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Why Exactly Would You Consider a Work At Home Opportunity?
By Tony Seruga, Yolanda Seruga, and Yolanda Bishop
Or put another way – how would you determine the difference between a ‘good’ work at small business opportunity and a ‘bad’ work at small business opportunity?’
Therein lies the real issue, because so many work at small business opportunities are not really even opportunities at all – unless you happen to be the one selling the opportunity to someone else [but they don’t tell you that part.]
If we were to set forth some reasonable criteria for helping you make this decision on the right work at situation for yourself, what might they realistically be?
A good start would be to know that an established multimillion dollar corporation created the program, stands behind it 100%, and also offers you a 100% money-back guarantee.
Next – does the company provide you with 100% of the training and resources you need [regardless if some basic levels of training are free while advanced training might be fee-based.] It is not reasonable to assume that every person has the same level of interest where a work at scenario is contemplated – or needs the same level of training – so tiered training is a viable,
excellent way to accomplish this.
Next – consider how universal the actual product is. If you’re supposed to sell some esoteric potion to some imagined marketplace, perhaps you’d be wise to strike that opportunity off your possibilities list.
But what if you had a willing and able market standing in front of you with a pocket-full of money, then it makes sense to put this particular work at opportunity at the top of your list, doesn’t it?
Next – think about your time involved. If you’re supposed to aggravate everyone you know, have parties at your house, and run around delivering stuff all over the place – is this convenient for you?
If, however, you can enjoy your work at small business during any of the 24 hours in a day, work when you want, and do well – again, move this to the top of your list – right?
Last is money. I did not put it first for a good reason. For some people, money is NOT their prime motivator in a work at situation.
If you have to peddle some stuff to people to make any money, or buy and stock stuff yourself, consider if that works for you. And if you can make serious money without ever buying or selling a single thing, again, it is reasonable to move this work at small business opportunity to the very top of your list – right?
If these points make sense to you, you might have just now finally found your legitimate answer to the difference between a good and bad work at small business opportunity...
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