NOW is a great time to start a sideline business. There is an old 17th century proverb, “Don’t Put All Your Eggs In One Basket”. This saying, which appeared in Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes, can be applied today to revenue sources. Having a sideline business that fits into your lifestyle makes financial and common sense. Not sure what type of business to start? Here are some ideas to consider from Entrepreneur.com and Moneycrasher.com
Here are some of the reasons you may want to consider a sideline business: Need for additional income to create economic well-being, Creates a sense of purpose, Increases social interaction and integration, Increases physical well being, Desire to follow a passion..
Remember when you could purchase a program and own it, and you knew the price? Like the printed newspaper, this option is slowly disappearing. The trend of most software companies today is to have you rent your software on a monthly or yearly subscription basis. Not ready to get on the monthly subscription bus for applications? Here are some no-cost apps that really work!
Valentine’s Day is approaching, and is a 3-day weekend. Here are some great suggestions to earn money during this holiday! Holiday traditions for Valentine’s Day have changed over the years. However, there are some traditions that have meaning in any decade. Here are some from an article in Country Living.
It is the end of January and still winter…yet, as I walked outside yesterday, there was just a hint of the Spring to come. The sun was a bit warmer and the air had the crisp smell of rain evaporating off the earth. Jim Rohn wrote the book, “The Seasons of Life” and compared each season to the cycle of life. Owning a sideline business also has it seasons. Attitude is everything in how you view the seasons of a business. What are the business seasons?
Today’s busy world requires some type of planner or organizer. The choices can be overwhelming. There is no right or wrong choice. It is what works best for your personality. So, which do you relate to more?