! You will succeed.
(Ewen Chia)

Think Positive.

6 Tips to Success From a 7-Time Entrepreneur (Levi King). 

Levi King is the founder of Nav (formerly Creditera), which is dedicated to guiding business owners on business credit scores and the complex world of financing a business. But, this venture it isn’t his first rodeo. Having successfully founded seven businesses in areas ranging from manufacturing to technology, plus investing in a host of others, he’s learned some compelling lessons along the way.

I have been lucky to hear some of Levi’s best advice. Here are six of
his most powerful lessons that can benefit other entrepreneurs.

1. Do what others aren’t willing
to do.

He’s not the first to say it, but Levi knows first-hand that one of the keys to entrepreneurial success is being willing and able to do what others won’t do. One example came from his former manufacturing business, where he found that his greatest success in gaining new
customers was from cold calls. Levi
hated making those calls, but he knew that if he spent the majority of his time doing them, he would not only get better at them, but garner more business.

Many entrepreneurs might stop after a few calls or drag them out over long periods of time instead of focusing on them in every spare minute or instead of pursuing
business minutiae that doesn’t add value. If you want to be successful, you have to get out of your comfort zone and relentlessly pursue the types of activities  that lead to growth.

2. Don’t take it personally.

Another lesson from his cold calling days was not to take it personally when someone didn’t return a call. Levi’s strategy was to keep track of his calls and reference the number on the voice mail. He had one prospect he called 92 times. Each time, he said something along the lines of, “It’s Levi King and this
is the XXth voicemail I have left, and I want to get a hold of you because I
believe that I can be helpful to you,”
keeping the messaging positive.
He didn’t take it personally when people didn’t return his calls,they were just busy. When he met the man he called 92 times at a trade show, the gentleman joked that he was going to punch him for leaving so many voicemails. However, he
then acknowledged that he knew who Levi was, and he hadn’t returned the call only because he was waiting on a budget decision. That persistence and positive
attitude helped Levi stay focused on
sales, instead of letting his ego hold him back.

3. Experience the pain, then train.

Getting out of your comfort zone can be challenging as being an entrepreneur and creates the desire to delegate that task to someone else. However, Levi says that
you should never delegate a task until you have experienced the pain of the task yourself.
Taking a “feel the pain, then train”
strategy means that you will know exactly what the opportunities and pitfalls are of that particular task. Then, you can use your passion for the business and knowledge of the tasks together to be more effective at training an employee. Without the firsthand knowledge, you won’t get the most out of your employees,
especially in areas like sales.

4. Hire hidden gems.

Levi says that many companies are
inclined to hire those with fancy resumes that use big buzzwords and have top-tier educations. But, he advocates that you don’t rule out the underdogs. “They have something to prove,” he said. He also says that those types often have to start
somewhere else and ultimately go find their passion by switching roles, so keep an eye out for those who know what they want and are hungry. He also advocates looking beyond the first interview. “Interviewing is a skill,” he says, which doesn’t translate into
whether that person will be a good
employee. “People who are nervous in a first interview might be able to be better evaluated in a second interview when they are more relaxed,” Levi suggests. He
also says to take them on an office tour and ask your interview questions more causally as you walk. That will put people’s guard down, and you can often make better judgments. He does warn to beware of people who switch jobs frequently. Once is ok, twice
maybe if they have a long history, but those that leave every nine months should raise a red flag, no matter how stellar their explanation.

5. Embrace that there are at least
20 right ways to do something.

As opposed to quickly getting rid of the tasks that are outside of their comfort zone, most entrepreneurs have a hard time delegating the things that they like to do or are good at, believing that nobody
can do these tasks as well as they can. But, this unwillingness to delegate over time creates a cap to growth. Levi says that you have to embrace that there are “at least 20 right ways to do something
and around three wrong ways.” If
someone is not actually doing it one of the three wrong ways, then it’s right; it’s just a different method than you would have picked. Getting comfortable with that notion will allow entrepreneurs to ultimately focus on the strategy and growth of the business.

6. Know how others see you.

Levi’s biggest lesson came at an early age, when he had a falling out with a co- founder over his spur-of-the-moment firing of an employee. This led to them implementing 360-degree reviews, where all team members gave anonymous
feedback. To Levi’s surprise, his team viewed him differently than he viewed himself, giving him strong marks where he thought he was weak and vice versa. That led to a realization that other people’s reality is reality in business. He advocates finding out how others view
you as a leader and also how they view your company and not getting defensive but rather using that as a way to realign how you communicate and do business.

Having had to get out of my own comfort zone a number of times (including quitting that stressful day job) and being particular myself launching out with my idea,talent,skills and passion and about the way things get done, I know firsthand how valuable this advice
can be.

 I hope you will consider doing things differently like Levi suggests above as a way to grow yourself -- and your business. You will succeed.

Think Positive.