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    If you live on either the east, mid west, or west coast and have a computer in your home with a solid internet connection, very little do most Americans know they can create income from their desktop PC or laptop. The talk of home-based businesses is exciting many in America today to consider another form of job security; not just for themselves, but provide for their families, with the ability to spend more time with those they love. Talking about a home-based business starting up out of someone's home excited most of today's elite affiliates to go from starting out with nothing and ending up being online millionaires, in less than 5 years after launching their business from home. Is it possible for anyone with an internet connection in their apartment or home build a million dollar business from scratch?

    Related: Running a $500,000 Retail Empire by iPhone - Bloomberg

    Starting out in this line of work is not easy. You need a web server, domain name, a blog, forum, social network or website, and willing to work ''on most occasions'' over 12 hours a day online promoting your site. Building a business on the Internet is a whole different ''mental ballgame,'' versus waking up in the morning and going to work for someone else. While going to work for someone every day at your day job is a lot of work in a class by itself, building a business from scratch online from the comfort of your home will truly ''pop quiz your determination to see what you''re made of.'' Though home-based businesses continue to be widely discussed and on the rise in America, don't be gassed into thinking this line of work is a ''piece of cake.''

    Related: 6 Signs It's Time To Turn Your Side Hustle Into A Full-Time Business - Forbes

    When starting a business traditionally or on the Internet, everyone needs encouragement. To start and operate a business independently is mentally an uphill battle. With a humble and determined mindset, anyone can achieve transformation excellence of running a business from home. It doesn't matter what happened in your past. It does not matter how many jobs you've been fired from. It does not matter how many dates you've failed at. It does not matter if you have a negative balance in your bank account. What matters most is adjusting to new and healthy ways of making the awesome power of the Internet work for you. If you're one of the folk who truly desire to take control of their life and make something good from building a home based business from scratch, DrewryNewsNetwork recommends you reviewing the article links and related content.

    OPENForum articles on Home Based Business:

    Drewry News Network has a great respect for sites such as:
    • SideHustleNation.com
    • OPENForum.com
    • WalletSquirrel.com
    • Forbes.com
    • Bloomberg.com
    • MakingSenseofCents.com
    • WalletHacks.com
    • BloggingFromParadise.com
    • TheMarthaBlog.com
    • CNN.com
    • NeilPatel.com
    • ThePennyHoarder.com
    • CNBC.com
    • PinchofYum.com
    • FitSmallBusiness.com
    • TimothySykes.com
    • Refinery29.com
    • FinancialBestLife.com
    • BelieveinaBudget.com
    • MyDebtEpiphany.com
    • GoodFinancialCents.com
    Related: What Gigs Offer Workers That You Don’t: Entrepreneurship Maybe - BNA.com

    The forementioned sites are recommended because they always publish inspiring and valuable content and uplifting others to feel good about themselves and start their own businesses. OPENForum is surely a website you want to bookmark to your desktop computer for quick referencing of new content, as their content will always educate you on how to better yourself in home based business building.

    If you've noticed something online, there's blogs, articles, press releases and other reports floating online about "the future of job security in America." When you read financial websites, you may potentially hear about some of America's largest banking and pharmaceutical corporations, and how they're laying off hundreds and or thousands of employees due to financial difficulties. If you've also noticed in reading news from around the web, you'll also notice how people are starting to rely more on the Internet for their means of earning a full-time income so they can gain first-hand experience by working for someone else in how the Internet works.

    Is there any more job security in America by working a traditional job? Or, is it quietly mandated in today's society that one must have experience in knowing how to "work effectively on the Internet and have related technology experience" in order to keep their heads above water in getting a paycheck?
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