The Three F's of Home Business
Copyright (c) Jill Black 2003
When considering starting a new home business venture it should
rate well using the three F's of business.
There are several questions you will need to ask yourself to
ensure your proposed business idea has the potential to become
a viable venture. For this you will need to do some homework.
This may be done by asking people already in the field of
business you are proposing to enter and through carrying out
your own research on the internet to establish if there is a
market for your idea.
Not all ideas will be profitable. However, this should not be
the only determining factor for deciding if to pursue an idea
Remaining flexible in your ideas is one of the keys to being
successful. The more ideas you have multiplies your chances of
coming up with the million dollar idea that will change your
Throughout the life cycle of a business you need to remain
flexible in your thinking and to be open to opportunities
as they present themselves.
Avoid the trap of thinking there is only one way to do
Most of all you should enjoy whatever business you decide to
become involved in. It should match your personality, skills
and talent as you may be in it for a very long time.
One of the biggest mistakes is in starting in business for
monetary gain alone or because someone else has said what a
great business it is to be in. What may be right for them is
not necessarily right for you. If your heart is not in your
business you will rarely have fun in the game of business and
the necessary drive that gets you out of bed in the morning
eager to start another day.
Jill is a home business person with a portfolio of easy to
operate business ventures and owner of Net writing and
Publishing success a site offering ways to start a home
business through writing. This site can be viewed at