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Title: How to Find the Perfect home Business for You!


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How to Find the Perfect Home Business for YOU!
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Are you inquiring for a lucrative home based
business?
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If you've done any inquiring about a viable home
business, you've no doubt found your mailbox and
email inbox overflowing with various offers.
Google search alone for Home Business is
literally endless and now up to 6.16 billion
(that's "billion" with a "B") hits!
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Are you tired of looking for the Perfect Home
Business for you? Tired of insignificant offers?
Scams? Sort of legitimate but their claims are
always overblown?
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Now, all I can say isnever give up! So you do
need to develop a sense for what's obviously
over-hyped and what's worthy of further
investigation. Continue your search while keeping
the following guidelines in mind.
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1. The "We do all the work for you!" deception.
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  • Anytime you see an offer that promises instant
    riches with no effort on your part, you'd be well
    advised to run the other way! You need to realize
    up front that absolutely nothing is going to make
    money for you unless you're willing to put forth
    some effort.
  • You've probably seen statements like "Everything
    is done for you" or "The lazy man's way to
    becoming a millionaire." So ask yourself "What do
    they need ME for anyway?" Would anybody set up a
    business and do all the hard work himself just to
    send his profits to a total stranger? Get real!

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2. The "Start making BIG money immediately"
deception.
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  • In some cases it's possible to start making SOME
    money in a relatively short time span. You
    shouldn't necessarily dismiss a business idea
    that promises quick startup. But "immediate
    riches" is just not realistic.
  • You need to realize that growing any business to
    its full potential isn't going to happen
    overnight. This is especially true if your
    financial situation is such that you're forced to
    depend on your present job to pay the bills.
  • Find a home business that you can start part time
    and grow, until your business produces enough
    income that you can get by without your current
    salary. At that point, you can quit your job and
    devote full time to your home business.

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3. The "Make 50,475.00 (or some other
unbelievable sum) the very first month!"
deception.
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  • You need to have realistic expectations regarding
    just how much money you're going to make.
  • Are you expecting to become a millionaire in a
    home business? While it's not impossible, don't
    fall into the trap of jumping at an offer based
    on wishful thinking. You'd do well to give more
    serious consideration to those home business
    offers that make more realistic sounding claims.
  • That's not to say you can't start and grow a
    business that COULD eventually make you wealthy.
    But again, it won't happen tomorrow, next week,
    or even next month. At the risk of being
    redundant, it bears repeating that you should
    focus on offers that don't promise immediate
    wealth with no effort.

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4. The "This is completely FREE" deception.
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  • While it's possible and not at all unusual to get
    free information online that's both valuable and
    useful, don't expect to launch a home business
    without spending any money. There will always be
    some startup costs.
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  • If you're offered a free eBook, newsletter,
    course, software product, or whatever, go ahead
    and accept it if it interests you. Most such
    offers are legitimate, and are a great way to get
    some ideas and do some research into a home
    business.
  • Just make sure you read all the fine print. If
    you subscribe for information and give your email
    address, look for a notice that reads something
    like "We will not share your name" and "You can
    unsubscribe at any time." Just about every
    legitimate marketer (and every smart one) will
    promise this, and faithfully adhere to his
    promise.
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5. The deceptive "Money Back Guarantee"
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  • Almost every offer comes with a "money back
    guarantee" and most of them are legitimate. Every
    reputable business person knows that failure to
    honor his or her promise regarding a guarantee
    (or anything else for that matter) will
    inevitably result in failure of his business.
  • Nevertheless, there are a few who engage in
    deceptive practices regarding their guarantee.
    Always take a close look at the wording. Is the
    guarantee conditional? For instance, does it read
    something to the effect of "Follow the
    instructions in our program for a 3 full months,
    and if it doesn't live up to our promises, just
    return it for a full refund!"

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  • The catch is that "Follow the instructions in our
    program" could well involve some kind of purchase
    or investment. For example, you might purchase a
    mail order program that instructs you to buy a
    minimum of 3 mailing lists and send 3 mailings.
    Let's say that you give it a try and find out
    after the first mailing that your profits (if
    any) fall far short of your expenses and you've
    lost money, maybe even a LOT of money.
  • But when you attempt to return the program for a
    refund, you're told that you're ineligible
    because "You didn't follow the instructions in
    our program" which would have meant 2 additional
    mailings and the loss of even more money, maybe
    more than you paid for the program to begin with!

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  • Another sneaky and extremely unethical trick you
    may run across is a guarantee in which the
    "conditions" are never mentioned up front, but
    only revealed AFTER you've make a purchase. If
    you come across this type of scam, contact the
    vendor and remind him that you purchased his
    program expecting him to honor the guarantee as
    it was stated in the offer.
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  • Tell him you're going to file a complaint with
    his local Better Business Bureau, another with
    the US Postal Service (if your program was sent
    by mail) or take other appropriate legal action.
    Give him a reasonable time frame to refund your
    purchase. Then if he still refuses, TAKE ACTION
    and make good on your threats! You'll be doing a
    favor not only for yourself, but for other
    consumers AND for all the honest business people
    everywhere.
  • In summary, make sure there IS a guarantee, that
    it's unconditional, and don't let the vendor get
    away with adding "conditions" after the fact.

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6. Follow your passion.
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  • You'd be making a huge mistake selecting a home
    business that doesn't take into account your
    personal interests. No matter how realistic, how
    profitable, how easy, or how quickly you can
    start it up, you're unlikely to be successful in
    any home business if you're doing something you
    just don't enjoy.
  • The reason? As stated above, success will demand
    both your time and effort. But to a large extent,
    how MUCH time and how MUCH effort you're putting
    forth is a matter of perception.
  • Everyone knows how quickly time passes when
    you're having fun, and how slowly when you're
    doing something you consider drudgery. The same
    is true of effort. Work just doesn't seem as much
    like work when you're task is something you enjoy
    doing.
  • If your home business is something that doesn't
    really interest you, the demands on your time and
    energy will sooner or later seem unbearable. Your
    enthusiasm will falter, and with it, your
    productivity. Even if you encounter some short
    term success, your waning eagerness will
    eventually spell doom for your business.

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  • It's the nature of us humans to tend to believe
    those who tell us what we most want to hear,
    whether they are politicians, marketers or
    whomever. Anytime you're presented with an
    attractive offer, ask yourself "Is this really
    believable based on the offer itself?" To put it
    another way, try and imagine you were someone
    else who had no interest in starting your own
    home business. Would you find the offer
    believable enough to suggest it to someone who
    did?
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  • In conclusion, when determining whether to pursue
    any home business offer, examine critically not
    only the offer itself, but your own emotional
    involvement as well! Try to look at it
    dispassionately and ask yourself "Does it really
    sound realistic, or do I just want it to be so?
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  • And remember that you have literally billions of
    offers from which to pick, so you can well afford
    to pass on any that don't fit your interest, or
    that make outrageous claims that are most
    certainly unrealistic!

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A Good One to Consider!
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No one and I repeat, NO one can decide which
home business is the best one for you. Many
factors must be taken into account, not the least
of which is your own personality your likes and
dislikes!
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But if you think you would like helping people
solve their financial problems, you might
consider going into the credit repair business.
Its not hard to learn, takes relatively little
money to start up, and can provide a very
lucrative income.
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Right NOW is the Perfect Time to start your new
Home Business!
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Home Business for you!
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