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           A Home-Based Business Online
          October 2

            Editor: Elena Fawkner
          Publisher: AHBBO Publishing
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           IN THIS ISSUE

          1.   Welcome and Update from the Editor
          2.   Home Business Idea of the Week - Consulting
          3.   Online Business Idea of the Week - Home-Business-
          4.   Article - And Never the Twain Should Meet
          5.   Continuing Tutorial Series - How to Become an
           Information Broker - Part 7 - Reinvest In Yourself
          6.   Guest Article - Success Tips for Organizing Your Home
          7.   Telecommuting Openings
          8.   Freebies
          9.   This Week's Web Site Pick
          10.  Subscription Management
          11.  Contact Information

        1.  Welcome and Update from the Editor
        Hello again and a warm welcome to all new subscribers!

        How would you like to win a free sponsor ad in A Home-Based
        Business Online?  Well, that's what's on offer for the
        next few weeks.  Each week, the subscriber who refers the
        most new subscribers to this newsletter during that week
        will win a FREE 25 line top sponsor advertising spot in this
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        As always, this newsletter 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 others,
        I want to hear from you!  Please send comments, questions
        and stories to: Contact By Email

        See you all again next week.

        2. Home Business Idea of the Week - Consulting
        The key to becoming a successful consultant is to work in
        a field in which you have experience and which holds your
        interest. Your experience and educational background can
        be a springboard into consulting. The options are limitless.

        Professional consulting services cover a variety of
        business services including marketing and advertising,
        financial management, strategic management, computer
        software and hardware trouble-shooting, and human resources

        Personal consulting services include wedding planning,
        interior design, education and career planning.

        Businesses and individuals who need specific expertise
        keep these consulting services fueled.

        Full report:

        There are many more home-based business ideas like this at
        with more being added
        all the time.


        3. Online Business Idea of the Week - Home-Business-In-A-
        This week's online business idea is something a little
        different from what you will usually see in this space.
        When I first came across Harmony Major's Home-Business-In-
        a-Box package I thought to myself, now THIS is what I was
        looking for when I was first starting out on my quest to
        find a home-based business I could operate online.  Like
        many people, I was convinced that somewhere out there in
        cyberspace was my niche.  All I had to do was find it.
        Well, I did ... eventually, and after MUCH trial and

        I'm willing to bet a lot of you reading this newsletter are,
        now, where I was then.  A Home-Business-In-a-Box may just be
        the launching pad you have been looking for.  And this is
        why I am bringing this package to your attention.  I am not
        a reseller of the product, nor was I solicited to feature
        Home-Business-In-a-Box in this newsletter.  I mention
        the product here simply because it offers the new internet
        entrepreneur a ready-made online business selling a quality
        product that you can start marketing immediately and
        without wasting the sort of time and effort I did.

        Essentially, Home-Business-In-a-Box is a 7 page, custom-
        designed website, ecommerce-enabled to accept credit cards,
        online checks and 1-900 billing.  The product you would be
        selling from your new website is a package of over 1600
        informational reports on sought-after topics.  (Regular
        readers of this newsletter will be aware from the ongoing
        tutorial series that has been running over the past six
        weeks that information products are THE hottest commodity
        online today.)

        One of the benefits that sets Home-Business-In-a-Box apart
        is that your website can be customized to your own
        specifications ... it is NOT just another self-replicating
        site like so many so-called business opportunities seem to
        be.  All of the technical setup headaches are taken care of
        for you too.  And, most importantly for the longer term,
        once your website has been created, you then have complete
        control over it.  This means you can change it, introduce
        new products and services and generally add to it over time
        as your online business expands.

        The full basic package will set you back $149.95.  Kind
        of a low investment when you think that what you get for
        your money is a fully-fledged business of your own.

        Full details:


        There are many more online business ideas at
        with more being added
        all the time.


        4. Article - And Never the Twain Should Meet
        By Elena Fawkner
        Copyright © 2017 All Rights Reserved

        For many people, working from home sounds like an ideal
        arrangement.  You don't have to waste time commuting to and
        from the office, you can be there for your children when
        they come home from school, you don't have to answer to
        anyone but yourself and you can work the hours that suit you
        ... not your boss.  All very well in theory.

        On the other side of the coin, though, are the challenges of
        working from home.   "Working your own hours" all too easily
        can become "working all hours" if you don't set a workday
        schedule, while rowdy children can become an almighty
        challenge when you need to present a professional image to
        the prospective client you're speaking with on the

        The fundamental key to a successful transition to a home-
        based business is to keep your business and personal lives
        as separate as possible.   Decide up front how many (and
        which) hours of the day you are going to allocate to your
        business and stick to this schedule.  What you don't get
        done during today's business hours can and should wait until
        tomorrow.  Don't succumb to the temptation of allowing your
        business to encroach on your personal and family time.

        One trick to keep your business and personal lives separate
        is to have separate areas of the house for each.  If at all
        possible, allocate a room of your house or apartment
        exclusively as your business office.  Make sure that all
        members of your family understand that when you are in that
        room, you are working and are not available except in an
        emergency.  Likewise, don't use that room for any non-work
        activity such as a TV room.

        By strictly separating areas in this way, you will
        reinforce in your mind (and the minds of other family members)
        that your office is a place of business and is to be
        treated as such.  Just as your family will learn to respect
        these boundaries, it will also help you to "switch off" at
        the end of your work day if you can literally shut the door
        of your office and return "home" to your family.

        One temptation that, if indulged, will blur the line between
        your business and personal lives, is attending to non-
        business tasks during the hours you have allocated to
        business.  Avoid leaving your office to run a load of
        laundry, unload the dishwasher, clean the bathroom or
        organize the kitchen cabinets ... any of the myriad of things
        that can assume an almost overwhelming urgency in the face of
        that business task you are putting off starting.  These
        sorts of distractions will only serve to keep you in your
        office much longer than necessary.

        Another important tip for keeping your two worlds separate
        is to have separate business telephone, modem and fax lines.
        Do NOT allow your children to answer your business phone.
        Arrange for an answering service to take your business calls
        during your non-business hours.  Similarly, when you are
        working, try to ensure your children are otherwise occupied
        when you make business calls.  The last thing you need when
        trying to convince that prospective new client that you
        should win his account is a screaming five year old right next
        to you.

        If you have very young children, hire a sitter for the times
        of the day or week when you know you will be conducting
        business on the telephone.  If you have older children,
        deputize one or more of them to occupy younger siblings.
        You might want to pay your 'deputy' for this service as a way
        for him or her to earn some income or pocket money.  The
        money you spend on sitting services will be more than
        outweighed by the professional image you will be able to
        project to prospective and existing clients and customers.

        As important as it is to choose for your business something
        you love to do, don't allow your business to take you away
        from your family.  After all, your family was likely one of
        the primary reasons you decided to work from home in the
        first place.

        It is one thing to be present physically.  It is quite
        another to be present mentally and emotionally.   The more
        rounded you are as a person, the more you bring to the table
        ... both personally and professionally.  The enjoyable
        activities you engage in in your non-business hours can
        energize your business life.  So, instead of thinking about
        the work you could be doing on Sunday when you're at the beach
        with your spouse, think of the fun you have on that day as
        an investment in your business for the coming week.

        Give 100% of yourself to work during the time allocated to
        work.  Then shut the door on it.  Your family deserves 100%

        5. Continuing Tutorial Series - How to Become an Information
           Broker - Part 7 - Reinvest in Yourself


        The last point I would like to make involves growth. Simply
        put, as profits increase, you should continue to re-invest
        these profits. This continued reinvesting of profits is
        necessary to insure continued growth of your business, and
        in turn, the continued increasing profits that come with it.

        Needless to say, there are many ways to reinvest profits.
        One of the best ways is to continually evaluate and upgrade
        the scope of your marketing. This usually means spending
        more on your advertising and other marketing techniques. You
        may want to consider contacting some internet advertising
        agencies for fresh ideas.

        Another key factor to growing in your business is to
        continually add new products and sales literature. (Also
        continue to enhance existing literature.) You should always
        remember that your own customer base is the best place to
        introduce new products. Consider sending an e-mail message
        to all of your existing customers to offer new information
        products that you purchase or develop yourself.

        There are lots of other ways to reinvest profits. Upgrading
        office equipment, for example, may be near the top of your
        list. Whatever your particular company needs are, keep in
        mind that your primary objective when reinvesting profits
        should be to create more sales. If purchasing new office
        equipment will aid you in producing better quality products
        and sales literature then it may very well be necessary. On
        the other hand, if your products are selling well already,
        you may benefit the most by simply placing more classifieds.
        The beauty of it is the fact that it's your decision and no
        one else's.

        You now have everything you need to get your home business
        started and shifted into high gear immediately! Not only do
        you possess the knowledge, you have the ideal product as

        So what are you waiting for? Are you worried you won't
        succeed? Why not look at it like this. If you try to succeed
        in your own business and fail, the most you will lose is a
        little money. After all, you don't have to risk your life
        savings when starting this business. The knowledge alone,
        that you will gain from starting your own business will
        outweigh any financial loss by far.

        You must also keep in mind that success can be a difficult
        thing to sneak up on. Perseverance is a major asset to
        anyone starting their own business. After all, failure, as
        well as success is a part of life. As the old saying goes,
        if at first you don't succeed, try, try again. This saying
        wouldn't be so popular if everyone succeeded the very first
        time they attempted anything. Remember, all progress involves
        some form of risk.

        Now that you know the worst that can happen (and it isn't
        all that bad, is it?) let's concentrate on the best case
        scenario!  If you succeed, and more than 75% of all new
        entrepreneurs do, you will no longer have to rely on others
        for your income!  You'll be able to work the hours YOU want
        to work, right in your own home! So what are you waiting
        for? YOU CAN DO IT!

        Have faith in yourself and go for it!


        This was the final instalment of this tutorial series.
        If you missed previous instalments you can pick them up
        from the newsletter archives at


        6. Guest Article - Success Tips for Organizing Your Home
        By Laura Shepherd

        Would you like to work in a well-organized office?  The
        problem is many of us are unwilling to spend the time it
        takes to get organized.  If we used a system of organization,
        we would find ourselves being more productive and even having
        a little more time for ourselves.

        As an organizing consultant, I have learned what is
        important to organize. When I go into an office, I will be
        shown all the files the client wants organized.  It抯 at
        this point I ask which ones are current?  I only organize
        files that are currently being used.  If the client still
        wants three drawers of files organized that they have not
        used in over a year, my recommendation to them is that they
        organize these files themselves while putting them in storage
        boxes.  Be sure to label the boxes and store them in your
        storage area.  If you work out of your home, you may not have
        room in your storage area for these files.  My suggestion to
        you is to find used filing cabinets.  These filing cabinets
        may be stored in a garage or basement to store files that you
        no longer use.  However, because of legalities, you cannot
        dispose of them.

        To start your organization, start making a list of every
        file in your file drawers. You will discover that you have
        files in your current file drawers that should be in storage.
        The next thing you will see is that you have duplicate type
        files. The list will also show if you can tell what is in a
        file by the way it is labeled. Being able to tell what is in
        a file by its name will save you time that can be used in a
        more profitable way. It will also make it easier for anyone
        else who has to find something in your files.  My "Step-By-
        Step Guide To Organizing Your Office" contains detailed
        information on this particular subject.

        After you have taken out files that belong in storage,
        removed your duplicate type files and relabeled files that
        you were unable to tell their contents by their label, it is
        now time to put your files in alphabetical or chronological
        order. After you have completed this, make a new list of
        every file. Make copies of this new list and put a copy in
        the front of each file drawer. Be sure to update your list
        when you add and delete files.


        Laura Shepherd is an office organizing consultant with 25
        years of experience in the secretComic Sans MS field. For
        information on every aspect of how to organize your office,
        send for the "Step-By-Step Guide To Organizing Your Office".
        The cost of the guide is $5, postage paid. Send your request
        and $5 to Laura Shepherd, Organizing Consultant, P.O. Box
        620176, Oviedo, FL 32762-0006.

        Originally Published at http://www.homebusinessmag.com/
        Reprinted with permission.


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        Small specialty legal publisher seeks paralegal for
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        We need a paralegal with good personal injury experience
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        collection cans. Empty the cans once a month. Recruite and
        manage volunteers to empty the cans. Arrange, plan and carry
        out annual fund drives with chain stores.  Requirements:
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