Now that you have your work space set up, it's time to set up your business:

What type of business are you--product or service based?

Do you have a business plan or financial plan in place?

Do you have an action plan or someone to hold you accountable to follow through with your plan?

How much do you want to make a month? How much do you need to charge/hr based on the number of days/wk you want to work/how many hours/day?




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emergent Premium
great training, I really like it and learned a few things.
Thank you
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MelaniLukito Premium
I don't know yet, still focus on the WA training. Thank you for the lesson.
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Loes Premium
Nice infographics and training Davida:)
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jtaienao Premium
Thank you for the training Davida.
Jerome
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mybiz4u Premium
Thnx, D. Words to ponder indeed.
M
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tjandro1 Premium
I would just as soon work on the beach!
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DShensky Premium
you can work from anyplace you like as long as you have access to the Internet---why do you think Starbucks is such a popular place to do business
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amgolf Premium
The best place to work is home.
The best place to rest is home.
You can work without feeling work at home,
Thank you for beautiful working place.
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WilliamBH Premium
Thanks Davida .. Cheers, William.
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docub Premium
Great topic for a training on a very often overlooked component of working out of your house, BUT such an important aspect!
Thanks for sharing your insights.
Brian
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AnaL2 Premium
Nice working space
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AGOgden Premium
The best work space, in my humble opinion, is one which allows ideas and creativity to flow and flow...
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docub Premium
That is definitely an asset!
Brian
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joekeriii Premium
Thanks for sharing this.
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Tezsie Premium
Good summary, good questions too. All in all, good training.
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startouched Premium
Thanks for sharing this information!
Kathy
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