M. Ramanathan Asked a very simple yet very important question
Greetings my firend!
I read through your site today and got very much interested.
You know why? Coz in your “About me” page, you said about blogging at home everyday after the full time job. Thats what now I’m at in the present.
I’m trying to put in my best efforts to create and grow my blog and so my online business.
It would be great if you can pen down a blog post about the problems you faced at the very initial stage when you started online business / blogging.
More specifically after finishing the full time day job, how you managed to write and maintain your blog / online business?
I have to learn a lot and its great to share knowledge with people with same passion.
Thanks a lot for your time buddy! Waiting for your next post
And I am sure many others will also have similar question.
Somewhere down the line we also know the answer to the question. The biggest problem is about managing time and so let us first see some an example.
Check out the article I saw few days back from DailyBlogTips.com on How Hard Top Bloggers & Entrepreneurs Work? I Guarantee it will change your outlook to setting up online business forever and do remember that these people are already top bloggers.
I will add couple more people to the list.
Jeremy Shoemaker Aka Shoemoney is most of the time travelling which is part of his business and yet blogging. I rarely see his blog without an update.
John Chow blogs even in mid air.
and the list can go on and on and on …
If you are just starting out and planning to make your way up you need to be doing close to what they are doing currently if not more.
The important part is your passion for business, rest can always take the back seat.
I enjoyed weekend work and late hours of work when I was setting up my business along side my job.
Over to you
Your biggest challange to Building An Online Business When You Still Have A Full Time Job is gone. So what are your future business plans? Share your thoughts in comments below.
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