Jenny Dorsey is a 26-yr-old professional chef, culinary strategist, and entrepreneur based in NYC. She runs her own culinary consulting firm, Jenny Dorsey Culinary Consulting, specializing in business strategy, menu R&D, and experiential engagement. She is also the Co-Founder and Executive Chef of a popular dinner tasting restaurant in NYC named I Forgot It’s Wednesday.… Read the rest
Tag Archives: home business
Guest Post by Eileen O’Shanassy
One of the most important aspects of an at-home-business is how much security you should invest into it. Your budget may not allow you to do everything you want to, but there are several things business owners should do immediately to insure both the business and its customers are protected fully.… Read the rest
The New Year is always a time of starting new, starting over, and setting goals. Unfortunately, for too many, by the time February comes around, that new start and the desired goals are nearly forgotten.
Has that happened to you? Have you been wanting to work at home for some time, but haven’t been able to make it happen?… Read the rest
Supporting Contributor Post
If you run your own business, one of the biggest challenges you may be facing is finding talented people who can work for you. When you’re looking to hire or recruit workers for your team, it’s best to seek individuals who have the potential to be leaders.… Read the rest
Guest post by Stephanie Lynch
For many people, working at home is a convenience, but it’s also not without it’s financial perks. Whether an employee or home business owner chooses to work at home, or it is a requirement, here are at least 11 ways a person can save money.… Read the rest
The cooling of fall triggers the holiday season. It’s the time of pumpkin and peppermint goodies, and holiday displays. It’s also an expensive time of year. The obvious expense is shopping for presents; however, then there’s travel, increased electric bill from all the holiday lights, food, etc.… Read the rest
When I first wanted to work at home, I read books and articles to teach me what was involved and what I had to do. The materials that I found really helpful were the true-life stories of people who were successfully working at home.… Read the rest
Janet Ruth Heller is president of the Michigan College English Association. She has published three poetry books: Exodus, Folk Concert: Changing Times, and Traffic Stop. The University of Missouri Press published her scholarly book, Coleridge, Lamb, Hazlitt, and the Reader of Drama.… Read the rest
Jerome Imhoff is a professional résumé writer and career coach with more than ten years of experience in the “employment” industry. After moving to California from the Black Hills of South Dakota, Jerome began work as a vocational counselor and job developer for an adult vocational training school.… Read the rest
Paige Arnof-Fenn is the founder and CEO of global marketing firm Mavens & Moguls based in Cambridge, MA. Her clients include Microsoft, Virgin, venture-backed startups, as well as non profit organizations. She graduated from Stanford University and Harvard Business School. She is a popular speaker and columnist who has written for Entrepreneur and Forbes.… Read the rest
Mike Raines, owner of Raines Insurance Group, has been in the life and health insurance business since 1986. Having over 30 years of experience allows Mike the confidence to know which life insurance company to go to when looking for the best protection for his customers.… Read the rest
Dez Stephens is the founder of Radiant Health Institute, a consortium of holistic educators, providers and practitioners dedicated to enhancing lives through special events, holistic coach training and meaningful publishing. She is also a certified life coach, master trainer and marketing strategist.… Read the rest
Gina graduated in 2010 from University of South Florida with a Bachelors’ of Science majoring in Finance. She has over 15 years of experience in accounting, payroll, and many other specialized areas and industries, she understands a growing company’s needs.
1) How did you get started working from home?… Read the rest
Milo Shapiro left his I.T. career in 2000 to start IMPROVentures, which offers team-building and motivational speech programs using improvisation games. In 2004, at the request of numerous attendees, Milo began offering coaching in public speaking skills (in person and via Skype). That originally-secondary program has become more than half of his business today.… Read the rest
Finding a job can be hard, especially if you are an independent contractor. You want your resume to stand out in the crowd, but how do you do that? These experts give their advice on how to get your resume at the very top of the pile.… Read the rest
This week (October 2-9, 2016) is National Work-At-Home Week. When I first wanted to work-at-home, prospects and resources were fairly lean. Today, work-at-home opportunities abound, so it makes sense to have a week dedicated to this growing segment of the population.… Read the rest
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It has come to our attention that HomeBasedJobs.us is infringing on WAHS’s registered copyright by posting all our content onto its site and it has ignored our cease and desist messages.… Read the rest
No one wants to be the victim of a scam. But avoiding work-at-home scams is more than just about protecting your money or identity. It will also keep you out of legal hassle. Some scams involve the victim perpetuating the scam.… Read the rest
This week’s Work-At-Home Success story comes from Landon Kennedy from Optimized Eating.
Landon is a life long learner. Since quitting his corporate job in 2013, he’s taken many jobs and courses to prepare him for the entrepreneurial lifestyle. He took a series of jobs, first as a landscaper, then a farm hand, and finally in a greenhouse.… Read the rest