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Jan 18, 2008

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Case

>Don't try and be an entrepreneur if the risk of not having a constant salary gives you hives.

There are politics everywhere. I would argue that nepotism and other political problems are more prevalent in small companies than large ones.

I've been on the corporate fast track since I graduated college 8 years ago and just recently moved to be by family and maybe start one of my own.

I'm still doing the corporate thing, but am having fun with some projects on the side. Yes, losing a salary does give me the hives, but we all need money to support our families.

I would start a business with the idea of making more money than I do currently. Starting a business is less about freedom or doing my own thing than about making money. Isn't this the same for a lot of people. I think the home business track gets a lot of attention, but there are just as many people that want and need to do better to support their growing families.

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Sarah

I think your title says it all here. I am an mba student working for a fortune 500 company & I love the education I am getting but I hate the job. I am making a resolution to work on my own business. I just picked up a software called glyphius that is statistically strengthening my ad copay by comparing mine against successful ads. I am writing articles like crazy & I am determined so let's hope I have the right combo here.

Jessie

If you walk into the building every day and you get that sick feeling in the pit of your stomach, does it mean its time to do something else? Yes it does, I found out recently. I am starting my own home business and I stumbled across James Brausch. He makes a lot of interesting points about internet marketing and he writes blogs daily. His motto is Traffic + Copywriting + Product = Successful Internet Business. Good post Sabrina, keep it up. I will be back to read future posts.

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