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Small Office - Home Office (SOHO) with Maggie

Maggie began her home business long before it was the "in" thing.
She's been at it through the young 'uns, the colic, the croup, and even that other child she has, her hubby, whom we affectionately refer to as "Mr. Maggie".
She's endured hard times and enjoyed good times, and has been down the trail and over the mountain.

Her column is updated every day or thereabouts, so check back often for her secrets and tips.


The Ultimate Compromiser -- The Small Business Owner

Most employees spend a good deal of energy trying to understand their bosses.

Your employees no doubt do the same.

And as the boss, you believe you're not that hard to figure out.

But what they see is the behavior you exhibit more than the reasons for that behavior.

As a small business owner, your behavior is often shaped by the needs of the minute.

You constantly must choose between multiple demands that frequently determine your choices of action.

Your underlying values might be hard to determine from the outside looking in.

What should you do?

Be consistent.

Let your principles and beliefs guide your decisions.

In time, your staff will come to know the wonderful person that you are. . .


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Without it costing you an arm and a leg?

Check out Internet Marketing Mentoring.

You'll receive a real live experienced internet marketing coach phoning you once a week for either 6, 12 or 24 one-half hour sessions, teaching you the ins-and-outs of getting your business noticed on the net.

And it's all for a LOT LESS than you'd expect to pay for such expertise.


Do you have some Small Office Home Office (SOHO) advice to share or have a question?

You can Write to Maggie!.

Include your first initial and last name and put the word SOHO in the subject.

I'll try to use your contribution in a future column.

(Please note that these columns are written several weeks in advance so publishing it will be delayed accordingly.)


I love having my own business, even with all the headaches.
If you're thinking about becoming independent yourself, I hope these ideas help.
The're all tried and proven, by me, almost every single day.

If you're interested in getting started - full or part time - and are just looking for something to start with, check over the
Vending for Fun and PROFIT in Your Grandmother's Attic.

Maggie


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