Questions are all a part of the process and you have every right (and responsibility) to get your questions answered. The key is to make sure you are asking the right questions.
The questions you should absolutely be asking when evaluating any home based business opportunity include:
Is There A Market For The Product or Service?
It’s much easier to sell a product or service when there is already a demand for it in the market place.
Is the Product or Service Priced Competitively?
If you’re going to make money in your home based business, you’re going to be selling something. If your potential customers can get the exact same product, or a better product, at a cheaper price, you’re going to find it very difficult to close sales. If your product or service is more expensive, be prepared to explain why by demonstrating superior value.
Is There a System I Can Plug In To?
This is CRITICAL! A big component to your success will depend on whether or not the company has a proven system. Having a step by step system to guide you through making a profit as quickly as possible will help you avoid a lot of traps and pitfalls along the way. No verifiable or proven system means that you are going to be on your own and spending a lot of time and money trying to figure things out. Trial and error can get expensive.
Will I Get Some Help?
This is another biggie. ASK. Is the person that is talking to you about this business venture able to help you, personally, or at least introduce you to a leadership team that will?
How Do I get Paid?
You don’t have to understand every little detail about the pay plan but at least have an idea of how you can get started right away and generating income for yourself.
Am I Ready To Learn?
This one may be the biggest question of all and you are the only person truly qualified to answer it. Recognize that, if you haven’t successfully run your own home based business before, there are going to be some new things to learn. You’re going to have to take responsibility for your time management, learning new skills, and creating new habits for yourself.
Starting and running a successful home based business is actually very simple. The challenge comes from understanding that it is just as simple to NOT take the steps as it is to take the steps.
Once you’ve had your questions answered, be sure to make a decision. Decide to take action or to not take action. Don’t let yourself get caught up in “Analysis Paralysis” where you never actually come to any firm conclusion.
So, is a home based business right for you? Millions of home based businesses are being opened around the world. Now may very well be the time for you to start yours!