Working from home and baby sitting your toddlers at the same time is just impossible for some. But every difficult situation has got its own formula. Although it varies to the needs of your children. If both parents are working at home you could devise a plan to balance your professional from your personal needs. Determine what strategies are going to work and what isn’t. Given that you are on a tight budget and hiring a nanny is out of question. A better strategy would be to take turns on the errands, household chores and the baby sitting. Let them watch some educational materials on TV or you can get them a tablet and buy educational apps for toddlers. It would occupy their mind momentarily and you can continue on your work without a distraction.
I have been working online for almost 3 years now and I am having a blast at first. Along came my baby boy and I started falling apart. A newborn baby is quiet easy to babysit because they will just sleep and sleep for 16-18 hours a day. But when he was already 1 year old. He doesn’t sleep that much and becomes unmanageable. I can’t concentrate on my work most of the time because he keeps on barging into my room and wants to sit on my lap and types on my keyboard. I always keep my door open for him so that I could easily look out what he is doing at the living room. My strategy was, to let him watch Disney jr. or Nickledeon. But after a few hours he became uninterested and wants my attention. What makes it worse is that his motorskills are now developing and he just climb anything he sees climbable. Like on top of the table or swing himself onto the bar stools. I get a heart attack every time he pulls stunts like that.
Toddlers needs full attention and its hard if you are a single mom. But I think the one thing that helped me get through this is the support of my family. If you can manage to live somewhere near your relatives then it’s a big help. Another thing my 1 year old is fond of are nursery rhymes. He can sing and dance with these videos for hours. Also, try to get the chance to work while your toddler is sleeping. It works out well for me for the past 15 months.
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If you’ve recently lost your job or looking to earn an income with a home based business on the internet, starting a drop shipping business sounds like a dream come true. You have low startup costs, unlimited earning potential and no need to stock or handle inventory. All you need is an ecommerce website, add some products and watch the money roll in, right?
But as the saying goes ‘if it sounds too good to be true it probably is’. Earning $100s or $1000s a week through a drop shipping business model is possible. But there are a lot of hoops to jump through and pitfalls to avoid.
Drop shipping works like this:
1. You find stock to sell (newbies will typically just Google ‘wholesale dropshipping’ and take what’s on offer).
2. You sell the product online, either through your own website or a third party site, like eBay or Amazon.
3. You forward the order to drop shipper.
4. The drop ship company completes the order and ships it to your customer.
5. You keep the profit
Sounds easy. But if it was the simple everyone would be doing it. There are a few problems that can get in the way:
1) Wasting time on money on saturated products and bogus wholesalers – the internet is now awash with websites posing as wholesalers when all they are is middlemen. These middlemen will claim to be offering wholesale prices when in fact the goods they are offering are available elsewhere for less, making it almost impossible to sell them yourself for a profit. These middlemen are normally who’ll appear when doing a basic Google search for wholesalers, and buying from them is a common newbie mistake.
2) No differentiation from Amazon or eBay – It is going to be impossible to compete with Amazon or eBay on price. Instead you have to find a way to differentiate your website so that it gives people a reason to buy from you rather than hunt for cheaper prices elsewhere. This means creating a website that offers added value to buyers. This could include advice on how to use the product, buyers guides, how to videos or a membership section. To be successful in dropshipping you need to go beyond simply putting up an out of the box e-commerce website and hope for the best. You have to go that extra yard to attract buyers and keep them on your website.
3) Inventory of a dropshipper gets sold out after a customer has placed an order – Even once you’ve been able to get people onto your website and buying, you can face the disaster of customers placing orders and paying money only for dropshippers to run out of inventory. This can happen when sourcing from dropshippers who don’t stock enough inventory or you haven’t managed your ordering system properly.
4) Unable to make a profit – While it is possible to earn $1000s every week running a dropshipping business from home, profit margins can be razor thin. You have to ensure you’re selling products there’s a market for and not selling in markets that are saturated or dominated by the big retailers with massive buying power. What’s more, if you decide to stock products on Amazon or eBay you will have to hand over a healthy slice of profits along with PayPal fees and postage costs (which your competitors might be offering for free). You have to get your sums right otherwise you could be struggling to make a profit from day one.
Setup your own drop shipping website to avoid third party listing fees
Possibly the best way of making a decent income running a work from home drop shipping business is to setup a website through which people order directly. This avoids eBay’s listing fees and means you can automate much of the process. The drawback is you first have to setup a website and then attract traffic through the search engines, which takes time.
Getting a high ranking in the search engines so customers can find you takes hard work, perseverance and a fair amount of internet marketing know-how. So all in all, work from home drop shipping businesses aren’t a scam, but it takes a lot of hard work to earn the $100s or $1,000s you might be hoping for.
Learn from a dropshipper with 10 years experience
As you can see, there are many challenges and pitfalls to launching a successful drop shipping business. In fact, the majority of ecommerce websites fail to make a profit because of the challenges of avoiding middlemen posing as wholesalers, sourcing products people are buying at the right price and then attracting people to your website, or eBay/Amazon listing, to make enough sales.
When launching a home based business working on the internet with so many pitfalls to avoid, I find the best strategy is to learn from someone that’s already done it successfully. Christine Clayfield has been running a dropshipping business for over 10 years, going from a struggling ecommerce website owner to a dropshipping juggernaut making over $10k per month.
She’s created a guide on how to build a business like his called Drop Shipping Pro. It includes step by step tutorials, an easy to follow business plan and software for setting up your own ecommerce drop shipping website. Some of the information it provides includes a list of 300 reputable and legitimate drop shipping suppliers (so you can avoid bogus middlemen), guidance on how to avoid running out of stock, where to list and sell your products and the secrets to being successful on Amazon and eBay.
Drop Shipping 4 Idiots enables you to avoid all the pitfalls and mistakes newbie dropshippers make, which can cost huge amounts of time and money. Instead you can fast track your route to success and get a dropshipping business up and running successfully for less than $50. What’s more, the guide is sold with a 60 day money back guarantee, so you can give it a try and if it’s not for you then you can ask for your money back and look for a more appropriate home based business opportunity elsewhere.
Disclaimer – The links in this article to Drop Shipping 4 Idiots are affiliate links. However, I wouldn’t recommend the guide unless it had received positive feedback and can help you to avoid the mistakes made by the majority of people when starting out in dropshipping. If you can imagine how much an hour of Allan Morgan’s time would cost, less than $50 is a bargain to get his expert advice on becoming a successful and profitable drop shipper.
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I’m sure in your entrepreneurial journey to start a home based business you’ve read plenty of books on how to achieve financial independence and follow the success stories of those who’ve made it big in business, like Bill Gates, Donald Trump, Mark Zuckerberg and the list goes on. One key question that often crops up is whether to save as much of your hard earned money as possible, and play it safe, or invest whatever you can back into your new business venture. We were always taught since childhood to save for the future, but if you think about it even if you are saving since you are in kindergarten, there is no way you will come close to become a millionaire or even billionaire?
Saving is like planting all your money in one small patch of earth and waiting for it to grow. That’s fine if you’ve got millions to put away and the interest rates are sufficient enough to support your basic needs and lifestyle. Then you’ll definitely be living the dream.
But while there is nothing wrong with saving your money for your future, investing is how a lot of the self-made millionaires really make their money. Buying assets or launching new home based businesses is like planting your money in lots of different patches. Some of the places where you put your money might be risky, but it’s the only way to find those magic investments, whether in stocks or new businesses, that will help your income explode, even if you work from home, and accumulate much faster than what the banks will offer you.
So, would you rather save or invest? Both have their merits. But it is only by making your money work for you that can really start making big profits.
A smart rule for managing your money is to spend just what you need to cover your basics, like clothing, housing, food, utility bills, taxes and entertainment, and put luxury expenses on the back burner while you’re getting your home based business up and running. Whatever you have left over you can then invest back into your business or to get as much interest as possible in the bank. Keeping separate accounts for investing and saving can also be would be really helpful in managing your finances efficiently.
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When you hear about the latest start-up millionaire or home based business success story, do you question why are others more successful than I am? Did they just get lucky, or were given money by rich parents?
Success in life comes from having goals, defining what success means to you and then working hard to achieve them. It’s particularly important to have some defined goals if you work from home so you can motivate yourself to keep making progress every day, what ever type of home based business you’re pursuing. As Earl Nightingale said “Success is the progression of a worthy ideal”. Whether your goal is to be fit and healthy, achieve financial independence or to have a long and lasting relationship, nothing gets handed to your on a plate.
The truth is there is no secret recipe to being successful. But the right daily habits can go a long way. According to an oft quoted stat – 95% of everything that you think, feel, do and achieve is the result of habit. Successful people have “success habits” and unsuccessful people do not.
Successful people accomplish ten and twenty times as much as average people who have not yet learned these habits and practice them daily. But the good thing about habits is that all habits can be learned. Here are the topmost things that most successful people do every day.
Keep your eye on the prize
Stay focused on your goal and do not get distracted by any unimportant details. A lot of many undesirable things and challenges will come your way, so you should anticipate these things and don’t let them confuse you in any way. Device a plan on how to achieve your goals and devise a fall back plan, if in case plan A doesn’t push through.
Learn How to Say No
Saying “No” means setting your boundaries so you focus on what is important. It can be difficult to say no if you want to be liked and be seen as a team player. But saying yes might be counterproductive and add more things to your plate, reducing your time to pursue opportunities that can advance your home based business.
Keep a Daily Plan of Attack to
Having everything laid out and planned on what you want to achieve each day keeps you away from distractions. It will help you focus more on your goals. This will help you learn to manage your time better to do the really important things when working from home and setting yourself small rewards from getting specific tasks done.
Keep an open mind on any criticisms that you get. Constructive criticism is a good way to assess yourself and evaluate what needs to be done in order to improve your home based business or freelance services. Although negative criticisms can be painful to hear, listening to what people have to say can help you to address your weaknesses and identify where improvements need to be made. Soliciting feedback from friends, family and clients is a good way to measure yourself and whether your ideas stand up to scrutiny.
Trust your instincts
That little voice in your head is your gut feeling talking to you and telling you to follow your instincts. But it doesn’t mean that you have to follow your gut feeling all the time when the advice you’re giving yourself sounds illogical. But when you already have some previous experience and are caught in a similar situation then maybe you should listen to your instincts first. People who over analyze things often end up making bad decisions because they didn’t learn to trust their instincts.
Starting a home based business working from home is always a risk. But most successful people get to where they are from taking calculated risks. Learn to take a plunge on something that’s unfamiliar. If the result is unfavorable for you, simply learn from it and keep moving forward. Remember that great success stories and big dreams are not realized by playing it safe, and the only thing that sat on its way to achieving success was a chicken.
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When you first start working from home, there’s a lot of things to learn. Whether it’s as simple as learning some basic accounting or more complicated like how to setup a website, you’re going to find yourself having to take on new skills and knowledge in order to make progress.
Thankfully, our brain’s have an amazing capacity to store new information. As some scientists discovered, the human brain has an impressive capability to adapt to new skills or ways of thinking even into old age due to an ability known as neuroplasticity. With the right stimulation our brain can form new neural pathways, alter existing connections and adapt and react in ever-changing ways.
When we want to learn a new language, for example, we can either memorize new words or associate it with our native language. According to a neurologist in California Dr. Judy Willis, “Something that is memorized is only retrievable the exact way it was processed. By forming multiple connections in the brain, we gain greater understand and it becomes a long-term memory.”
Dr. Willis recommends a three step process to better understand new information:
Step 1: Symbolize – this is putting information in as simple terms as possible. You can put this new information into diagrams, flow charts, and PowerPoint slide which can help you remember the information.
Step 2: Categorize – categorizing the information facilitates remembering and learning. It is a form of chunking information that focuses on putting information in meaningful groups.
Step 3: Synthesize – If you come across an unfamiliar term you can sort it into groups based on similarity. This can assist the brain in making big picture connections and as the learning process continues, shaping these categories accordingly will allow enduring memories to form.
A strong memory is not dependent on age, but rather on the health and vitality of your brain. So to learn new things quickly, you need to harness the natural power of neuroplasticity to increase your cognitive abilities, enhance your ability to learn new information, and improve your memory.
The following are a few simple routines that can help improve your memory:
1. Sleep a lot and meditate
Research shows that sleep is essential for memory consolidation. If you are sleep deprived, your brain can’t operate at full capacity. Meditation has been proven using scientific evidence of its mental health benefits. Studies even show that meditation can improve focus, concentration, creativity and reasoning skills.
2. Get your blood flowing
Treat your body well by making it a habit to exercise, it enhances your ability to process and recall information. Physical exercises increases oxygen to your brain and reduces the risk for disorders that lead to memory loss.
3. Eat well
Don’t skip breakfast, numerous studies have shown the positive effects of eating breakfast on the brain. Incorporate your meals with brain-boosting diet which is rich in omega 3 like olive oils, nuts, fish which are considered as healthy fats. Healthy snacks throughout the day keep your metabolism going and keep you alert as well which is good for your memory.
4. Tune in
Listening to a soothing music is also a big factor in helping you recall key information. Some researchers say if you’ve learned something new while listening to a song, you can recall it by playing the tune in your head.
5. Write Stuff Down
I don’t know if it the same with anyone else but I find it easy to recall what I’ve learned by writing it down in my notes. I also learned that writing with your pen help stimulate ideas, it also massages acupuncture points in the hand, which in turn triggers further ideas.
So if your struggling with all the new things you need to learn when working from home, try working on improving your memory with these 5 brain boosting tips.
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If you currently work in an office, being able to work on the net from home must seem like a dream job. You can work in your tracksuit, choose your own hours and you don’t have a boss checking up on you every 5 minutes.
Working from home certainly has its perks. But it also has its pitfalls. Here’s a rundown…
Work on the net from home benefits
More flexible – Instead of having to clock in and clock out the same time every day, you can adjust your hours to suit you. Maybe you’re struggling to get your head down in the late afternoon – no problem, take an hour off to go for a walk in the park and then make the time up in the evening. This is particularly advantageous for parents that need to fit work around school runs, doctor appointments and the endless list of errands that come from having a family.
Better work/life balance – Weekends are no longer the only two days when you can indulge in your hobbies or interests. Maybe you enjoy sailing. If you work on the net from home you can take Wednesday afternoon off to go for a sail around the lake, and then simply make the time up on the weekend or an extra hour each evening. You can fit your work schedule around you life, and not the other way round.
Less travel – With a daily commute that involves moving from your bed to your study, you gain hours every week which you can spread around your work schedule however you like. You also save on petrol, bus tickets and other expenses you rack up just to get to and from work.
More productive –Without office gossip, distractions, long meetings and the general lethargy that can set in on a slow afternoon in the office, doing work from home can be far more productive. The hours can literally fly by when you’re also no longer watching a clock to tell you when you’re done for the day.
More motivated – If you want to build a career doing work on the net from home, you’ll be amazed how much more motivated you will be when your income is reliant upon your own endeavours.
Work on the net from home disadvantages
Isolation – You can find yourself missing the office banter and team spirit if you work from home full time. There are ways around it though, as discussed in this article.
Lack of training – Without an HR department or career development policy in place, you’re skill development is very much in your own hands. These days, you can find lots of online courses you can take for all manner of work related skills, and it’s sensible to allow a few hours a week or a couple of days a month for investing in your own skills development.
You have to pay for your own equipment – if you’re lucky enough to turn a hobby (like photography) into a work from home business, then you might have everything you need already. For data entry, virtual assistant, freelance writing and other work on the net jobs you’ll need a decent PC or laptop, which will have to come out of your own pocket.
So before embarking on a career doing work on the net from home, it’s worth weighing up the pros and cons to decide whether the remote worker lifestyle is for you.
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While times are tough, people are watching their dollars and hunting for bargains online. This makes it the perfect time to start a work from home business selling products you create yourself or can buy cheaply for a healthy profit.
If you are artistically inclined, why not try creating a designer brand of your own (as my sister is doing)? You could create designer mugs, birthday cards or T-shirts to sell to people who like something unique and different to mass produced items.
It’s relatively cheap to get items printed with your designs or you can buy equipment so you can work from home printing them yourself. A fantastic way of giving your self designed items that extra special touch of exclusivity is to limit each design to a batch of 100. You should then mark every item with its batch number and create a certificate confirming its uniqueness. Creating a story behind your designs is also a very effective marketing tactic.
If you’re planning on selling people’s unwanted items, then charity shops and yard sales are a great place to look. In particular, look out for designer clothes that are still in good condition which you can sell to label conscious fashionistas.
Other items that can sell well (in my experience) are old board games and video games (particularly if the boxes are in good condition). In fact, I made over $1000 selling old games, clothes and other items when moving house.
You have two main options for your work at home job selling online:
1) Sell on eBay
This gives you access to a massive potential market. The best advice is to always start your auctions low to attract bids in the hopes that a bidding war ensues and pushes prices up. You should also write honest descriptions and deal with complaints politely so you can build a trustworthy reputation and attract plenty of bidders.
The big drawback of eBay is that it’s difficult to charge a premium for products on a website that is seen as a glorified car boot sale. You also have to pay eBay every time you list.
2) Create a website of your own
This might be a better option if you want to sell unique items you’ve created yourself or have a niche market. Creating your own website enables you to brand it and create a selling environment that enables you to charge a higher price. The drawback is that it can take a while to build traffic to your website, through the search engines, social media and forums. But if you’re passionate about the items you’re selling, then starting a blog is an effective and enjoyable way of growing search engine traffic.
Doing work from home selling on auction sites and your own site can earn you a very profitable income. It takes a lot of work though, finding items, listing them, packaging them and dealing with customers. But many people have found it to be an excellent way to work on the net from home.
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Would you like to be able to work from home? A lot of people do. Being able to set your own timetable and to work in coffee shops, in the park or from wherever there’s WiFi certainly sounds appealing. And, despite what some managers might think, studies show that working from home can also improve your productivity. Without the distractions of office chatter and the commute to work every day, you can get a lot more done. And I’m sure everyone wants to be their own boss.
Working from home can have its downside though. It can feel isolating not having work colleagues around to interact with. And being able to choose their own hours isn’t right for everyone; some people need the watchful eye of a manager to keep them motivated.
Perhaps the biggest hurdle of working from home, however, is being able to find enough work so you can support yourself. Just like any other business, it takes time to market yourself, to build up a portfolio and to find enough clients to keep you busy and to earn enough to pay the bills. But plenty of people have done it and are able to work from home running a successful online business.
Here are three ways of making money online working from home on the net:
Freelance writer or copywriter
If you are hoping to become the next JK Rowling then you might need a reality check. It took her many years of living on little money and dealing with book refusals before Harry Potter was published and she became the billionaire she is today. The fact is that for every JK Rowling there are a million struggling writers, and it’s getting even tougher with the rise of eBooks and online piracy to make money as a fiction writer. Instead, a more profitable market is to target businesses as a freelance copywriter.
Businesses, both big and small, need writers all the time to write press releases, brochures, blogs, email marketing campaigns and now video scripts. The big companies also pay great rates for competent, reliable copywriters with a mere dash of creativity. So if fancy yourself as a wordsmith, starting an online business working from home as a freelance copywriter is a real possibility.
Virtual Personal Assistant
There are thousands if not millions of businesses that need the assistance of a virtual assistant to look after all the admin tasks they don’t have time for. This could include answering the phone, responding to customer emails, filling in spreadsheets, writing letters and all the other tasks a secretary would do in a conventional office.
The internet and modern communication tools like Skype mean that it’s not possible to provide all these services working from home just as though you were based in the office. Another benefit is you can work on the net for more than one client at once – so long as you are well organized, of course.
Many people now work on the net from home in affiliate marketing. In simple terms, this involves creating websites relevant to a specific interest (like this one) or a problem that people have, like weight loss. You then make money through people clicking on the advertising links for products that relate to their interest.
There’s a lot to learn if you want to start doing affiliate marketing. This includes how to setup a website, how to drive traffic and the best ways of promoting offers to your visitors. This can take months, if not years, to learn how to do well.
I started investigating affiliate marketing earlier this year, but I’ve already been working on the net from home for the last six years. If I was to start from scratch, with no knowledge of how to build a website and the other skills you need, my recommendation would be to sign up for a reputable course, such as Bring the Fresh, which teaches you all the skills you need to create money making websites. This will save you a lot of time, and the upfront investment is worth it compared to trying to piece everything together yourself from various forums and articles strewn around the web.
After learning how it’s done, it’s then up to you to practice what the course teaches you and to find a profitable niche you are interested in, because there is a lot of article writing involved.
Dont believe the scammers – making money online is hard work
So as this post highlights, there are plenty of ways you can work on the net from home. But as with everything in life, you should be prepared for some hardwork and to avoid the many scams that promise to show you how to make $100s or $1000s every week for very little effort. If it was that easy, everyone would be doing it.
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When you’re running a home based business, effective time management is a key to success. You have an endless list of tasks to complete but only a limited amount of time. So you have to be able to prioritize the things that you want to accomplish during the day and cut out the procrastination.
A lot of home based business entrepreneurs admit that they tend to procrastinate on high priority tough task and waste too much time on low-priority admin tasks which eat up their day. This is why successful entrepreneurs that work from home adopt productivity boosting habits that give them the competitive edge and steer them to success.
Here are top five productivity boosting habits of successful home based business owners:
Establish a routine
Make a daily schedule and stick to it. Making a list of what you want to accomplish every day helps you stay motivated and avoid distractions like TV and social media.
New unexpected tasks may come your way but you have to prioritize whether they are of greater importance than what you have on your list or whether it can wait. What makes a home based business owner successful is being able to stick to daily and not stopping until they are all completed.
Exercise and meditate
Exercise not only tones your muscles but also energizes your brain power as well. A 2012 study by the Montreal Heart institute found that aerobic exercise increased cognitive function from increased blood flow to the brain.
To gain the benefits you don’t have to lift weights or do some rigid exercise. A simple 30 minute jog or yoga meditation is enough to get the healthy brain boost. It’s also wise to do some physical activity during the day to relieve stress and to give yourself a boost of natural energy, rather than rely on caffeine to power through to the end of the day.
Check your progress
Regularly review your progress and see how far have you gone during the day. Figure out what are more relevant things that deserve your full attention and deserve the most focus. Completing big tasks can be more efficient if you break them down into stages. Otherwise you can get to the end of the day and not feel like you’re accomplished anything. Aim for quality over quantity and figure out how to get better results in a short period of time.
Spend quality time with family and recharge
Sometimes children and family can feel like a distraction from running your home based business. But a lot of successful people have managed to prioritize spending quality time with their family. Successful entrepreneurs use their family as inspiration to drive themselves to achieve their goals. To be able to have fun with your family and friends amidst your busy schedule can also save you from the risk of burnout. Recharging yourself and temporarily disconnecting your focus from work will give you a new and wider perspective about your personal life and your business.
Plan for tomorrow – tonight
Having lists of priorities will help you get more done in less amount of time. Why not prepare tonight the things that you expect to do tomorrow? Preparing the night before ensures you can be focused on what needs to get done the moment you sit at your desk, dining room table or whether you work from home. Another vital habit is getting a good night’s sleep so you have you energy to be as productive as possible running your home based business.
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Jo Swinson, the Minister for Employment Relations and Consumer Affairs, has announced a new flexible hours rule which will enable millions of employees in the UK to enjoy flexible hours and be ablee to work online from the comfort of their own homes. Swinson reiterated that employees will be happier and more motivated if they can work from home during hours that are more convenient for them.
It’s believed the added benefit of happy and productive employees is that it could boost UK’s economy. As of the first quarter of the year, there are already 10 million employees who enjoyed the opportunity of working on flexible hours but the privilege was only limited to parents and those who have other caring duties at home.
The flexible working law, I think, is practical and timely. Considering the technological advantage of what we have today to be able to communicate better remotely and the efficiently it can benefit both employers and the workforce. The new rules involve compressed hours, where individuals do five days’ work from home in four staggered hours to avoid the stress of rush hour, or working from home. Although many employers fear that working remotely can lessen group collaboration and question their employee’s productivity. But businesses should start trusting their employees and create strategies to motivate home based workers. There are a lot of technological tools today that can help employers keep track of their workers.
Productivity Apps, employee monitoring, Cloud-Based Sharing Tools and Time Management Apps are the top 3 Apps that every remote employer should have to ensure the productivity and to boost their employee’s motivation. Productivity software allows businesses to set goals and keep track the progress of a certain project. Cloud-based sharing tools includes Google Drive and Dropbox which make it easier to share documents within your team, keep track and review project progress over time. These kind of sharing tools encourages collaboration among team members within a group to which the project is assigned. Time management Apps, tracks how remote workers are spending their working hours, employers can take advantage of this app to give motivation to their employees who have low efficiency ratings.
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