Sunday, February 21, 2010

Grants For Starting A Sewing Business?

Here is a reply that I gave to a woman who sent me a message about how she wanted to start a business of her own and was looking for grant programs to help her.

"First of all have you ever heard of "starting" small and allowing your business to grow? Countless times I have blogged about grant programs out there to help people start their own business. I don't know the specifics of your bi-laws and I don't know about the specifics of any bi-laws (if any) at the place that you are moving to and I say that because there may still be a way for you to start your sewing business small from your home while you allow it to grow. What about taking advantage of the fact that you have online access and start a website / blog of your own discussing your business? Get google adsense ads and earn money from that as well.

Unfortunately I am seeing this all the time! People say what they don't have but don't realize what they DO have!

If you are really serious about wanting to start your own business then you are going to have to get serious about finding the information about the grants that you may be eligible to apply for. If you do not want to pay companies / programs to find the grant programs for you I can't understand why you just don't go online and start doing the research for yourself?

The same thing applies to your needing dental care. I have mentioned and posted countless times here on Aidpage (and so have others) about the free dental programs that are out there so I suggest that you look at some of the previous posts here on Aidpage to find the information.

Are you on the list for
unclaimed money? Check out my blog about unclaimed money to find out more about unclaimed money!

Monday, February 01, 2010

"Do What You Love And The Money Will Follow"

Have you ever heard this piece of advice?

If you love doing something, you will naturally become good at it simply because you love doing it and you spend time doing it, more so than the average person. Repetition inevitably leads to improvement. And it’s not like you do the same thing over and over again. You learn each time you do it and get better and better. And if doing what you love incorporates your natural talents, you’re likely to become great at it. Either way, you become better than the average person not only in terms of skill, but in a variety of areas related to what you love to do – knowledge, experience, intuition, contacts made, etc., that you gather along the way.

You start to differentiate yourself from the pack and stand out and that’s when you really begin to put yourself on the path of making money from doing what you love to do.

Do What You Love And The Money Will Follow!