It happens all the time. People start a home business and they hide it. They keep it a secret. They are afraid to tell family, or friends, or anyone else they know, that they've started their own work from home business opportunity. Why?
For some crazy reason it sees as if most new home based business entrepreneurs think that you have to hit pay dirt first. Money has to be rolling in and the business as secure as Fort Knox before you can tell anyone you know. You can not tell friends, family, neighbors or former co-workers. Nope. What will they think? God forbid, if they think you're taking a chance and not making much money. Gee, it might not work. Sound familiar? Are you afraid to hear them say that? How silly!
Unless you are totally nuts, you would not have taken the plunge. You would not have launched your own online work from home business opportunity if you thought it was going to fail. Right? You see, if you do not have confidence in yourself, your business, and your product … you will fail.
Branding, exposure, networking, tooting your own horn, telling everyone you know, including the dog … that's how to generate business and guarantee your success. Tell the world. Send a note to all the people you know. Always have business cards on hand and do not be afraid to pass them out. Sign your email with your web address included in the signature. At the next party, when someone asks you what you do for a living, tell them. Heck, you can even tell your Mom.
The more you do it, the more confident you'll become, and you'll soon be good at it. It will be a very natural thing to do. You'll find that people generally want to help others. If someone does not have an immediate interest in your product, they may know someone who does. And, bingo … you have a referral. It's a great way to do business and it's worked for me time and time again.
You have a lot to be proud of. You had the courage to start your own business. This is your baby … your very own online work from home business opportunity. The world needs to know about it.
Source by John Bettencourt