I have been thinking of promoting livechat softwares like proprofs.com/chat/ it seems this can also be a good product to be sold as an affiliate product. Since most sites would be happy to implement such support tools on their sites. I am working on the roadmap to get started with it, BTW really big list of ideas you have shared. Will surely get some help from it.


Take note, it’s a UNIVERSITY, not a bootcamp that dumps a ton of information onto you and then leaves you hanging. University educations usually take 3-4 years to complete, and this is no different. (Frankly I’m irritated by ‘gurus’ who claim you can create an online business in 8 weeks. That’s utter bull! It might be long enough to get you started, but it can’t possibly come close to providing everything you need to grow a profitable business that’s going to generate you passive revenue for years to come). But don’t think that means you’re going to have to wait years to see results. The beauty of our Milestone Method is that you get results as you go. (And that’s the secret sauce keeping you motivated and engaged on your online business journey)

I know of a guy who started out as a handyman. He then took that idea as a handyman and started his own blog to teach people how to fix things themselves through blogging and video tutorial. At the end of every post or video, he would tell you what tool he used to get the job done and would provide a link directly to Amazon for you to purchase that product.
It’s funny that you put baking of all things on this list. I’d often considered the idea of baking cookies and things and selling them on Facebook garage sale sites and things like that – until I made Christmas cookies last week and found out how difficult it is. Let’s just say it gave me a healthy appreciate for the people who make all the tasty desserts I regularly enjoy!
Breaking In. Many people find that once they’ve completed their training, getting their first job can be difficult because many companies require a minimum of two years experience. Many newbies start out by volunteering to get some history under their belt. It’s not impossible to land a job fresh out of school, but you’ll need diligence and persistence, and probably a little luck.

Thank you so much for this list. I have been deliberating on starting a consulting/coaching business for so long now (2 years). I am not working at the moment as I took a career break after my MBA to start a family and now look after my child. Consulting for SME’s has always been my passion, it was actually my MBA long term goal but since I am yet to attain my short term goal (getting a job and more experience) I am hesitant to start my coaching business. My fear of not starting has been around how a new employer will perceive me when I am ready to go back to work. Are there people who openly run a side hustle and their employers know? I am in the UK and currently starting to look for a job but it is taking longer than expected, I also would like to know how this applies in the USA as I will be moving over in two years. Can you advice, anyone with experience in both markets please advice.
Accommodate Multiple Forms of Payment: Many deal-seekers carry cash, but you want to accommodate every potential buyer. So, in the days leading up to the event, consider purchasing a point-of-sale system that can accept credit cards. Square is a popular and relatively cost-effective option: it doesn’t cost anything upfront and bundles credit card processing fees into its own per-transaction fees, resulting in a net expense of 2.75% for most transactions (net of $97.25 for every $100 charged). This is a small price to pay to capture the ever-growing cashless consumer demographic. On the day before the sale, visit the bank and grab $100 in small bills and coin rolls to ensure you’ll have enough change for buyers who do prefer cash.
There are many people who start working online and after some time manage to quit their jobs. Some even manage to make six or seven figures annually. But let's keep our feet on the ground. What if you could generate an extra $1,000 monthly with your website? Many newbies reach that income level within six months of starting their websites, so it's a reasonable expectation. Wouldn't the extra $1,000 monthly improve your life a lot? Wouldn't it allow you to have more flexibility, to buy the things you want?
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