Being able to work from home and make more money than you would at a boring 9 to 5 job is everyone’s dream.

But the reality can be a little more difficult than simply starting a business and watching the money pour in.

For the average person it takes 12 years to become successful/build a successful business. It also takes the average person around 3.2 attempts at success before they get it.

The reason for this could plausibly be that success and business is tough, however it could also be that many people are choosing the wrong industries to get into to begin with.

 

With success being so hard, you do not want to start out trying to take down Apple, or plotting for world domination in a certain industry.

These giant goals although impressive are unrealistic until you have more substantial resouces working in your favour.

If more poeple were to align themselves with level 1/2 success to begin with I’m sure more would succeed.

Examples;

Level 1/2 businesses are those that require little start-up cash, few resources, can be done on your own and have very, very low barriers to entry.

Dog walking, cleaning or gardening are probabaly the most typical examples of these businesses that people have done over the past 2 or 3 decades.

They’re easy to start-up, you require no qualifications and people will always need these services.

The only issue with these industries is that the pay is poor unless you expand and hire more staff. However this brings new stresses and more barriers to entry. Ideally and probably the reason why you’re here, you’d like to create a business from home that makes the kind of money you can live comfortably on.

This will enable you to live a good life or alternatively raise the income you need to reach stage two of your long term plan.

 

 

11 business ideas from home

 

Niche blogs

Blog that look at a range of topics are hard to operate. This blog for example looks at so many different categories, but it’s our 3rd rendition and something we’re able to do with ease now. If you’re just starting out however targeting a niche is the way to go.

Is there a topic you’re into that nobody else seems to have taken advantage of, or stepped up to be the leading light of? If you wanted to write a blog on the NBA then you may struggle to rank high. If you wanted to write a blog on improving free-throws, vertical and more then you may have something.

Off the back of this you could sell courses that help people dunk or increase their 3 point percentage.

The great thing about niche blogs is that you could succeed with one and start another which increases profits by doing the same thing.

Drop shipping

The most popular growing industry over the past 10 years, drop shipping has made many people very rich.

Drop shippings biggest advantage is that you don’t hold any stock. You can sell products from Chinese wholesale websites for more on your website and keep the profits. It’s a simple yet effective way to make a profit legally.

You can also sell anything on that site as long as the wholesalers have it in stock. In my opinion I think anyone drop shipping should have an eye on creating their own versions of the products eventually.

For example, if they’re drop shipping gym clothes, they should make enough money to create their own so that their future is in their hands and the uncertainty is removed.

Amazon buy and sell

Made very popular by Tai Lopez, selling on Amazon is just as easy as drop shipping. You find products on Amazon that are being sold for cheap, you buy them, then re-list them on Amazon for more. Alternatively you can buy products from wholesale websites and then list them on Amazon for more which would probabaly grant you larger profits.

Website/logo design

Creativity will always be rewarded by profits. If you have a skill flaunt it. Being able to design a website, a logo or other graphics will always have an audience. The tricks with this industry are of course being excellent at what you do, two being different, three being able to market your services well. Social media will be key with this one.

Beer company

It’s crazy I know, a beer company? Very few people understand how easy beer is to make. Although you need a license to sell it, the ability to make beer and come up with your formula, bottle design etc, can all be done from home.

Once ready you can contact a brewery and get this made. Then it’s just a matter of meeting with bars and restaurants and letting them have a taste.

Review website

Everyone likes to read a review now before they buy. Why not be the person they run to for that advice.

There are golf enthusiasts that play on different courses all year and write about them. There are travel enthusiasts that travel around the world staying at different hotels and then writing about them. If you preffer to be at home, then review movies or apps, or games, whatever you can think of.

Online personal trainer

I’ve heard of people making thousands per month doing online training for clients that are either too busy or afraid to step into a gym. Get qualified and take advantage of this. Get yourself a fantastic camera or webcam and start marketing.

Music producer

Very much overlooked, but a goldmine if you have talent. Many world famous DJ’s now simply press play and jump around for hours and then get paid millions. It’s set up perfectly for anyone interested in the music industry to start creating beats from their room and then put them out on social media. Believe me if you’re good enough people will use them and top artists will eventually buy them. Not to mention that you can sell the tracks on websites to content creators.

Social media management

Another one of Tai Lopez’s ideas. There are so many businesses out there and a lot of older people running them. These people still believe in flyers and word of mouth, they have no idea how powerful social media is. If you can convince them and run their social accounts then they will pay you for doing so. Having only 10 clients could be enough to make you a very wealthy individual.

Airbnb property rental

The final Tai Lopez idea. Tai believes that there are millions of people with sparerooms or homes that they’re not taking advantage of. If you can convince them to go 50/50 with you, you can list these properties on Airbnb and manage everything.

 

Video editor/videographer

Video is the future and some of the editors that exist now are beyond talented. If you can reach the top 1% in skill level within this industry, then expect to have business coming your way for years to come.

 

Being able to work from home and make more money than you would at a boring 9 to 5 job is everyone’s dream.

But the reality can be a little more difficult than simply starting a business and watching the money pour in.

For the average person it takes 12 years to become successful/build a successful business. It also takes the average person around 3.2 attempts at success before they get it.

The reason for this could plausibly be that success and business is tough, however it could also be that many people are choosing the wrong industries to get into to begin with.

 

With success being so hard, you do not want to start out trying to take down Apple, or plotting for world domination in a certain industry.

These giant goals although impressive are unrealistic until you have more substantial resouces working in your favour.

If more poeple were to align themselves with level 1/2 success to begin with I’m sure more would succeed.

Examples;

Level 1/2 businesses are those that require little start-up cash, few resources, can be done on your own and have very, very low barriers to entry.

Dog walking, cleaning or gardening are probabaly the most typical examples of these businesses that people have done over the past 2 or 3 decades.

They’re easy to start-up, you require no qualifications and people will always need these services.

The only issue with these industries is that the pay is poor unless you expand and hire more staff. However this brings new stresses and more barriers to entry. Ideally and probably the reason why you’re here, you’d like to create a business from home that makes the kind of money you can live comfortably on.

This will enable you to live a good life or alternatively raise the income you need to reach stage two of your long term plan.

 

 

11 business ideas from home

 

Niche blogs

Blog that look at a range of topics are hard to operate. This blog for example looks at so many different categories, but it’s our 3rd rendition and something we’re able to do with ease now. If you’re just starting out however targeting a niche is the way to go.

Is there a topic you’re into that nobody else seems to have taken advantage of, or stepped up to be the leading light of? If you wanted to write a blog on the NBA then you may struggle to rank high. If you wanted to write a blog on improving free-throws, vertical and more then you may have something.

Off the back of this you could sell courses that help people dunk or increase their 3 point percentage.

The great thing about niche blogs is that you could succeed with one and start another which increases profits by doing the same thing.

Drop shipping

The most popular growing industry over the past 10 years, drop shipping has made many people very rich.

Drop shippings biggest advantage is that you don’t hold any stock. You can sell products from Chinese wholesale websites for more on your website and keep the profits. It’s a simple yet effective way to make a profit legally.

You can also sell anything on that site as long as the wholesalers have it in stock. In my opinion I think anyone drop shipping should have an eye on creating their own versions of the products eventually.

For example, if they’re drop shipping gym clothes, they should make enough money to create their own so that their future is in their hands and the uncertainty is removed.

Amazon buy and sell

Made very popular by Tai Lopez, selling on Amazon is just as easy as drop shipping. You find products on Amazon that are being sold for cheap, you buy them, then re-list them on Amazon for more. Alternatively you can buy products from wholesale websites and then list them on Amazon for more which would probabaly grant you larger profits.

Website/logo design

Creativity will always be rewarded by profits. If you have a skill flaunt it. Being able to design a website, a logo or other graphics will always have an audience. The tricks with this industry are of course being excellent at what you do, two being different, three being able to market your services well. Social media will be key with this one.

Beer company

It’s crazy I know, a beer company? Very few people understand how easy beer is to make. Although you need a license to sell it, the ability to make beer and come up with your formula, bottle design etc, can all be done from home.

Once ready you can contact a brewery and get this made. Then it’s just a matter of meeting with bars and restaurants and letting them have a taste.

Review website

Everyone likes to read a review now before they buy. Why not be the person they run to for that advice.

There are golf enthusiasts that play on different courses all year and write about them. There are travel enthusiasts that travel around the world staying at different hotels and then writing about them. If you preffer to be at home, then review movies or apps, or games, whatever you can think of.

Online personal trainer

I’ve heard of people making thousands per month doing online training for clients that are either too busy or afraid to step into a gym. Get qualified and take advantage of this. Get yourself a fantastic camera or webcam and start marketing.

Music producer

Very much overlooked, but a goldmine if you have talent. Many world famous DJ’s now simply press play and jump around for hours and then get paid millions. It’s set up perfectly for anyone interested in the music industry to start creating beats from their room and then put them out on social media. Believe me if you’re good enough people will use them and top artists will eventually buy them. Not to mention that you can sell the tracks on websites to content creators.

Social media management

Another one of Tai Lopez’s ideas. There are so many businesses out there and a lot of older people running them. These people still believe in flyers and word of mouth, they have no idea how powerful social media is. If you can convince them and run their social accounts then they will pay you for doing so. Having only 10 clients could be enough to make you a very wealthy individual.

Airbnb property rental

The final Tai Lopez idea. Tai believes that there are millions of people with sparerooms or homes that they’re not taking advantage of. If you can convince them to go 50/50 with you, you can list these properties on Airbnb and manage everything.

 

Video editor/videographer

Video is the future and some of the editors that exist now are beyond talented. If you can reach the top 1% in skill level within this industry, then expect to have business coming your way for years to come.

 

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