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Sunday, January 22, 2017

How to decide what kind of at home business a busy mom should start

Recently, a publicist for Snowe Saxman contacted Suzanne and asked if she would share her posts on her blog.  We thought that these posts would fit perfectly on How to Manage Your Monkey and  The Poor Redneck.  


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So, without further eloquence, here is Snowe Saxman.

 How to decide what kind of at home business a busy mom should start



There are three
questions you want to ask yourself when you begin to think about starting your
own business. 




1)    How much time do I have to invest in a business per week?



Today we have so many options to help us work around our families because of
the internet. It truly gives you the freedom to design your life and reach
billions of people all around the world, which I did not have when starting my
first business almost 20 years ago. However, you still need to sit down with a
weekly plan sheet and figure out exactly how much time you can devote to a
business each week especially as a busy mom.  A more traditional business
like becoming a beauty blogger, coach, or a service-based consultant is going
to require more of a time investment than the many wonderful direct sales and
network marketing opportunities. They allow you to ability to step into a
business model without having to develop the entire business plan.  




2) What financial
resources do I have available?




Just like the time consideration, you must figure out how much money you have
to invest and how


long you can work a business without profiting.  More
traditional businesses require a bigger financial investment.  You can
“boot strap”, but that means you are not taking a profit, so you have to figure
out how long you can do that.  Direct sales and network marketing
opportunities do not require the same amount of financial investment, but you
will need to invest something, so you need to know up front, "How much do
I have?".  More traditional businesses can take as long as 3 to 5
years to be totally profitable.  Direct sales and network marketing can be
3 to 5 months, so understanding this when starting out is so important.




3.  What
gifts, talents, or experience can I monetize?  




I truly believe that everyone has something they can monetize and turn into a
business. Begin by taking an inventory of the things you are really good at, so
that you can begin to find what you can turn into a business.  Ask
yourself, what can I do with my eyes closed? What do people always ask for me
help with?  And what would I do for free?




These are really
great questions to figuring out what to monetize.  And this is another
reason why I am hosting an exclusive online this Saturday, called Financially
Free. Learn more here and grab your free divine financial gift bundle Financially Free.






Snowe Saxman is a
Success, Wealth & Women’s Expert + two-time Amazon Best Selling Author,
also known as the Money Oracle.  She was a millionaire at age 25, living
on food stamps + bankrupt by age 35 and now she is earning multiple six figures
on her way to Millions again. She is married to love of her life, Paul. They
have 7 children and 2 grandchildren.  Yes, Snowe is a Glamma.
 Someone way too young and gorgeous to be called Grandma.  She has
been able to channel a painful past into a purposeful future and rebuild her
global empire by teaching women God-Inspired success, financial & business
strategies. Snowe had been featured on The Huffington Post, US News & World
Report, Chase.com, Fast Company and hundreds of radio stations across the
country. 
















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