Entrepreneurship

There was a time when working from home was the dream of people working in the corporate world, but now thanks to the internet, a whole world of new possibilities has opened up. The internet has left people spoilt for choice when it comes to communicating, entertainment and doing business. With the advent of technology, people have discovered new avenues for conducting their business and a huge shift or shall we say migration has taken place in the world of business.

Whether you are someone who is thinking about starting your own business or a working mother who wants to spend more time with the kids, working from home is a great option. Not only will you be spending more quality time with your family but you will also be saving a lot of money by cutting back on a nanny, baby sitter, daycare center or after school care for the kids.

Here are 4 surefire ways to kickstart your very own business from home:

1. Create your own things
If you are skilled in painting, knitting, arts and crafts, then why not maximize your profit and create things you love at the same time? You can sell your handmade creations online and improve on your skills. There are many websites that promote and sell handcrafted items. The most popular ones are Etsy, Bonanza and even Ebay. If you have a penchant for everything organic then Abe’s Market place is the go to website to sell your handmade/home grown products. No matter what, there will always be someone out there who is willing to pay the price of your choice for a handmade item. That is why handmade items are comparatively having higher prices than factory made ones.

2. Sell goods
You can buy things in wholesale and sell them at a retail price on websites such as Amazon or Ebay. Just ensure the items are original and in good condition so that customers don’t leave a negative review for you. It is really important to have good ratings for your online store front these websites. Alternatively you can also sell your old or used products at a cheaper price if you are thinking to get rid of some stuff.

3. Sell your services
If you don’t have any products to sell, then you can sell your services to people. You can be a masseuse, baby sitter, daycare person, psychic service (for the crowd that prefers it), or any other service that can be done from home as long as its legal and you have a license for it should the profession require it.


4. Freelancing

There are tons of freelancing opportunities online that you can do. Whatever profession you are in, you can find a freelance version of it online. Whether its graphic designing, coding, writing, business consultation etc just research on it and you will find one.

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