Millions of Americans have done it -- now you too can enjoy the extra income, flexible hours and low start-up costs of your own part-time, home-based microbusiness. All you need is passion for something you love to do! If you have a hobby you enjoy, a skill you've cultivated (but put aside because it's not "practical"), or the desire to try something new, you have what it takes to join the microbusiness revolution and Turn Your Talents Into Profits
This unique guide describes more than one hundred powerful business ideas that real-life people have turned into local services and growing companies. You'll learn how to
* Obtain business loans, expert advice, and tax help
* Identify your market and build a client list
* Know what to charge and how to stay in demand
* Tap into national small-business organizations and support networks
* Get started -- with hot tips from the owners of today's top microbusinesses
Do you grow a garden, bake great cakes, or make an outrageous sandwich? You can create your own specialty foods line. Are you the most organized person you know? Become a "clean-desk expert" or a party planner. Do you love to shop? There's cash out there for car buyers' consultants or personal shoppers. Are you skilled in accounting, woodworking, painting, sewing, or surfing the Internet? You can make these and many other talents pay with your own microbusiness....
It's the new way to work!
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There seems to be no dearth of suggestions for making money at home, as the growing number of books devoted to the topic proves. But how many of these ideas are practical and creative at the same time? The experienced team of Sanders and Bullen not only describes more than 100 of the more unusual business vocations, but also interviews quite a few practitioners and lists specific resources to consult. Each entry includes a lengthy explanation of the job, and its duties and responsibilities, along with a top tip (e.g., for aspiring dog or cat breeders, it's suggested as an adjunct to other pet-related businesses, not as a solo venture), getting started, and the going rate. Sure to provoke chuckles are some of the recommendations, albeit all bona fide, such as a garden goose^-wear designer (yes, for concrete birds) and a beekeeper (no stings in this thought). Good information, well presented. Barbara Jacobs
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