Do You Need Money To Fund Your Startup Business?

Do You Need Money To Fund Your Startup Business?

Do You Need Money To Start Your Business?
Finally it’s time to start your own business!

 

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and start it now….

I wonder how many Americans would start a new business today if they had 1) the money to start it and 2) they thought they have a good chance that they could succeed and 3) they could do it full-time or part-time while doing their present work?

Would it be important to you if I could help you solve these challenges? At no cost to you?

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Would you?  If you are one of those…here is a solution for you…

If you would go to my media sites at…

Google+       “Road To Financial Independence” and “Great                                                       Recommendations Now”

Facebook     “Road To Financial Independence”  and “Dan Norris in                                     Longwood, FL”

LinkedIn       Dan Norris

Twitter          “@dannorris42” and “your_law” and “your_attorneys”

Email              dannorris42@gmail.com

and let me know if you would like to start your business and you are wondering how to solve any of the (3) questions above.

Why would you do that? Well it could be that I could help you to start your business. How can I do that?  By sharing how to solve each of these challenges! If you have questions about my qualifications I invite you to read information under the “About Dan” tab on this blog. And yes, there is no charge for this assistance for you! My assistance is free!

Dan, why will you help me to start a business for free?  And here is my answer…First I know that building a trusting relationship with you will fill a void that you probably now have. You know a lot of people but very few who are truly qualified to help you do what you want to do.  And more often than not you are not sure you can trust them.

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The reasons for me  that I will help  are that you come to my blog and posts and you read my information and ever so often a few of you decide that the services and products that I have to offer in the ads on the side and bottom of each post  are valuable to them. Really! Yes, Some of my readers actually like the value of what I offer on this site, and because they enjoy the free information and advice that I give, they return the favor by taking advantage of my products and services by ordering them online. This is the way I receive payment for my services. Zig Ziglar taught me some things…

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As you think about starting your own business you will have many questions…which is great…I can be one of your professional staff to contact so that you can pick up the phone and say…Hey Dan…can you help me with this question? and I will say…if I can’t then most likely I will know who to refer you to so that you can get your answer at no cost…or to refer you to qualified professionals who will have a free consultation with you and let you know if any costs may be involved and what they are so that you can decide if you want those services.

The point is here to help you move forward so that you can be a real entrepreneur and take that giant leap to start your own business! This is the American Way my friend. More than 99% of the businesses in America are “small businesses” with less than 500 employees….and more than 50% of Americans (120 million individuals) work in a small business!

It would be a real pleasure and opportunity to help you start your business! Just contact me at any of the media addresses above or call me on 407-749-9395.

Just get started on your own Road To Financial Independence plan today!

Dan Norris
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Small Business Consultant

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Have You Considered Working From Home?

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Have You Considered Working From Home?

  • What are the benefits? What are the challenges and  disadvantages? Can you work from home and own your own business? Will my employer allow me to work from home? All are key questions that deserve careful consideration and evaluation!
  • With our new options of working from home either on a part-time basis or a full-time basis…you now have the choice of enjoying your family and loved ones more or working together with them from a home location. This is a great choice…as you can consider the comparative costs of traveling to and from work, the amount of time required to do so,  the important consideration of whom you want to spend your working time with, the relative efficiency of either working at an office, traveling, on the road or at your home.  All of these choices now allow us a new degree of freedom if we choose to exercise it.  For those who can utilize good work practices and work ethics, then potentially they can be much more efficient.
  • I will say that the freedom to work from home creates some challenges…like will you watch that favorite tv program or apply yourself to your work…will you set good work hours for yourself and keep them…it is very easy to be distracted with so many things that go on within your home. Personally I worked in several areas many years in large offices on scheduled hours, in my own personal offices, traveling the U.S. Monday through Friday calling on companies and using my motel as my  office, in one case I drove to and from work 50 miles each way and then traveled 13 states via airplane and automobile, and for the last few years I have elected to work from my home office. Of all of the experiences that I have had, I find that a home office is the most desirable for me…and I can pack my bags and take my home office across the country to any location in Florida, the U.S. or Canada…and accomplish what needs to be done effectively.  One of the greatest advantages to working from home for me is have access and be near those that I care the most about…that is the ones I love as well as my friends. When I spent most of my time each day at the office or on the road, I really missed the interaction with my loved ones. This is by far the greatest advantage that I hear from those who work from home.
  • Many people need the structure of going to an office to be with their other workers every day, or perhaps the work requires that they be present in order to accomplish what needs to be done. In any case, we now have an estimated 40 to 50 million people who are now working either part-time or full-time from home…or a traveling home at their choice. And given the economic environment and since the internet is only some 20 years old now, we are heading into a direction of many more people working from home…and using the internet and the phone as their telecommunications devices.

So studies have been completed to date comparing the pluses and minuses of where you work…there is yet to be grand comparison prepared about which is most efficient however some meaningful studies are emerging.

In summary, my opinions are that the option to work from home opens up many new opportunities and choices of where we want to work, and dependent upon your work requirements, your personal preferences for managing your own time, enjoying your freedom more, spending more time with your loved ones, all enter greatly into the equation of what you would like to do. I do strongly recommend that you consider all options available to you, and the underlying constraints of each. It is an important decision to make as you plan your career and I hope that you will give it ample and due consideration when the time comes.
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Home Office vs. At the Office: Which Is More Efficient?

By Bruce Kennedy Posted 9:00AM  01/17/11

Call it telecommuting, telework or working from home: It appears more of us are earning at least part of our salaries from home, and with the boss’s blessings.

According to a survey by the human resources group WorldatWork, the number of Americans who work either from their homes or remotely at least one day a month rose by 74% between 2005 and 2008, to more than 17 million. And if you add to that figure the so-called “contract telecommuters” — folks who are self-employed or run their own businesses — the number jumps to nearly 34 million people.

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If you consider that  a free 30 minute discussion with an experienced small business owner could benefit you then please contact me. You can reach me by email at dannorris42@gmail.com or call me on 407-749-9395.

I very much look forward to talking with you.

Dan Norris

Small Business Consultant

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