Do you want to get started making money online but you don’t know where to get started? Should you focus on freelancing, a dropshipping business, Amazon FBA, or selling shirts through Teespring?
If you are here is because I know you have had or have the same series of questions, and even more, going around and around in your mind. Maybe you aren’t just trying to figure out how to get started online but what you should start in, how to spend your time wisely, how much capital you actually need, and how to really make things work—and let’s not forget how your time will be managed moving forward as well!
I have ran a web design and development company for the past 9 years and I know the power of making money online working from home so the freelancing side of things isn’t as appealing to me compared to FBA and Teespring, for example, yet the whole goal of this post is to help you find that rhythm.
I just watched this video interview with a couple of cool entrepreneurs, Eric Lafleche and Derek Pankaew, and it helped me to really get things a lot more in perspective regarding what I want to do next moving forward.
One thing is for sure though: learning is an important step but execution is a lot more important!