Are you in need of an income, but unsure which path to take?
You could try to get a job, but then you’ll be at the mercy of an employer. So long as you’re in his good graces the money will flow in, but if his income falls, or if he decides you no longer work out well in his business, he can lay you off or fire you at the drop of a hat. If you’re not happy with that scenario, you might prefer to opt for small business ownership, as I have.
By owning a small business you get to set your hours, decide what activities feel best to you, and control your pricing. There’s a lot of work involved in setting up a small business, but it is without a doubt possible to get the right legal paperwork in order and start generating some income. You can expect to wait at least a year before the business provides enough money to live on exclusively. The best time to start is now.
An Internet-based small business such as e-store owner, content writer, or web designer, gives stay-at-home mothers and other home workers a chance to develop a sustainable business without ever having to leave the house and children. Though these small businesses take time and thought to set up and develop, they are ultimately worth every effort you put into learning the ropes.