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        1.     Welcome and Update from Elena
        2.     Home-Based Business Idea of the Week - Pet Products
        3.     Feature Article - Getting Organized for Success
        4.     Surveys and Trends
        5.     Success Quotes of the Week


         
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        1.     Welcome and Update from Elena
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        Hello again and a warm welcome to all the new subscribers
        who have joined us since the last issue.

        This week's article is for those of you juggling the demands
        of a J.O.B. (Just Over Broke), a family and a part-time
        business.  "Getting Organized for Success" shows you how
        to take control of  your time rather than allowing time to
        take control of you, and how to be more productive while
        you're at it.

        As always, thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy this
        week's issue.

        Remember, AHBBO is for YOU!  If you have comments or
        suggestions for topics you would like to see addressed, or
        would just like to share your experiences with other
        subscribers, I want to hear from you.  Please send
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        2.     Home-Based Business Idea of the Week - Pet Products
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        What's one of the biggest industries in the United States
        today? Anything to do with pets. Step into any major pet
        supply store and you'll be dazzled by no end of inventions
        to make your life with pets easier and the life of your pet
        more fun.

        This ready-made market represents an online business
        opportunity for anyone with a creative streak and who loves
        animals. The possibilities are endless. Collars for dogs and
        cats with unique designs; name tags; handknitted doggie
        coats for those cold climates; ceramic water and food dishes
        with unique artwork; pet hampers for the pampered pooch at
        Christmas time; frisbees painted in your own unique design.
        You name it, it will sell!

        Your website is crucial. If you do this bit right, you can run
        this business right out of your home, mail order. So start out
        creating a few dazzling samples of your work, have them
        professionally photographed and display them at your site.
        Don't rush the website stage. This needs to be really
        professional and beautiful. It will be a reflection of the quality
        of the work you do on your pet products. If you don't make
        the right impression here, you won't make the sale.

        Plan on including ready-made products in your catalog but
        also offer custom work as well. You can charge much more
        for custom work and your profit margin on these items will
        be much higher.

        This is a business where word of mouth advertising will be
        very important. So create exceptional pieces and you'll find
        that the word will spread, and quickly. Get set up to accept
        credit cards at your site as soon as possible.

        You'll be able to find good reciprocal linking partners in this
        business too. Look for sites that are dedicated to pets such
        as pet care, what to look for in a pet, that sort of thing,
        and negotiate to swap links with the webmaster.

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        There are many more ideas like this at the AHBBO Home Business
        Ideas page at free home based business ideas with more being
        added regularly.

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        3.     Feature Article:  Getting Organized for Success
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        © 2017 Elena Fawkner

        Email, sales letters, email, phone calls, J.O.B., email, kids,
        conference calls, mentoring and sponsoring, errands,
        personal time, email, website updating, writing articles,
        email, search engine positioning, ezine publishing, advertising,
        email.  Oh, and sleep.  And did I mention email?  Sounds like
        your day, right?  Yours and everyone else's who runs a
        business part-time around their REAL life.

        There's always so much to do and so little time.  Or so it
        seems.  But is that really true?  You may be surprised to find
        what you can really accomplish in a day if you were to take
        the time to get organized.  What do I mean by organized? 
        Simply knowing how many hours a day you have available
        and allocating that time efficiently.

        How many hours a day do you have available to you? Well,
        let's say you sleep for 8 hours.  That leaves 16, right?  OK,
        how do you make the best use of those 16 hours?  By
        managing your time effectively.  Here's how.

        This is your Sunday night activity.  Start with a grid (for
        those of you who are computer nerds, by all means use an
        Excel spreadsheet).  Your grid is eight columns across and
        30 rows down.  Label your eight columns like this:

        Time   Mon.  Tues.  Wed.  Thu.  Fri.  Sat.  Sun.

        Then, in the rows under the "Time" heading, enter half
        hour blocks of time starting at 6:00 am and ending at
        10:00 pm (or whatever your "awake" time is).  Your grid
        should look like this:

        Time     Mon.  Tues.  Wed.  Thu.  Fri.  Sat.  Sun.
        6:00 - 6:30 am
        6:30 - 7:00 am
        ...
        9:00 - 9:30 pm
        9:30 - 10:00 pm

        Decide on a code for your grid - whether color-coding,
        letters, whatever, so you can see at a glance where your
        time is going.

        Now, using your code, block off unavailable, non-discretionary
        time.  This is the time you spend working at your J.O.B., the
        time you spend getting ready for work in the morning,
        commuting in the morning and evening, taking the kids to and
        from school/daycare, participating in conference calls hosted
        by your network marketing company, etc.  This is any time
        that you have *no choice* about.  Although you have to run
        errands, for example, you do have a choice about when to do
        them so this doesn't go in here.

        All the white space is time that you have available to you
        for discretionary activities.  By "discretionary" I don't
        necessarily mean stuff you don't have to do at all if you
        don't want to, I mean stuff that you can schedule for a
        time of your choosing.  For example, we must all shop for
        groceries and put gas in our cars once a week, but we have
        a choice when we do so.

        Make a list of your discretionary activities.  This includes
        weekly errands and chores, the time you need to spend
        keeping your web site up to date, writing articles, search
        engine positioning, reading and responding to email, mentoring
        and sponsoring your downline, publishing your ezine, writing
        ads, etc.  And don't forget to schedule recreation/family time
        and time for yourself to do what you want (even if that's
        absolutely nothing).

        OK, now that you know what you have to do, and the time
        you have available to do it in, when is your peak concentration
        time?  Are you an early morning person or a night owl? 

        Schedule the activities that require the most concentration
        for these periods.  Enter them into your grid.  For most
        people, this will be things like writing articles and salesletters
        - activities that require thought, concentration and a
        reasonable amount of *uninterrupted* time.

        On the other hand, reading and responding to email,
        monitoring and tweaking your search engine positioning and
        web site updating don't usually require peak concentration
        to be effective, nor do they require a continuous block of
        time to accomplish.  So schedule these activities for time
        other than your peak concentration time.

        As a general rule, try and get as much done as possible in
        one sitting during your peak concentration time.  The other
        stuff that doesn't require much in the way of concentration
        can be squeezed in during your spare half hours here and
        there between other things.

        The first step in managing your time is understanding it.
        Understanding where it is and how best to utilize it.  By
        taking the time to work up a weekly grid every Sunday
        night and allocating your discretionary activities for the
        week to your discretionary time in a way that takes maximum
        advantage of your peak concentration time, you can't help
        but work more efficiently and, therefore, more productively. 

        If you don't have a plan for your time, what's the first
        thing you're going to do at 6:00 am on Monday morning
        in that precious hour of peak concentration time you have
        to work on your business before you have to start getting
        ready for work?  Yep, that's right.  You'll download and
        read your email.  What *should* you be doing with that
        hour?  Writing an article for this week's ezine. 

        You can read and respond to email any time during the day. 
        It doesn't require peak concentration!  So you've just blown
        that hour.  And in the evening when you're tired and your
        concentration's shot, think you're going to write that article
        then?  Hardly.  What you're going to do is turn on the TV
        right?  And not even remember what it was you watched
        when you wake up at 6:00 again the next morning and do
        the same thing all over again. 

        And then, of course, when the weekend rolls around and
        you still haven't written that article and you have to send
        your ezine out on Sunday night, you're spending your
        weekend writing your article (in between running errands)
        and before you know it, Sunday night's here, it's time to
        send out your ezine again and the *weekend's over*
        already and you don't know where it went and tomorrow's
        Monday and you're so behind and frazzled that you don't
        work up your grid for next week and so Monday rolls
        around and you get up at 6:00 and you don't have a plan
        so what do you do?  Yep, you download and read your
        email ...

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        "To know what has to be done, then do it, comprises the
        whole philosophy of practical life." Sir William Osler
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        Stop the spiral.  Be smart.  Take CONTROL of your time. 
        Don't let it control you.  Time can be your greatest
        friend or your greatest enemy.  Don't let it slip through
        your fingers with nothing to show for it.  Schedule time
        every Sunday night to work up a time grid for the
        coming week.  Who knows, you may even be able to
        enjoy next weekend!

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        4.     Surveys and Trends
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        © 2017 Ryanna's Hope

        SELLING TO THE 'GENERATION X' MARKET

        According to Key Marketing, Generation X comprises 17
        percent of our population. The lives of these 21-to-33
        year-olds are defined by education, insecurity, informality
        and a slow transition to adulthood.

        Generations Xers can be divided into four primary attitude
        groups:

        Cynical Disdainers - are primarily pessimistic about life.
        Traditional Materialists - are like Boomers and seek the
        American dream.
        Hippies Revisited - express themselves through music and
        spirituality.
        Fifties Macho - are young Republicans.

        The youngest Generation Xers are career-minded hard
        workers. They want a good job and an exciting career, but
        are afraid they will not find this. On the whole, Generation
        Xers question the price of Boomers' achievements and
        refuse to adopt the 14-hour-day work ethic.

        Many of the 46 million Generation Xers are from fragmented
        families; 40 percent spent some time in a single-parent
        household by age 16. This was the first generation to fully
        experience the new extended family of stepparents and half
        -siblings. One-fifth of Generation Xers live at home.

        This group values leisure activities, family entertainment,
        economical and functional clothing, quality day care and
        home offices. They are happy with smaller homes,
        economical furnishings and family-priced cars. They value
        today's technology ?cellular telephone, pager, fax ?
        which allows them to stay in touch and in control.

        When it comes to reaching Generation Xers, remember that
        they dislike advertising hype, overstatement, self-importance,
        hypocrisy, and personal sales at home. Generation Xers,
        better moved by visual images than the written word, have
        very few role models. They are more likely than other
        generations to seek out local, specialized products such as
        microbrews and out-of-the-mainstream vacation places.

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        5.     Success Quotes of the Week
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        "Always there will be, along the sidelines of life, inferior
        souls who throw mud at those whose attainments they
        do not quite understand. The man who really accomplishes
        doesn't pay attention to such detractors. If he did, he'd
        be on their level. He keeps an eye singled on the higher
        goal--and the mud never touches him."
          --  Jerome P. Fleishman

        "Never give in, never give in, never, never, never, never--
        in nothing, great or small, large or petty--never give in
        except to convictions of honor and good sense.
          --  Winston Churchill

        "Risk! Risk anything! Care no more for the opinion of others,
        for those voices. Do the hardest thing on earth for you.
        Act for yourself. Face the truth."
          --  Katherine Mansfield

        "Hope begins in the dark, the stubborn hope that if you just
        show up and try to do the right thing, the dawn will come.
        You wait and watch and work: you don't give up."
          --  Anne Lamott

        "Our problem is not lack of knowing; it is the lack of doing."
          --  Mark Hatfield


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