Always be open to all possibilities — keep an open mind. Your mind is apt to change as you learn more as you go along. Don’t be immutable, at least until you can see a few different perspectives. You may then be able to determine what would be involved to facilitate this idea as part of a feasible home business plan.
You may have a vision or an idea of what you think your home business will be, and along the way you may discover additional as well as alternative strategies. At any given juncture in your business development you could discover another facet for your business and be able to develop an additional stream of income.
It is always important to sit down and make a list of your interests and skills, as well as your specific work experience. Really think about what you did at each job you had. What did you do well; what did you like the best. This is important so that you know what assets you have to work with.
Another resource to consider is the amount of time you have to invest in implementing your operations procedures. Going forward, consider how much time you can commit to being engaged in running the business on a day-to-day basis, as well as factoring in time for technical and maintenance functions.
To be honest starting up a successful online home business is not about how much money you have to invest, so much as it is about how serious, determined and focused you are in starting a real business that will pay you an income in the future. Remember starting-up is just square one. Many people are all fired up and ready to ‘byte the bullet’ (do whatever it takes to start a business); but then they don’t do anything else beyond setting it up. They expect it to run itself and not cost them a single dime to operate.
So the first thing you should determine before you waste any time or money, is if you are really serious about being willing to do the work and spend the time. Be sure you would be willing to make sacrifices in making your online home business one of your top priorities. Do you have what it takes to stay motivated on your own and to focus on your business? These are important considerations. There is nothing to feel guilty about if you don’t. It just may not be for you.