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    Home business guide (P.2)
       May 19th, 2006

    Risks. They are inevitable. It is better to be prepared to deal with them from the start. The wise approach is to reduce them.

    1. Know what it takes to succeed. (be prepared to rely only on your own ability to achieve financial security; you will never get any opportunity in life unless you have first created value for someone else)
    2. Try to be different.
    3. Investigate your market.
    4. Get the best resources.
    5. Develop and maintain a positive attitude.
    (loving what you’re doing; learning new things; gaining extra energy)
    6. Be daring, but don’t be reckless.
    7. Heed your own advice.
    8. Act!

    Business Success

    In ‘Your Own Business’, Wal Reynolds, Warwick Savage and Alan Williams summarize the rules for success in small business as:

    •    Create and build the business on a real market opportunity (find a niche).
    •    Identify or create some distinctive competence and convert this into a sustainable competitive advantage.
    •    Realize that competitive advantage is temporary; the firm will either be extinct or different in five years’ time; therefore planning ahead and the search for new opportunities must go on continually; and change must be welcomed.
    •    Create and improve the firm’s image.
    •    Strive to be the best rather than the biggest.
    •    Remember that success comes from finding and/or creating opportunities.
    •    Build on strengths and concentrate effort and resources.
    •    Recognise the difference between efficiency and effectiveness.
    •    Innovate.
    •    Seek and use expert advice.
    •    Recognise the various types of risk.
    •    Avoid being over-dependent on others.
    •    Get rid of unprofitable and/or unsaleable products and services.
    •    Manage the firm’s resources efficiently and effectively.
    •    Realise that every business/management decision and action will affect the firm’s survival-ability.
    •    Use time efficiently and effectively.
    •    Keep good records.
    •    Regard cash flow as the life-blood of the business.
    •    Hire the right people, use them and involve them in the business, reward them wisely and get rid of all ‘dead wood’.
    •    Continually update product knowledge and technical skills.
    •    Regularly review the suitability of the firm’s location.
    •    Learn from errors made and do not repeat them.
    •    Watch for signs of mental stress and, if these are found, decide on the cause and deal with it.
    •    Be decisive and assertive — decide on the best course of action and follow it.
    •    Believe in yourself and your business.

    [tag]resume, job site, job opportunity, employment, self-employed, home business, business opportunity, employment[/tag]

    Cover letters
       May 19th, 2006

    Sometimes people are so excited about job opportunities that in a hurry (not to miss their chance) dispatch resumes and cover letters with statements similar to (linguistic errors, etc., are not corrected on purpose):

    •    ”I demand a salary commiserate with my extensive experience.”
    •    ”I have lurnt Word Perfect 6.0 computor and spreadsheet progroms.”
    •    ”Received a plague for Salesperson of the Year.”
    •    ”Reason for leaving last job: maturity leave.”
    •    ”Wholly responsible for two (2) failed financial instutions.”
    •    ”Failed bar exam with relatively high grades.”
    •    ”It’s best for employers that I not work with people.”
    •    ”Let’s meet, so you can ‘ooh’ and ‘aah’ over my experience.”
    •    ”You will want me to be Head Honcho in no time.”
    •    ”Am a perfectionist and rarely if if ever forget details.”
    •    ”I was working for my mom until she decided to move.”
    •    ”Marital Status: single. Unmarried. Unengaged. Uninvolved. No commitments.”
    •    ”I have an excellent track record, although I am not a horse.”
    •    ”I am loyal to my employer at all costs….Please feel free to respond to my resume on my office voice mail.”
    •    ”I have become completely paranoid, trusting completely no one and absolutely nothing.”
    •    ”My goal is be a meteorologist. But since I possess no training in meteorology, I suppose I should try stock brokeridge.”
    •    ”I procrastinate, especally when the task is unpleasant.”
    •    ”Personal interests: donating blood. Fourteen gallons so far.”
    •    ”As indicted, I have over five years of analyzing investments.”
    •    ”Instrumental is ruining entire organization for a Midwest Chain store.”
    •    ”Note: Please don’t misconstrue my 14 jobs as ‘job-hopping’. I have never quit a job.”
    •    ”Marital Status: often. Children: various.”
    •    ”Reason for leaving last job: They insisted that all employess get to work by 8:45 am every morning. I couldn’t work under those conditions.”
    •    ”The company made me a scapegoat, just like my three previous employers.”
    •    ”Finished eighth in my class of ten.”
    •    ”References: none. I’ve left a path of descruction behind me.”

    [tag]resume, cover letter, job site, job opportunities, employment, self-employed, home business, business opportunity, employment[/tag]

    Job Sites:
       May 19th, 2006

    In our attempt to build an exhaustive list of resources to explore in search of a home based job today we review  – Job Search Made Simple. It is a comparatively new service (started back in 2005) compared to its well known competitors on the market of job sites.

    SimplyHired has millions of jobs from thousands of job boards, classifieds, and company sites. The database is the heart of the service – the company claims they list more jobs than any other similar service. SimplyHired can become your one stop destination in your long search of places to secure a home job – no need to browse hundreds of job sites checking their listings of home jobs. Also using one interface you save time on getting rid of duplicate postings that are often listed on numerous sites.

    You can browse the jobs by locations, industries and occupations. But the feature that is of more value and interest to us is ‘Advanced Search’ as we would like to make a targeted search of available home, freelance and that kind of jobs.

    You can create a free account to keep track of your job search, save jobs, research salary, subscribe to the option to get job notices by e-mail, etc.

    My search of freelance jobs returned 5276 matches. Who is wanted?

    -    Freelance Photographers,
    -    Freelance Writers,
    -    Freelance Editors,
    -    Freelance Developers,
    -    Freelance Designers,
    -    Freelance Proofreading,
    -    Freelance Publicists,
    -    Freelance Illustrators,
    -    Freelance Copywriters,
    -    Freelance Bookkeepers,
    -    Freelance Technicians,
    -    Freelance Art Buyers,
    -    Freelance Video Journalists,
    -    Freelance Interactive Media Planners,
    -    Freelance Media Research Supervisors,
    -    Freelance Makeup Artists,
    -    Freelance Research Managers,
    -    Freelance Dv Camera Operators,
    -    etc, etc, etc…

    Do the companies outsource all work now? I could not imagine some of the above could be outsourced.

    My search of home jobs returned 171297 matches. But many returned results are irrelevant (from our point of view as we are interested in ‘home based job’). For instance, Home Depot Inc. has 5932 positions that are listed as ‘home jobs’.

    Your solution? Either browse through these numerous irrelevant results searching for the opportunities you need or refine your search. As soon as I changed the keyword phrase to ‘home based job’ results went down to 36622 matches and I have got more relevant listings.

    Summary is a huge job market that definitely deserves to be on your list. You can research many opportunities using one website, keep track and arrange the job search process properly. ‘Search’ function and other extra options (i.e., you see the job site the position was originally posted on; you also see the age of each job listing) make it a real pleasure to work with the service.

    [tag]job site, job, employment, home job, self-employed, home business, business opportunity, employment[/tag]


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