Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Risk Free Business
Posted by: andrew william, 30-Jun-2009Almost all businesses you get into have some form of capital risk involved. A wise businessman will consult experts before venturing into business plus research to back up his venture. Although one may have all the know how’s, there is always that element of uncertainty. Economic crisis, demand for your product or services, staffing problems, long hours of work, overhead cost and many other factors to consider.
Not many can become rich by working for others. Gone are the days when you put more than 8 hours at work, your boss recognizes you and you move up the ladder fast. Today you have to be early at work to beat the jam and the boss expects everyone to work more than the stipulated 8 hours.
Quite a recognition!
You probably have to work 15 hours a day to be recognized. And where will that get you? You will have no life, you age fast and you end up with all kinds of sicknesses in your mid life when you had earned enough, only to pay them all to your doctor for the complications.Stress is one of the major killers today.
A sea of independent business people who never invested large risk capital
I was invited yesterday to an Amway recognition meeting. I was amazed how this particular accountant decided to get out of the rat race and start this business part time and is now financially independent. Not only him, but I bumped into professionals of all walks of like who are although working full time, is doing this on the side to supplement their income.
I believe we should all strive to become independent businessmen and businesswomen. You will have control over your life, your finances, your time and your family.
Nice Blog! I been reading your blogs for months now! Keep on going! =D God Bless!