Secret List of Money Making Home Based Businesses: 51 Ways to Stretch Your Mind


Now, you be the boss. You have the list.

The list is the starting point. The secret is where you go with the list!

Whether you are looking for income part-time or full-time, you’re in luck. You have 51 ideas that should turn into thousands. Brainstorm and you will see.

As an example let’s look at mowing or yard work. By themselves, lots of competition. If you take yard work and expand it, look at the possibilities.

Mowing, edging, planting, pruning, tilling, raking, landscaping and the list goes on and on. You can take any of the ideas I give you and make it into a huge variety of things you can do. So it comes down to: Where is your interest?

Let’s take another example: cooking. Cooking for yourself or a family does not usually produce an income. How about: catering, preparing a meal at home for pickup by a busy family, Go to a home and make them a meal, Make cakes and pies for sale. The list is endless.

In the book is an experiment for finding your interests. It’s for your eyes only, but will shed light on where you might look for what job or business will make you satisfied.

There are endless ways to make money. You just have to put your mind to it.

Find the answers in the book, buy it and,



2 thoughts on “Secret List of Money Making Home Based Businesses: 51 Ways to Stretch Your Mind

  1. Worthwhile, Motivational and Thought-Provoking Grammar, style, formatting and concept all get FIVE Stars. Content is in line with title promise. This is a guide that presents ideas and provokes and promotes brainstorming for more ideas on making money. The author wins on that point by NOT promising the world and then giving us a handful of dirt. Rather, he makes a reasonable claim and then delivers on what he has promised. This is not a BE THE NEXT INTERNET MILLIONAIRE diatribe. It is an honest guide to ways that you could add to your…

  2. I liked this book, which is a quick primer on various things that you can do to make money at home. The author has a real, conversational tone, and is honest about which ideas he’s tried and which ones he’s just including for good reference.I found this very motivational. I also like how the book starts out with ideas that are hard work and little money, like mowing lawns, and then moves to high up the skill level ladder to jobs like web sites and online surveys. Even though none of…

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