How many days do you work in a week? Five, six maybe even seven?
Do you spend 8 to 12 hours at work, drive home and then spend another 2 or 3 hours on your laptop?
Do you enjoy doing this?
I'll be honest. I was just like you. I spent 90% of my day working my fingers to the bone. I hardly saw my family during the week or even on the weekends.
Then, I burnt out.
I spent a week st... ››› more
Times are tough and they're only going to get worse. According to the department of energy, you can expect the price of petrol to go up by at least 11 cents per litre tonight. Diesel will increase by 42 cents per litre. The price of paraffin is going up by 43 cent per litre.
The main reason for the fuel price increase is related to the fact that petroleum product prices are going up. Fortunatel... ››› more
According to Bloomberg, a whopping 8 out 10 new businesses FAIL in the first 18 months.
But there's a special kind of business model that has a 90% chance of success.
Here's how you can be a part of the right statistic…
A fundamental reason why ordinary start-ups fail is because they go into it alone. The lack of expertise, experience and funding ultimately cripples these entrepreneurs... ››› more
There are a few different ways to grow your wealth.
You can save as much as you possibly can.
You can put it to work on the stock market.
Or you can start your own business.
If you want to start your own business, but keep putting it off, here's why you need to get the ball rolling today…
When is the right time to start a business?
If you have a business idea or two, you m... ››› more
Starting your own business from home may be a dream you have, but you haven't got round to making it happen.
Well it's time to make your dream a reality. You just need to know what's going to give you the best chances of success.
Read on to uncover the best home business ideas that work…
The difficulties of starting your own home business
Starting a business from home can allow y... ››› more
I'm not a big rugby fan. However, when it comes to the World Cup. I watch every South African game. I'm a patriotic South African. I feel that it's important to support our sports teams when we're playing in such important international games.
I get really worked up when the team wins and fails. I end up shouting, jumping and clutching the couch pillows out frustration and anxiety. And I know I... ››› more
Your dreams of building your wealth by working for yourself can be challenging, yet profitable over the years.
The key is to always be looking at ways you can improve your business.
So how can you do this?
Read on to find out…
Eight ways to improve your business
Charisma can take you a long way. Think about a charismatic sales person you’ve come across. They likely made you b... ››› more
As much as I love writing about the financial markets and investments, I'm looking for other ways to increase my income.
Who knows what lies ahead and by having more than one income is one way to ensure that I'll always have money coming in to cover my bills and buy the things I need.
So I've been looking for ways to start a business from home that I can do alongside my writing.
My search... ››› more
Have you ever watched The Apprentice? It's a show I really enjoy. I love watching the candidates trying to impress Donald Trump to secure a job.
Watching this type of show also makes me think about how Donald Trump and others like him have made their wealth through business.
All businesses at some time of another started small. And through hard work, determination and a pinch of luck, the be... ››› more
I know you're looking for affordable ways to generate extra income.
Today, I want to introduce you to a low cost, high profit business that involves raising quail in your back garden.
Not only is this a great second income opportunity, this business idea has the potential to become your lucrative main source of income.
I'm so convinced that this business idea will work that I'm considerin... ››› more
When you're starting your own business, you're usually focused on the obvious things like financial, business and marketing planning… Maybe you spend your time perfecting your products and services… and, while those are all good places to start, there are some lesser-known success factors that you need to be aware of…
I believe these factors are so crucial to your success, that I'... ››› more
Fleet Street Publications (FSP) is just one part of the largest direct mail business in the world, The Agora Group. With affiliates and offices in nearly every corner of the globe, we've built a massively successful multi-billion dollar business using the techniques that I'm about to reveal to you over the next few days…
It's not complicated, doesn't require any special skills and, best of a... ››› more
Nothing compares to the exhilaration of writing and selling an e-book. Trust me I know. When I published my first e-book, The Home Business Tycoon, I watched every sale like a hawk. Then, when I published my second book, The Minimum Wage Millionaire, I nearly fell out of my chair when I watched the sales roll in.
There's something motivating knowing that every sale will result in money flowing... ››› more
I hope that you're excited. This is the last part in the series of secrets revealed by the largest direct mail business in the world. In fact, as we speak, Fleet Street Publications South Africa, is the largest business of its kind in Africa.
Our success is nothing to be snickered it… So take this information seriously, because this is a proven formula to publishing success.
I've already ... ››› more
It's that time of the year again.
When you wait - with joyful anticipation - for your 13th cheque!
And, while you might be pleasantly surprised by how generous your boss has been, you'll be just as shocked when the taxman swipes a lovely chunk of your bonus
How? Well, not only can he take up to 45% of your bonus if it's added to your December salary (because this could push you into a h... ››› more
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