Category: Home-Based, Teleworking
Jeff and Jim talk about remote access technology that will help people who do a lot of buisiness travel. Jeff explains what it is, and how it is more secure than most people believe. They go on to talk about where and how you can check your information.
Jim and Beverley talk about home-based business owners getting cabin fever and what to do to cure it.
Jim and Beverley talk about the two categories of home based businesses and how they both can work.
Jim and Jeff talk about wireless fidelity and explain how it works. They discuss making decisions about purchasing technology that will give gratification.
Jeff and Jim talk about how easy it is to conduct business even when you are away on vacation.
Jim and Beverley share success tips for home based businesses. They also talk about some difficulties home-based businesses face.
Beverley joins Jim for another visit as they talk about home-based business issues. This visit includes an interview of a home-based business owner, Darlene Koonsman. Darlene talks about how she started her home-based flower shop, how she developed her idea for the business, including the challenges and opportunities she found being home-based. Darlene also tells Jim and Beverley how she financed her business.
Beverley brings with her a husband and wife home-based business team, Everett and Antigonie Ladd. Bev helps Jim interview the Ladds about how they started their home-based training business, how they developed their idea, including the challenges and opportunities they found as home-based business owners. Antigonie talks about how they converted their vision into reality.
Beverley helps Jim interview a real live home-based business owner, Lisa Soens, who is a professional pet sitter. Lisa talks about the challenges and opportunities she faced as a home-based business owner, as well as how she conducts her business.
Another great visit with Beverley. She and Jim talk about the fact that being a business owner is not intuitive. You have to surf, read, listen, learn, and ask for the stuff you don't know. They discuss how home-based businesses can gain a competitive advantage by using the Internet as an educational resource.
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