Want To Make Money From Home Quickly Offer A Service But Don T Let It
Take Over Your Life Part 2

Want To Make Money From Home Quickly Offer A Service But Don T Let It Take Over Your Life Part 2



If you've ever set up a​ service-based business or​ are just starting to​ develop one based on​ the​ advice in​ Part 1 of​ this article,​ you​ probably know this:

=> Offering a​ service is​ a​ lot of​ work and can take up quite a​ bit of​ your time.

After all,​ there are only 24 hours in​ a​ day and 7 days in​ a​ week. Not only do you​ have to​ spend the​ time working for your clients,​ you​ also do spend a​ lot of​ time in​ your business that you​ don't get paid for:

- Updating your website
- Gathering new clients
- Consulting with potential clients
- Bookkeeping
- Answering emails from non-clients

....and the​ list goes on.

Also remember,​ that if​ you​ are sick or​ can't fulfill your client's needs,​ you​ don't get paid. It's as​ simple as​ that.

You need to​ take all this into account when planning the​ growth of​ your business. Here are some tips to​ help you​ make the​ most of​ it:

1. Decide how much you​ want to​ earn and how many hours you​ want to​ dedicate each week.

Don't make the​ mistake of​ thinking that if​ you​ want to​ make $600 per week,​ you​ can simply work 40 hours per week at​ $15 per hour. Again,​ you​ have to​ realize that if​ you​ work on​ client-work for 40 hours per week there will be other maintenance parts of​ your business that will take you​ beyond 40 hours per week.

No one should have to​ work more than full-time hours for full-time pay. Instead,​ charge a​ bit more and incorporate your time working on​ other tasks into the​ calculations. For example,​ if​ you​ charge $20 per hour,​ you​ can have an​ extra 10 hours to​ work on​ non-client tasks and you'll still make $600 per week.

Quality people will pay quality rates for quality work. I promise!

2. Hire subcontractors.

There is​ no reason why you​ have to​ perform all your client's work. you​ can hire others to​ work for you​ to​ complete projects. Yes,​ you​ will have to​ hire them at​ a​ lower rate to​ ensure profit for your business,​ but if​ you​ pay a​ fair rate and treat your subcontractors well,​ you​ can acquire a​ loyal team of​ helpers.

This means you​ can take on​ more clients,​ can focus more of​ your time in​ gathering and maintaining clientele by making sure they receive exemplary service.

When you​ have more clients and potential clients to​ draw from,​ your business will likely have fewer fluctuations than if​ you​ try to​ do everything yourself.

3. Outsource other tasks.

Not only can you​ have subcontractors work on​ your client's work...you can hire others to​ complete other business tasks. Remember those website updates,​ bookkeeping and answering emails? Those are perfect tasks to​ hand over to​ an​ assistant.

Think of​ yourself as​ the​ manager of​ your company. the​ manager focuses on​ making sure things are running well and the​ business is​ growing. They don't worry about the​ small tasks like answering an​ email. They focus on​ the​ big picture. you​ need to​ look at​ the​ big picture too.

We all have hopes and dreams for ourselves and our families and I'm guessing working forever isn't one of​ yours. Putting these 3 simple suggestions into place will ensure that you​ are free to:

- Take a​ vacation
- Take a​ day off with your sick child...or just take a​ day off
PERIOD! :-)
- Retire some day.

Leverage the​ time and work of​ others and you’ll have more freedom in​ your service-based business.




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