What Do You Want To Know About Being a Home-Based Entrepreneur?

Call for QuestionsI love writing about this stuff. I hope you love reading about it. My guess is that you do – mainly because you’re still reading :).

I’ve received some terrific questions about being a home-based entrepreneur – and I want more.

Though I have ideas and topics for articles to keep me writing for years, I’ve found that I really enjoy answering your questions more directly. I do the writing, and draw the cartoons, but this site is more about you than it is about me.

What Do You Want To Know…?

Let’s open things up a bit. I want to know, what you want to know. What questions do you have about:

  • Being an entrepreneur
  • Working from home
  • Running a home-based business
  • Balancing work and home life
  • Frustrations, fears, and struggles
  • Personal development
  • Marketing, branding (though I hate that word), and customer service
  • Technology
  • Organization, productivity, and the home office
  • Or anything else you feel you’d like to know

Of course, I’m not an expert in all of these things. But I dealt with them in my own businesses and with clients a lot over the years. So if I can’t answer the questions myself, I guarantee I can point you in the right direction. There’s also the possibility of a few guest authors to share their knowledge and expertise.

So, let me know. You can leave your questions or topic suggestions in the comments, or if you prefer, send them to me directly. Let me know if you want me to include your name and URL in my response post.

Thanks for reading, and thanks for participating. I’m looking forward to hearing what you want to hear about.

Interesting Finds – 3/01/2007

Interesting FindsJust a way to share a random collection of interesting stuff I found this week…

NicheGeek.com is always a great read. Today, Dmitri Davydov posts “10 Weird Businesses That Make Money Out Of Nothing.” Some of these are really interesting.

What would you do if you won the lottery? Blow it all and end up poor again, like so many others? Or do what Brad Duke did, and make your winnings a gift that keeps on giving?

Along the lines of my “Finding Your Passion Amid the Hate” post, Sarah Winfrey over at WiseBread writes about “How to survive (and thrive!) in a job you hate.”

The list of tools available to help a home-based entrepreneur run their business keep growing. It’s a great time to run your empire from the comfort of your nest. Read/Write Web covers some of the tools making the virtual company possible – “Software For Virtual Teams.”

Mack Collier may not be a NIN fan, but I am from back in the day. I’m also a fan of The Viral Garden, and Mack provides some excellent coverage of NIN’s viral campaign – “NIN Believes The Truth Is Out There.”