Blogging or building an online reputation is something which has recently received a lot of prominence. Many have gone through it with flying colours at the end but millions have failed miserably. The likes of Darren Rowse of problogger.net, John Chow and many other successful online gurus has survived it through the hard way, so why not you? Continue reading “How NOT to Build a Successful Online Business”
Sooner than we thought, January is now over and we have a new month in the name of February. Were you able to achieve your goals for the month or maybe you think there are more days to go? Anyways I’m not here to remind you of your resolutions-(even though I’ve just done that).
What I’m interested to know is that are you newly self-employed? Or maybe not? Is your blog not your business? Then why then do you say you have no business? Ha-ha! Hey and remember this is not a post to just bloggers only but to anyone who claims to be self-employed on any field of endeavor. Good!
Now let us move on into details. But remember this post is being posted by looking through the eyes of Steve Pavlina. Okay, now let us look into ‘’5 Stupid Mistakes Made by Newly Self-Employed’’. Continue reading “5 Stupid Mistakes made by Newly-Self Employed”
1.Income for dummies
Getting a job and trading your time for money may seem like a good idea. There’s only one problem with it. It’s stupid! It’s the stupidest way you can possibly generate income! This is truly income for dummies.
Why is getting a job so dumb? Because you only get paid when you’re working. Don’t you see a problem with that, or have you been so thoroughly brainwashed into thinking it’s reasonable and intelligent to only earn income when you’re working? Have you never considered that it might be better to be paid even when you’re not working? Who taught you that you could only earn income while working? Some other brainwashed employee perhaps? Continue reading “8 Reasons You Should Never Get a JOB”
Many people who are new to entrepreneurship approach the world of business in some rather funky ways. Quite often they come up with solutions first — or at least what they think is a solution. Then they try to convince people to buy, hoping that those people will somehow see the value in their solutions.
That’s a recipe for glorious failure.
Sure it could work sometimes, especially if you have millions of marketing dollars to help create demand, but for small businesses it’s not a very wise approach. For a sustainable business you’ll want to see some evidence of genuine demand for what you’re going to sell — ideally before you go through all the work of starting a business or creating a new product or service. Continue reading “Entrepreneurship Begins With Demand”