Hello and welcome to my site. How to start a work at home business? You must be interested in this since you are here right?
Starting a work at home business isn’t very hard. You just need to do some research. What is it you want to do -what service do you wish to provide.
Are you wanting to work for someone else, or are you wanting to be your own boss? Have your own at home business? This is an important question you need to have the answer to before even starting your search for your business.
For this post, we are going to be looking at a business that will be yours. An online business you will do from home, or actually from anywhere.
Not All business will work by doing them at home. The next steps will help you determine what you want as your business and if it will work doing it from home.
Who Are You? What Are You About?
Who are you? What are you about. This will help you figure out which type of business you will want to start. Are you a social butterfly, or a little on the shy side? Are you comfortable on the phone. Do you love to write?
Starting a work at home business means you can do a variety of different jobs. You can make your own soap and sell it, sell Avon, make and sell candles, dog sit or walk dogs.
Sewing, knitting, crocheting can also be turned into a business. You love to do it, so why not earn money while doing it right?
Are you good with numbers, or English, maybe you speak multiple languages? You want to list anything that you are interested in. Can you turn it into a business?
Start with your passions. How can you inc operate that into a business. Maybe even something you are very talented at. Can that be your business?
Who, what, where, when and why. Answering these questions will help you to answer almost any situation you may be facing. Just not necessarily, in that order.
Make sure you do research on the type of job you are thinking of offering. Are there others around providing the same services, what is being said about their service, how did they get started? Research every detail that would pertain to your business.
Can I Do This From Home?
We can narrow down your list down by going through and crossing off those that will not work by doing them from home.
Will this business cause a lot of traffic to come in an out of your home? Living in a residential area might cause some concern for your neighbors if they are seeing different people go in and out of your home.
I would cross anything you have that would involve clients coming to your home off the list. I don’t mean one or two clients, but larger number of clients coming and going wouldn’t certainly raise neighbors curiosity.
If you have any type of business manager position on your list, I would cross that off as well, except a virtual manager position. Managers are normally wanted to be on site, unless it is a virtual manager.
A business that requires you to be on the phone constantly, do you have a baby or a very loud four legged family member? These are the things you want to consider.
Will I Profit From This?
We are going to look at this from a MONEY stand point. This is a process many at home business skip, and then they regret it, because they end in failure.
If selling a product-how much will others pay for this product? How long does it take to make this product and will you be able to make a large quantity if it is a hit?
If you are choosing a business that you will be working from home but will depend on a company who will be paying you for your service, what will they pay you? Will it depend on your performance or is it a straight hourly pay or salary?
Checking out the competition will be beneficial as well. If you have 5 other business promoting the same product, you might have to have a BETTER brand of product or better advertising skills.
No matter what type of business you will have, you want to make sure it will be a profitable one. You may have to try something else if you don’t think it will be.
If you are thinking about taking out a loan to get this business started, you will definitely want to make a business plan. You don’t want to take out a loan for a business that is doomed to fail.
Only 50% of new businesses make it through their first 5 years. Only 1/3 make it to their 10 year anniversary. Beyond that, the chances stay the same. The longer a business last, the better the chances of it continuing to last are (kind of the same as marriage).
Set Up Your Plan Of Action
How are you going to make this happen? What do you need to do to make this happen? This will depend on what type of business you will be setting up.
You will want to keep a check list of everything you will need. While researching, write down what other businesses like yours need. If it is something you don’t already have, add it to your list.
Knowing what you will need is very important. Do you have the tools for the trade ex.seamstress, do you have all the different needles, thread and material you might need.
Will you need a tax code, a business license. Maybe you need to check with your locality about permits. Register your trade name. These are all if necessary.
Your plan of action will be based on the type of business you are creating. No matter the type, I am sure you will need some type of computer or laptop and a phone and a website. You can build a website in 30 by clicking here. Don’t worry no credit/debit card or billing info needed.
If you are planning on using your cell phone for everything, you will want to make sure it can support all the apps needed to maintain your business needs.
Execution-Put Your Plan Into Action
Hopefully by now you know everything you will need to get this business to be more than a vision in your head. Let’s get to making it a reality now.
When you made the calls to find out if you needed a business license, tax I D and so forth, if you weren’t able to take care of everything then, now is the time to do so. Maybe you had to come up with a little money. But now you are ready.
Be sure you have gone over the check list you made earlier of everything you need, and be sure you have it all. Check it and check again in case you have missed or forgotten something.
Once you have it all set up, I would suggest running over some Worse Case Scenarios,so that you are somewhat prepared for the unexpected. Just in case. This way you are a little more prepared. Once again, this will depend on your type of business.
Take another walk through, is there anything you can think of that might complicate your startup? When doing the research, did anything pop up that others may have had issues with?
Time To Open The Doors
At this point you know what type of business you are starting, what service you will provide and how you are going to do it.
You have done your research on what you will need, material, equipment, licenses, tax ID or any other certifications needed (if necessary).
Have you got your date to open? Are you ready to go live? If you are working from home for someone else, do you have your start date.
You should be ready and excited to open up your business now. How does it feel knowing that you have done what was needed and made it to this day?
You should have your website up and letting customers know how and where to find you and exactly what service you will provide them as well as the cost.
What? You didn’t set up a website? How are you getting the word out? How are customers going to find you or your product?
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