Updated 21st January 2019
What Is The Best Home Business
The best at home business – Being an observer (and participant) of the home business community for the past few years, I’ve noticed something amusing (and I must say disturbing). This is the tendency of representatives to diminish and slam competing companies in an effort to make their own company look better.
I see it all the time on message forums, with everyone arguing that this company is better than that one. Even worse is when a new person poses a question about a particular company, and reps from competing companies chip in with negative comments and try to encourage the new person to join them instead.
Does that really project the right professional image? Don’t we all end up looking like a bunch of squawking crows?
The truth is, every company is the best, for each individual. We can’t all be in the same business, because each of us has our own preferences, goals and dreams. It will more than likely be down to what trend category we fall into (see graphic)
Imagine if there was only ONE company that offered a home business opportunity. Perish the thought! We need all these great companies, and they need individuals that are passionate about their products and services. Thank goodness we have so many choices in this wonderful age of technology.
Best At Home Business To Make Money At Home
When we find the company with the best at home business that suits us best and become representatives, we don’t have to beg or plead with anyone to join us or buy our products. In fact, doing so is a big turn-off to our potential customers. Most of us don’t realize we’re being pushy, and we certainly don’t intend to be.
Often, our enthusiasm and excitement gets the better of us and we oversell or try to convince others that what we have to offer is the best. We can also fall into a “lack mentality” and think that there are only so many recruits and/or customers to go around, so we’d better hurry and “get ours” while we can.
With the growing popularity of home businesses, we are going to have a never-ending supply of potential business partners for many, many years to come.
Build Up Your Reputation – Grow Your Home Business
So, build up, don’t tear down. Speak positively about yourself, your company, as well as other reps and other companies. You don’t have to sugarcoat everything, but remember the old adage: If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.
Offer help and share information. Be knowledgeable about your products and your industry, and share that knowledge freely. Be interested in other industries also. Learn as much as you can and share the knowledge with others. This way you will grow your business as well as build your reputation.
Be available for inquiries. Offer to answer questions or share information without being pushy, and without grovelling or begging. Refusing to “waste time” on people who you think might not buy or sign up will earn you a reputation for being greedy or stingy.
Build Your Business – By Helping Others
Put yourself “out there.” Don’t wait for a potential customer or partner to peek out and then pounce on them like prey. Stay visible. Get active in communities related to your industry or niche. Write informative articles about your industry or niche and distribute them freely. Then your customers and partners will be seeking YOU out as the go to person for information!
For all you people who want to be a business owner simply because you want to be your own boss, my advice is – Pick the online company or program that is the very best fit for you. Its your life so live it the way you want to and you can’t go far wrong. Above all though, do your research and do it some more.
I really do wish you an awesome day wherever you live in the world.
Warmest regards, and be successful in whatever you do, or are planning to do.