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Saving Time Versus Saving Money

» by May 15th, 2010 at 1:09 pm » Comments (0)

Despite my normal enthusiasm to use the Internet for anything and everything possible, online shopping is something I still have hesitation for. Probably the biggest reason is my impatience, I hate waiting for my purchases to show up days or weeks later. The second reason for my dislike is the shipping costs although I will […]



An Affordable Way To Keep Your Merchandise Secure

» by May 14th, 2010 at 3:47 pm » Comments (0)

Big time stores spend lots of money on security features such as alarms and guards. But for those individuals that have small stores or even just stalls at local flea markets security is just as important. Buying a security alarms isn’t a feasible option for people operating out of flea market stalls and often small […]



Fabjobs.com Helps You Find Your Dream Job

» by April 1st, 2010 at 12:39 pm » Comments (2)

There are so many people selling ebooks online and so many of them are just rehashed junk or so common sense that they are nearly useless. It is hard to know who’s offering useful information and who is just peddling trash. Well I’ve found one website selling career guide ebooks (printed copies are available as […]



Don’t Spread Yourself Too Thin

» by July 28th, 2009 at 10:00 pm » Comments (0)

In my opinion, Internet Marketing is one of the best careers available to college non-graduates like myself. The hours are flexible, the work fairly easy and offers the chance to learn about different niches every week. I love learning new things and passing on that information to others. Unfortunately this enthusiasm sometimes leads to spreading […]



April Recap And What’s Up For May

» by April 28th, 2009 at 7:17 am » Comments (0)

I have to admit I really enjoyed writing this month’s posts. I hope you enjoyed reading them as much. So this month was all about being professional in your business, keeping work separate from personal, and not falling into the trap of treating your business like a hobby. When running your own business, organization is […]



Social Networking: Separating Business From Pleasure

» by April 14th, 2009 at 3:11 pm » Comments (0)

With the popularity of social networking sites, people can have active social lives without ever leaving their homes. Business minded individuals can make professional contacts, joint ventures, find clients, find jobs, or market themselves or their Internet companies. Unfortunately people behind a computer screen tend to let their guard down and behave in ways they […]



Separating Work Expenses From Personal Expenses

» by April 12th, 2009 at 8:19 am » Comments (0)

I work from home on somewhat a small scale. All I really use on a daily basis is my computer, some paper and a couple of writing implements. For a long time I felt I wasn’t bringing in enough money to warrant opening a separate bank account or separating work purchases from personal purchases. I […]



Is It Possible To Be Professional In Your Pajamas?

» by April 9th, 2009 at 8:10 am » Comments (0)

There have been days when I just haven’t felt like getting dressed and doing my hair and face. Since I work from home, if I don’t have to go to the store or something, I don’t have to get dressed. I can spend the whole day working in my pajamas with my hair up in […]



The Difference Between A Business And A Hobby

» by April 6th, 2009 at 8:58 am » Comments (0)

There are plenty of books out there that talk about turning your hobby into a business. The message is basically that if there is something you really enjoy doing (photography, stamps, knitting, wedding planning) you should try to find a way to turn that passion into a career. Unfortunately that isn’t always easy – or […]



All About April

» by April 3rd, 2009 at 8:34 am » Comments (0)

This month I’ll be talking about how to treat your business like a business rather than a hobby or a past-time. If you want to build a successful business then you need to act as professional as you would if you were working for someone else. In fact you should work for yourself as if […]