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What’s Holding You Back From Starting A Home Based Business?

Starting a new business can be scary, and it is not uncommon to come up with excuses that keep you from pursuing your entrepreneurial dreams. (I know because I had a long list of them when I started my Homeowner Referral Network!)

Here are some challenges that I had to overcome in order to get going:

1. I don’t have the money. Most home based businesses start on a shoestring budget and grow from there. Consider the money it costs to launch a home business as an investment in yourself and your future. (And by the way, did you know that business expenses are tax deductible?)

2. I don’t have the time. As the saying goes: “Want something done? Give it to a busy person.” Most people launch Homeowner Referral Network (HRN) businesses while still working a full time job. If you really examine your day, you can carve out a few hours to get something started, especially if you love it!

3. There’s too much competition already. Do McDonald’s and Burger King operate in the same market? The answer is yes! And, as far as the HRN business goes, online lead generation companies and national referral services pose no competition at all. If you have a proven business model and offer local, personalized and a professional service, you’ll succeed. That’s why the HRN business has lasted for the past 19 years!

4. I can’t take the risk. I know one thing for sure – if you do not try, you will regret it. Ask yourself: “Do I want to be in the same position in a year from now as I am today?” You can either let your fear of risk hold you back or use it as fuel to do whatever it takes to succeed.

5. I’ll be embarrassed if I fail. Join the club. Failing in public can be embarrassing. (Personally, I didn’t want to tell anyone about my business when I first started because I was so afraid of failure!) But, what I’ve learned is that you’ll be surprised at the number of people who will respect you for taking a shot.

And more importantly, you’ll respect yourself.

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Referral services can be operated from any location, they don’t require a lot of start-up capital or overhead and the majority of your business can be generated through networking and word of mouth referrals. And, in today’s busy world, most people don’t have the time to do the appropriate research in order to find the right doctor, car mechanic or home improvement contractor.

A referral business saves clients not only time but money that they might otherwise have spent hiring an unqualified service provider.

But, do you have what it takes to operate a successful referral business?

If you’re organized, resourceful and enjoy helping people or are just a self-starter looking for a way to make money from home, then the answer is “yes”!

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Get Rich Quick Scams Revealed

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Wouldn’t it be nice to make a bundle of money quickly, with minimal effort, working at home in your pajamas? Of course it would. I for one would love to have money flowing into my bank account, working only a few hours a week from home, so I’d have more time to spend with my kids and my husband, without any boss looking over my shoulder.

Whether it’s real estate investing, selling by classified ads, stock market investing, Internet affiliate marketing, or something else, we have all seen the fantastic claims people make about making tons of money, AND how they can show you how to do the same thing. I can tell you right now that 99% of these people are total frauds. You may have even fallen prey to one of these scam artists, selling you their latest “get rich quick” program. Me too. I have bought so many of these programs that I can’t even recall how many. I don’t know why, but I tend to find the “good” in people, and I was “sold” by these marketing schemes time and time again, even after being scammed by another. Finally, after so many disappointments, I got FED UP. I decided to get to the bottom of this fascination we all have with get rich quick programs, and find out if there really were any LEGITIMATE programs for making money.

I literally contacted the administrator of every get rich quick website I could find. Posing as an investor, I managed to convince the owners that I was seriously interested in purchasing their entire website and business. That way, once the dollar signs flashed in their heads, they would give me free access to their member’s areas to review what I would be “buying”. Well, I was disgusted with 99% of what I found. Many of the owners actually boasted about how many people bought their useless programs. I repeatedly found:

• outdated information
• non-working links
• links leading to other sites that asked for more money
• no help section
• no real email support

I quickly realized that these so-called Get Rich Quick programs were totally useless. And the owners knew it, yet they were laughing all the way to the bank! Needless to say, I did not respond when they asked if I was still interested in buying their websites. Surprisingly, while sifting through all of the scam artists’ websites, I was able to locate a couple of individuals that actually ran legitimate programs.

The owners were every day people like you and me that found a way to make extra money working from home on their computers. Their membership areas were impressive, with a good amount of quality information on how to make $100-$200 per day on your computer doing very little work. I even chatted with a few of their customers in several online forums, and they verified that they were making extra money through the sites. It was like I found a few diamonds in the rough. But don’t take my word for it. You can visit the 4 sites I found below. See what you think.

They do charge a minimal fee for access to their program, which is to be expected for any legitimate company that actually has people on staff who are dedicated to helping you get started. What a friendly group of people! Anyway, if you do decide you are interested in either of the two programs below, I advise you to join quickly, as the owners have informed me that they are getting so many new members by word of mouth referrals, that they will be closing off membership completely in the next 2 days. (By the way, you did not hear this from me!) They don’t have a large enough staff to accommodate many more people, and they are dedicated to providing excellent service to each person.

Well, my search for legitimate Get Rich Quick programs has come to an end. I have to say I was thoroughly disappointed with most of what I found, and I strongly advise that you do not take chances joining any programs other than the four listed below! Whatever you do, I wish you a healthy, prosperous year for you and yours.

Here are the links to the 4 programs I do recommend:

Curiosity Pays Well
Get Cash For Surveys
Video Game Tester
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Home Based Business Self Evaluation Survey

Over the past fifteen years I’ve spoken with hundreds of moms, dads, career changers and retirees who are interested in launching a business from home. Many of them have formulated business plans, conducted market research and applied for financing and yet they have still overlooked one of the most crucial steps in the business planning process–self evaluation. Most new entrepreneurs don’t realize that it’s just as important to analyze yourself as it is to analyze your potential market.

If you’re considering the launch of a home based business, you might want to take a moment to ask yourself a few important (and personal) questions before taking the plunge.

1. What are my strengths?

The answer to this question will provide the foundation on which you can build a successful business. Whether you’re a people person, a computer geek, a number cruncher, or a craftsperson, your business should maximize your strengths.

For instance, if you know that you enjoy cooking, consider becoming a personal chef. If you enjoy computer work, don’t consider a sales career. Your abilities should be the cornerstone of your business so that you enjoy the day-to-day tasks associated with it.

It’s a simple concept yet most people never look inward when envisioning their ideal home based business. They read or hear about another entrepreneur reaping the rewards of working from home and want to emulate that person without considering the differences in their abilities. Make a list of your most marketable skills and ask yourself what you enjoy and why you enjoy doing it. Use that information to create your ideal “job” and then consider businesses that will maximize your talents.

2. What are my weaknesses?

If you’re going to conduct an “honest” self-evaluation, then it’s important that you identify your weaknesses. Perhaps you’re not as disciplined as you’d like to be or maybe you’re not the best bookkeeper. Running a business will require you to handle a wide array of responsibilities from sales and marketing to accounting and secretarial. If you overlook one aspect of your business or don’t handle it efficiently, the business will suffer, or worse yet, fail.

It helps to equate a home business to an office where there is a staff of employees in various departments to handle specialized tasks. You, as the home based business owner, will be responsible for running every one of those departments. It’s not necessary to be an expert in every field. Identify which aspects of the business you’re best equipped to handle and which may require some assistance. Consider outsourcing those responsibilities to an experienced professional so that you can devote more time to the aspects of your business that you enjoy.

If you’d prefer to handle all of your business “in house” as opposed to hiring out, there are other options available. For instance, a Board of Advisors can offer you guidance in areas where you may not have experience. A business course at your local university can help improve upon many business related skills from business planning to public speaking. Computer programs are also available which can assist with everything from bookkeeping to graphic arts. And finally, you can consider launching your business with a partner who has strengths in areas of business management other than yours.

I’ve seen many very talented entrepreneurs fail in their endeavors simply because they didn’t identify and compensate for their weaknesses. For instance, through my Homeowner Referral Network (HRN) business, I met an interior designer with tremendous flair and creativity yet she was terribly unorganized and a chronic procrastinator. She knew exactly how to put together a room, match colors and chose just the right fabrics but never seemed to get around to it. Eventually, many of her clients got tired of waiting and stopped using her services.

By recognizing your weaknesses and accounting for them in the beginning, you’ll ensure that your business will function efficiently on every level and will increase your odds at success.

3. What am I willing to invest personally?

While running a business from home looks appealing, it requires personal sacrifice and discipline. For those who work in an office, business hours are defined and you work alongside coworkers who can support you. When you work at home, it’s easy to get distracted by the routines of those around you and it can be more difficult to define your work hours and commit to them regardless of outside pressures.

It’s helpful to make a rough outline of your weekly schedule. Figure out when your most productive hours are and what activities you may be able to sacrifice for work. Are you willing to work after the children have gone to bed at 9pm? Maybe you’ll have to cut out a weekly lunch date with a friend?

Beyond the time commitment, your home business will require you to invest your energy and your emotions. There will be highs and lows and the rewards may not be immediate. At times you’ll need to take chances. It will require you to troubleshoot, multitask and adapt. There’s also always the risk of failure. Consider all of these factors before you start your business and be sure that have what it takes to handle the ups and downs of being an entrepreneur.

4. What am I willing to invest financially?

While some may require a larger initial investment than others, launching a business requires capital. If you’re discouraged by having to spend money in the beginning, then perhaps the business you’re considering isn’t the right business for you. If you feel passionate about what you plan to do, then the investment will seem like an end to a means not to mention an investment in yourself.

That’s not to say that you need to spend foolishly. Minimize your expenditures by investing in the necessities first. You may want to make a list of what you anticipate your business expenses to be for the first three months of your start up and then another list of anticipated ongoing monthly expenses. Consider legal fees, marketing and advertising costs, merchandise (if you’re planning on selling a product), supplies, insurance and office equipment. Decide what expenses will be necessary in the beginning and what purchases can wait.

Look at the final numbers and then ask yourself again if you’re willing to commit to that type of financial investment. If the answer is “yes”, then you’re ready to move on to question #5.

5. What do I hope to gain?

In your search for a business to run from home it’s inevitable that you’ll encounter “get rich quick” schemes and work from home scams. No matter what you may have read or heard, there is no formula for overnight success in business. Businesses grow slowly and require work and commitment. If you’re launching you’re business with dreams of overnight riches, you’ll inevitably be disappointed.

Ask yourself what you hope to gain from your home business. Is it a better lifestyle? More time with your family? Personal stimulation? Financial rewards? Independence? And then ask yourself if you think that your business can (realistically) be a means to that end. Your answer may not be a conscious one, it may be a gut feeling but in my estimation, that’s the most ringing endorsement of all.

As you work at your business, keep your goals in mind. From time to time, as you ride the highs and lows of being a business owner, remind yourself of the reasons why you decided to launch your business in the first place and strive to keep those priorities in focus. You’ll find that the most successful businesses are driven by people who love what they do and focus on the day to day work of their business rather than the financial rewards.

After some careful self-evaluation, you may realize that you and your potential new business aren’t a very good fit. Don’t be discouraged. It’s better to find out now then after you’ve made the personal and financial commitment. There are also numerous options available to those who want to work from home and you can continue to research them with your new-found self-awareness.

If however, after answering the above questions you’re more confident than ever that you’re ready to become a home based entrepreneur, then congratulations–you’re about to embark on one of the most challenging and rewarding adventures of your life!

Bio:
Debra Cohen is President of Home Remedies® of NY, Inc.–a Homeowner Referral Network (HRN). Ms. Cohen is also author of a business manual entitled The Complete Guide To Owning And Operating A Successful Homeowner Referral Network. To date, Ms. Cohen has assisted more than 400 other entrepreneurs launch successful HRN’s nationwide. For more information about starting an HRN in your area, visit the HRN website at Homeowner Referral Network.

Finding Business Inspiration

Some entrepreneurs will recall having an “Aha!” moment when inspiration for their business first struck. But for many, unlocking the door to the right business opportunity can be somewhat of a challenge. The search for a unique service or product can be daunting not to mention that the business must capitalize on your strengths and interests.

As the saying goes, “necessity is the mother of invention” and in many cases, businesses are born out of our own needs and experiences. Keeping in mind that your business or product should help your potential client in some way, start to pay attention to your daily activities as well as those of your friends and family and think about services or products that would help make your life or the lives of people in your community a little easier.

For example, one woman I know started a party planning business after realizing how time consuming it was to plan her own wedding. Another entrepreneur created a device for heating wet wipes soon after giving birth to her first child.

Inspiration for your business idea may also be discovered by paying attention to your likes and dislikes. If you take some time and focus on the aspects of your day that you enjoy the most, you may stumble upon a new business that capitalizes on your talents. For example, do your friends and family compliment you on your ability to create unique meals or on a specific recipe? Maybe you’d enjoy being a home chef or marketing one of your home baked goods or sauces to local stores or restaurants? Or maybe you enjoy exercise? Perhaps you’d be interested in starting an in-home personal training business or running fitness classes for new moms in your community?

So, start your search for the right business opportunity by paying closer attention to aspects of an ordinary day that you may take for granted-grocery shopping, your morning commute, cleaning, cooking, exercise or even just browsing the internet. And, ask yourself:

1. How much you enjoy/dislike this aspect of your day?
2. What would make the task easier?

Examining your world (and yourself) with a more critical eye may help you find the just the inspiration you’re looking for!

Bio:
Debra Cohen is President of Home Remedies of NY, Inc. and founder of the Homeowner Referral Network (HRN) business. Her HRN business has been rated “The No. 1 business Start-Up” by Small Business Opportunities magazine and has been featured in numerous media including Working Mother, Entrepreneur, Remodeling, Good Housekeeping and CBS News. Currently there are more than 300 independently owned HRNs operating nationwide.

For additional information, visit her website at www.hrnbiz.com.

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What If You Could Duplicate Yourself?

Let’s daydream for a minute.

Imagine that you’ve finally taken the entrepreneurial leap, left your 9-5 job in Corporate America and launched your own business. Your company is a tremendous success and, less than one year later you have more work than you can handle. You’re working 12-hour days and inevitably falling short somewhere. Doesn’t sound like a dream anymore, right?

I was faced with this situation several years ago after I started my Homeowner Referral Network (HRN) business. I launched Home Remedies of NY, Inc. from an old farm table in my basement with just a refurbished fax machine, computer and a phone line. And, after just one year in business, I had more work than I could handle. I was fielding calls from homeowners outside of my operating area, from contractors across Long Island who wanted me to represent them and from other entrepreneurs who were interested in partnering with me. After a few months of working 10-hour days, I was overwhelmed and had completely lost the work-life balance I had tried so hard to achieve.

My entrepreneurial mistake is not that uncommon. Many new business owners are so enthusiastic and passionate about their business that they become the core of it and ultimately, the business can’t operate without them.

Consider this scenario…

You’re a world-class baker and all of your friends and family are encouraging you to start your own baking business. After months of soul searching, you decide to fulfill your entrepreneurial dream. You leave your 9 to 5 job and set up shop as “Suzie’s Cupcakes”. After a few months in business, word catches on that your cupcakes are the best in town. Soon, you’re receiving orders for more cupcakes that you can make in a week, let alone a day. You’re in your kitchen at 5am and work ‘round the clock to fill the orders. While it may seem like you’re in the bakery business, you’re not. You’re in the business of “making cupcakes”.

Now, consider this scenario. Your cupcakes are a huge hit and there’s a line out the door. But, you’re not there. Why? Because you’ve documented your proprietary cupcake recipe, copyrighted it, trademarked your business name and the name of your world-class cupcake and now have a staff of people who work at your bakery and make them for you. You may now be out on the road promoting your products to other stores or maybe even consulting with people who want to launch franchises of your bakery because it’s been so successful. Or, maybe you’re just sitting on a beach relaxing somewhere with your family?

Why are these two scenarios so different? Because your business doesn’t rely exclusively on you anymore. You’ve duplicated yourself. This is the basis of the franchise model and the solution I found for my own business. In order to expand my HRN and continue to maintain a work-life balance, I decided to “duplicate myself”.

When my HRN business took off, I was faced with two options:

1. Expand and try to handle all of the work on my own.
2. Expand by teaching others how to do what I do.

After evaluating both my options, I went with the second.

Over the course of several months, I met with attorneys and business consultants and set out to document my business model so that I could teach other entrepreneurs how to launch contractor referral businesses in neighboring communities. My plan was that, once they were up and running, I would refer work to them and share the contractor commission. That way, I would be able to satisfy the demand for my services in a larger market area without having to do all of the work on my own.

I tested the waters with a small ad in the Business Opportunity Classifieds section of The New York Times:

Home improvement contractor referral business. Investment $5K. For additional information, contact Homeowner Referral Network at…

Within 2 weeks I had a list of 22 prospective HRN business owners!

Over the next 6 months, with the help of a friend from the Wharton Business School, I wrote The Complete Guide To Owning And Operating A Successful Homeowner Referral Network© which outlined every aspect of my business from my contractor screening process, commissions and invoicing to a market segmentation study, promotional campaigns, homeowner and contractor sample dialogues and liability issues. The process was beneficial to me personally because it forced me to analyze my company with a very critical eye and systemize all of my operating procedures that I had taken for granted.

In less than one year, the first HRN was up and running on Long Island and now–almost 15 years later–there are 300+ HRN’s like mine operating all over the country!

My business would have never achieved the level of success it has today if I hadn’t figured out how to duplicate myself. If you’re an aspiring entrepreneur who dreams of launching a business of your own, keep in mind that while passion may drive you to start your own business, creating a plan to duplicate yourself is what will help you sustain it.

Bio:
Debra Cohen is President of Home Remedies of NY, Inc. and founder of the Homeowner Referral Network (HRN) business. Her HRN business has been rated “The No. 1 business Start-Up” by Small Business Opportunities magazine and has been featured in numerous media including Working Mother, Entrepreneur, Remodeling, Good Housekeeping and CBS News. Currently there are more than 300 independently owned HRNs operating nationwide. For additional information, visit her website at Homeowner Referral Network.

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