New Start Careers

Arthur Levine

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Are you tired of the corporate rat race, the office politics, and kissing up to superiors that don’t have half your talent? You don’t have to live like this. You are entitled to make a new start where you can dictate the terms and conditions under which you work. You are entitled to be in charge of your own destiny. You are entitled to be in control of your own work environment. You are entitled to be the boss.

How many times have you been passed over for a raise and or a promotion that you knew you were entitled to? How many times have your superiors failed to give you the recognition you deserve? When was the last time your Christmas bonus lived up to your expectations? How long are you going to wait to be properly compensated for your efforts before you decide to start your own business?

You don’t have to be frustrated any more. You can start your own business right from the comfort of your home. You can develop your own potential. The opportunity is yours for the taking.

Let’s put together a list of what your talents and prospects are by answering the following questions:

1. What do I like to do?

2. What am I good at?

3. What has my business background taught me?

4. What can I do better than the Company I work for?

5. Do I want to stay in the same field?

6. Do I want to do something different?

7. Am I willing to work hard for myself?

8. Am I prepared to make the effort?

9. Can I wait six months to start making a good living?

10. Do I have the working capital I will need to start my business?

Don’t be discouraged if you can’t answer all the questions on this list positively especially if your problems are financial. Maybe your family and friends would like to help you and invest in your new business idea. Some people have even started businesses by tapping their credit cards although this is a high cost way to start. Maybe you might want to start an online Internet business, which can be done using very little capital except for the cost of your time and effort.

Starting your own online business can be done by building your own Web site, having one designed for you (more expensive), or getting an affiliate Web site for free and promoting the sale of other people’s products to start with.

This later way of going into business online by selling products of other people as an affiliate will give you time to learn the business while you decide what you want to do about developing your own products or services. It will also give you the ability to start part time without giving up your day job at first until you are generating a replacement income from your own business.

If you want to be your own boss, starting a new Internet business working from home may be the way to go. Don’t spend the rest of your working life wishing you had gone out on your own. Make the time to be your own boss. You are entitled.

Arthur Levine is the author of numerous articles showing people how to learn to make a new beginning working at home, and starting over. To learn how to make a new beginning access: To see more of his articles or possibly learn how to become a writer yourself, check out

Please feel free to use this article as long as credit is given to the resource box. Keywords: Work at Home, Internet, Web site, Affiliate, New Career, Boss, Home Business, Replacement Income, New Start, Entitled © Copyright Arthur Levine 2007 Words: 635


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