I know a lot of busy professionals who would give anything to start a business by the side, but don’t have the time to do so. Is that your story? What if I told you that there are profitable businesses you can do just during weekends and still thrive?
Having worked in the bank for a while, I know what it is to be busy. Though I wanted to run my own business by the side, my daily schedule did not give me any breathing space. Unfortunately, I never did start any business until I finally quit my job.
Professionally speaking, it is always better to start and grow a business while still working. That way, you can test your new product or service and get feedback. You will equally validate the business idea, and start generating income before you quit.
Thankfully, your case can be different and better than mine. Sure! If you play your cards right, you can start your business and grow it to a reasonable extent before you quit your job.
Are you a bank executive, a lecturer, a doctor, a dentist, a lawyer, a research consultant or an engineer? Do you want to start your own business but have always thought it was an impossible feat because of your busy schedule?
Not to worry, below are 12 weekend business ideas that every busy professional can explore:Continue reading
To turn your hobby into a business has been advice that has been around for a while, and many have successfully implemented this idea.
The idea behind this advice is that if you are passionate enough about something, then you can spend a considerable amount of time on that thing. If turned into a business, then you would succeed with the same ease.
While this idea makes sense on the face of it, book lovers like me for a long time wondered how it could be true for us as well.
I have taken the time to put together a few business ideas that are proven to work, that book lovers can do to turn on the cash flow on their hobby.Continue reading
My story is similar to thousands of graduates before me. I graduated from school a few years back only to realize that the saying “there are no jobs” was not without merit.
In my bid to leave the ever-swelling mass of the unemployed, I was forced to think inside the box and look at the skills and hobbies I had formerly taken for granted.
The unbelievable truth is that there is a market for everything. The challenge is discovering what to sell and how best to get it to the people who need it.
Just like me, there are lots of other people who have similar stories of successfully turning their hobbies into lucrative businesses. And who says you can’t be next?Continue reading