Are you feeling a nagging urge that its time to make a change? Do you feel like your life has become boring? Or, maybe you need more spendable income. After all who doesn’t.
Well let me take the pressure off and do the searching for you.
Contact me via email or phone (noted below and on the About page of this website) and submit you name, email, phone number, and resume. I’ll get back with you in 24 hours with job leads. I charge 15.00 for this service payable after you receive your first check. If you do not find what your looking for I charge 0.00.
If you peruse the rest of my website you will see that I have over 20 years in customer service and have worked directly with the CEO and President of a well established car dealership. I use these skills and connections I have to offer you a new and exciting opportunity.
I’m willing to search in just one specific location if you are not able to move. However, if your reaching out to me because you have a nagging feeling that things have become boring and you need a change. I encourage you to consider looking at jobs in other cities. Sometimes a big move is just what a gal or guy needs to feel like they’ve got a clean slate and fresh new start.
I’m really looking forward to working with you and watching you achieve the goals you’ve set forth for yourself.
phone: (616) 667-7486
Do you collect “stuff” like figurines, costume jewelry, lanterns, books or even credit cards. Sometimes our hobbies start to crowd our living space and its time to downsize. Set up a website or Facebook account and get extra items listed online. You can employee me as admin for the website and I will keep it up to date and continue to list items for you.
I personally collect costume jewelry. Its an obsession! I just can’t resist inexpensive sparkles. Check out my Facebook account for an example of what I’ve done.
Your probably wondering how collecting credit cards can be a hobby. According to Good Financial cents (http://www.goodfinancialcents.com/hobbies-that-make-money/)
“Some people pursue credits cards for the cash back and travel rewards like it’s a part-time job. If you have a good strategy, it’s easy to earn several hundred dollars per year in rewards or thousands of miles using the best airline credit cards, but your earnings can skyrocket if you go after signup bonuses.”
I personally would not suggest pursuing this hobby or you may find that you have more debt than you want. However, if traveling for business is something that you are already doing, and your financially responsible it maybe something to consider.
Now don’t quit your day job just yet. When reselling items online that you’ve over collected your hitting a small market of people and the income maybe just enough to start a second hobby. Don’t plan on this to pay your bills unless your willing to invest cash and time to make it happen.
Forbes has six tips for turning your hobby into a career and I would suggest reading the following article from 2013 and re-reading my article on Crowd Sourcing your next cause.
Well good luck with bringing in extra cash while enjoying your hobby, and don’t forget that I’m available to admin for you and streamline your hobby or maybe your next career.
There are many websites like Kickstarter, CrowdCrux, and eFullfilment that give you the platform to put your idea on the market. Or, maybe you need a private investor who can mentor you and provide valuable life experience that you just can’t get anywhere else. However, its important to know how to negotiate, when to negotiate, and when to stay quiet.
So how do you know which is the best way to get the fastest return? Well regrettably you have a little more work to do before you can have your Grand Opening.
Research! Research! Research!
If your going to set up a website like Kickstart know that you are the steam in this engine and you don’t have anyone else to rely on. Growth with Entrepreneur Lending advises to utilize newsletters, a blog, or even social media. Be aware that quality is really going to make the difference here. Ask a few ex colleagues, friends or family members and tell them you want real feedback.
Niceties wont get this job done.
Venture Village advises that transparency with your investors is beneficial. Remember they are your investors because they had the knowledge and the connections to put themselves in a position to have the cash when you needed it. If you feel the need to hide what you are doing from your investors your going to learn why your investors would not have approved. The consequences for this little lesson can be painful and undermine all the hard work you have invested so far.
Start thinking ahead to when that funding comes through and your ready to fly. Venture Village advises to set up efficient structures from day 1 such as Human Resource costs. The most valuable thing you can do for you business is ensure that you are hiring quality people who share the same goals as your company. It can be extremely expensive to continue retraining agents to do what the last guy was doing just fine, except for the fact that he complained about meetings on Mondays. Maybe it would be less expensive to simply move the meeting and keep “that guy” than it would be to train a Monday go getter.
So my advise to you is figure out which forum is comfortable for you to use. Then step it up in a couple of months and try selling that idea to a personal investor or crowdsourcer. But never venture in without doing your research.
Whether it be kickstarter, a private lender, or crowdfunding agency research who you’re dealing with. How they can positively affect what you’re doing, determine what you’re going to expect from this relationship, and when do you expect this relationship to blossom into profits for your business.
These three points will be the necessary guide to selecting who can help you the most, and how their most likely going to do that. Knowing when this relationship will reach it high point is the end goal and never lose site of the end game. And never underestimate the power of good research.🐝