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Revised and Updated for 2017! "Sam Kearns is a resource you can trust no matter what stage of your career you are in. I have purchased 3 of his books so far and I have not been disappointed." Lene C Are you tired of struggling just to get by with a paycheck that doesn’t quite stretch far enough? Or are you one of the millions of people who are out of work in an econom Revised and Updated for 2017! "Sam Kearns is a resource you can trust no matter what stage of your career you are in. I have purchased 3 of his books so far and I have not been disappointed." Lene C Are you tired of struggling just to get by with a paycheck that doesn’t quite stretch far enough? Or are you one of the millions of people who are out of work in an economy gone bad? Maybe you long to be your own boss so you can set your own schedule and choose the path your life will take. Whatever it is that brought you to this page, you’re obviously looking for answers. The good news is you’ve come to the right place. I've spent the past 20 years working for myself, and I would never dream of punching another clock or trudging to someone else’s office every day to collect a meager paycheck. That’s because I’ve discovered the secret: when you work for yourself, you’re happier, more productive, and you have unlimited earning potential. After all, why would you want to work so hard to fund someone else’s dreams? Working for myself has allowed me to live a lifestyle that many people can only dream about. I have the flexibility to create the life I want, take days off when I need to, and I decide how much money I make by choosing the hours I work But don’t be fooled. Working from home at a home-based business isn’t easy. It takes hard work and dedication to build a successful business that makes money. In my book, I’m pleased to offer you 13 proven, realistic ways to work from home and earn a great income. And I won’t just offer you a brief explanation of each method like some other books do. In each chapter, I provide you with the information and facts you need to determine if that business is right for you.But I don’t stop there. I’ll also give you important links and resources, so if you decide you want to pursue one of the home-based business ideas listed in this book, you’ll have everything you need to begin. So, the choice is yours. Will you wake up tomorrow morning and spend your day funding someone else’s dreams, or will you finally take the steps needed to claim your own success? Why not start right now by buying How to Work From Home and Make Money? It’s one of the most important things you’ll do to begin the process of achieving your own dreams. tags: work from home, home based business, make money, make money from home, online business, small business, start a business, startup, startups, make money online


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Revised and Updated for 2017! "Sam Kearns is a resource you can trust no matter what stage of your career you are in. I have purchased 3 of his books so far and I have not been disappointed." Lene C Are you tired of struggling just to get by with a paycheck that doesn’t quite stretch far enough? Or are you one of the millions of people who are out of work in an econom Revised and Updated for 2017! "Sam Kearns is a resource you can trust no matter what stage of your career you are in. I have purchased 3 of his books so far and I have not been disappointed." Lene C Are you tired of struggling just to get by with a paycheck that doesn’t quite stretch far enough? Or are you one of the millions of people who are out of work in an economy gone bad? Maybe you long to be your own boss so you can set your own schedule and choose the path your life will take. Whatever it is that brought you to this page, you’re obviously looking for answers. The good news is you’ve come to the right place. I've spent the past 20 years working for myself, and I would never dream of punching another clock or trudging to someone else’s office every day to collect a meager paycheck. That’s because I’ve discovered the secret: when you work for yourself, you’re happier, more productive, and you have unlimited earning potential. After all, why would you want to work so hard to fund someone else’s dreams? Working for myself has allowed me to live a lifestyle that many people can only dream about. I have the flexibility to create the life I want, take days off when I need to, and I decide how much money I make by choosing the hours I work But don’t be fooled. Working from home at a home-based business isn’t easy. It takes hard work and dedication to build a successful business that makes money. In my book, I’m pleased to offer you 13 proven, realistic ways to work from home and earn a great income. And I won’t just offer you a brief explanation of each method like some other books do. In each chapter, I provide you with the information and facts you need to determine if that business is right for you.But I don’t stop there. I’ll also give you important links and resources, so if you decide you want to pursue one of the home-based business ideas listed in this book, you’ll have everything you need to begin. So, the choice is yours. Will you wake up tomorrow morning and spend your day funding someone else’s dreams, or will you finally take the steps needed to claim your own success? Why not start right now by buying How to Work From Home and Make Money? It’s one of the most important things you’ll do to begin the process of achieving your own dreams. tags: work from home, home based business, make money, make money from home, online business, small business, start a business, startup, startups, make money online

30 review for How to Work From Home and Make Money in 2017: 13 Proven Home-Based Businesses You Can Start Today (Work from Home Series: Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Learn

    Well, It is a very quick read (as i expected it to be) The last I don't know how many pages are just plugs for his books dedicated to some of the topics. One thing that kept sticking in my head on this was - Well he definitely stuck to his advise and paid someone else to write a book for him, but failed in his advice to do full edits and there were a number of locations that had typos - more than i am used to seeing but perhaps this is just part of self published books. Good news is it did sligh Well, It is a very quick read (as i expected it to be) The last I don't know how many pages are just plugs for his books dedicated to some of the topics. One thing that kept sticking in my head on this was - Well he definitely stuck to his advise and paid someone else to write a book for him, but failed in his advice to do full edits and there were a number of locations that had typos - more than i am used to seeing but perhaps this is just part of self published books. Good news is it did slightly motivate me to maybe try something new with some free time I have on weekends or evenings lets see if that motivation sticks though.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Heather Miller

    Lots of typos and broken links for a “professional” writer who is giving tips on how to be a successful at his profession.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Melody Daggerhart

    Notes of Interest: I should probably start this review by saying I don't normally gobble up "get rich quick" type books. I am a natural skeptic when anyone tries to sell me something and was born saying the mantra, “If something sounds too good to be true it probably is.” I downloaded this book as an Amazon Prime free read, and I admit parts of the book that didn't appeal to my interests got skimmed, rather than read. However, I paid close attention to the parts that did interest me and tried to Notes of Interest: I should probably start this review by saying I don't normally gobble up "get rich quick" type books. I am a natural skeptic when anyone tries to sell me something and was born saying the mantra, “If something sounds too good to be true it probably is.” I downloaded this book as an Amazon Prime free read, and I admit parts of the book that didn't appeal to my interests got skimmed, rather than read. However, I paid close attention to the parts that did interest me and tried to keep an open mind. My motive in downloading it could probably best be described as "covering all my bases" because I have already done my homework researching work-at-home options for my specialty skills. However, making money from working at home requires a completely different set of skills. So, that is where I’m open to new ideas from a variety of resources, even if it means dealing with some repeat information. What could have made this book better for me: There were a few technical errors and an overall vibe that I couldn't shake. I think the technical errors stood out because this was a non-fiction book partially devoted to how to be a professional freelance writer and author. But then he turned around and talked about hiring writer underlings to ghostwrite for him. That left me with the impression that I don't know if I'm reading this author's work, or his underling's work. Am I seeing his errors or his underling's errors? The overall vibe for the book fell for me after that. I get the "entrepreneurial spirit" and wanting to maximize profit. And ghostwriting is a legit job; a lot of people do it. But paying underlings to do jobs you don’t have time to fulfill, while paying them less than what was originally offered, to skim part of their profit, just made me angry. Maybe I’m interpreting it wrong, but creating a middle-management man is not what most freelancers have in mind … if they’re aware of it. Most freelancers work for themselves to escape that kind of thing. But it’s hard to earn a living as a freelance writer. They don't get benefits or health insurance. They sometimes can't count on a regular income. And the gig economy, by its unregulated nature, opens opportunities for some profit-minded people to exploit the hell out of others. Have you ever seen a doctor or auto mechanic do free work in exchange for free advertising? I think not. Yet writers, artists, and other freelancer/self-employed people often work long hours for little pay or get scammed into doing work for nothing. Whether you're talking about freelance contractors working at home or overseas factories paying for cheap labor, "outsourcing" is just another word for "greedy" if the worker is not paid full wages. So, the shark-tank philosophy behind that advice pushed all the wrong buttons for me. It triggered the skepticism that normally makes me avoid these kinds of books. And it confirmed my understanding that there are two kinds of entrepreneurs. There is the person who always wanted to own his own bakery, so he puts his heart and soul into his craft, store, employers, and everything he loves about what he's doing. And then there is the person who wants quick, easy money and will do whatever it takes to get it, even if it means taking advantage of someone lower on the ladder. Business is a self-sufficient dream job to the first type. It is a game based on winner-takes-all strategies to the second. Both can be successful, but ethics of method usually have very different outcomes for hirelings. Having said that, I will add that this book is not about how to take advantage of people lower on the ladder. Only the section on freelance writing hit that nerve for me. If you're going to outsource your work, don’t do it to cheat your workers and maximize your own profits. They're trying to earn a living just like you. If you want to write 10 books and don’t have time, so you want to hire 10 ghostwriters, fine. But don’t take 10 full-pay freelancing jobs off the board and hire 10 writers to do them at half-price. Onward … What I liked about this book: This is a neat little collection of the most popular, doable ideas for being your own boss and working at home. The book is divided into two sections for internet-based work and local-based work. And then each of those sections is further divided by job type. So, the first half will have information on jobs like freelance writing, on-line shops, and virtual assistance services. Then the second half will discuss jobs like pet sitting, cleaning services, or home-cooked goods delivery. In this respect, it's a well-organized resource with basic "how-to" steps for set-up, initial expenses, what to expect in short-term and long-term maintenance, along with lots of links for further information. Looking back over my highlights and bookmarks, I was surprised I took as many notes as I did. As I said, this isn't the first time I've read about home-based business relevant to me, but I guess I was working on the premise it's better to have duplicate information than to miss something helpful. I paid closer attention to the on-line based business sections because I'm an indie author who self-publishes. I run my own blog. I am available for freelance hire in writing, editing, and illustration services. And I have done English language tutoring in the past and am considering doing that again in the future. I'm studying marketing and updating my tech skills to aid in the quest of monetizing these services, but the book doesn't cover things like that. It is strictly about generating ideas for home-based businesses. For example, instead of telling you how to write, it says you need to know how to write well or hire someone who can do it for you. Then you can figure out how to earn passive income from the product. For the novel-writing section, the information sounded spot-on, but again, it's not designed to teach how to write a novel or how to market it. It just shares what's involved in production of a typical book. The information on blogs is something I'm actively digesting alongside my other research because I'm making plans to revise mine. For freelance services, I felt he was right to bring up the fact that ratio of time it takes to do a good job versus number of jobs you might take in order to pay your bills can lead to missed deadlines or jobs left unfinished. He does point out that self-sufficient income on freelancing alone is a challenge, especially for beginners, so I appreciate that he’s not making it sound like these means of generating income are effortless. I have not dug too deeply into language tutoring as an option, so I’m looking forward to checking out new resources in that part of the book. I had considered tutoring as a local option, but for some reason did not think of doing it on-line. That could make a big difference, since I prefer to work with ESL students. Recommendation: If you are new to research on home-based business this is a good place to start reading. If you are well-versed on the subject, this book might still offer some new options you otherwise missed. Do NOT expect this book to help you make money without investment or effort. DO expect this book to serve as an idea generator that offers resources for turning ideas into action. You still must do the action. Nobody's going to do it for you. And if someone works hard helping you achieve your goals, do the right thing and pay them well.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Helga Gonzalez

    actually good I explore the the book because sound interesting to looking for the new tendency of working. The book is very clear that working for home is not a beach afternoon. I really appreciate the explanation of different approach to make a business. He explain the basic material and knowledge needed. The author is a excellent sales maker. And any one can learn about be a responsible close of a deal maker, because you have the promotion of all of the other books but you don't Feel robbed of actually good I explore the the book because sound interesting to looking for the new tendency of working. The book is very clear that working for home is not a beach afternoon. I really appreciate the explanation of different approach to make a business. He explain the basic material and knowledge needed. The author is a excellent sales maker. And any one can learn about be a responsible close of a deal maker, because you have the promotion of all of the other books but you don't Feel robbed of your money or time. Because the promotion is not less important that the information that he share in this book.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tatiana

    Excellent Inspiration Sam Kerns has an amazing talent for making me believe I can actually achieve my dreams of being a writer and working from home! Every other book on this subject I have ever read was gimmicky, but useless at its core. Indirectly, these useless books DID show me how to make a passive income from home by their own examples, but that would require passing that same sham advice to other dreamers like me. No thanks. But How to Work From Home and Make Money in 2019 isn't like that! Excellent Inspiration Sam Kerns has an amazing talent for making me believe I can actually achieve my dreams of being a writer and working from home! Every other book on this subject I have ever read was gimmicky, but useless at its core. Indirectly, these useless books DID show me how to make a passive income from home by their own examples, but that would require passing that same sham advice to other dreamers like me. No thanks. But How to Work From Home and Make Money in 2019 isn't like that! Filled with links and detailed advice, it makes this goal sound realistic at last. I plan to use Sam's advice and launch my dreams!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Daniella

    Great informative and very detailed book! I love how detailed this book was. It gave you a step by step guide on each way to work from home. The author was detailed with each step. A lot of sources were linked in each chapter. The book included myths and truths about work from home jobs, which is helpful. While providing information, it also gives motivational words to help you actually go and use the information!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Traci

    This book was very informative for someone wanting to start a business. I really appreciated the fact that it did have stupid jobs like stuffing envelopes from home or telemarketing. The book had real business ideas and what you need to do to start a business in that industry. You can tell the author has done a lot of research in each section. I definitely have a better understanding on what i need to do to start a home based business.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Stevens

    Great read Sam is the go-to guy for learning how to do a lot of things. I have read several of his books now, and I have learned tons of stuff. Not everything applies to what I was looking for but it's great to have the book as a reference. The language is easy to read and follow. You don't have to know anything about your subject; he starts you out from the beginning and walks you through everything...step by step. You won't regret buying his books, any of them. Great read Sam is the go-to guy for learning how to do a lot of things. I have read several of his books now, and I have learned tons of stuff. Not everything applies to what I was looking for but it's great to have the book as a reference. The language is easy to read and follow. You don't have to know anything about your subject; he starts you out from the beginning and walks you through everything...step by step. You won't regret buying his books, any of them.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mark J O'Donnell

    Good overview Its a good overview with plenty of references to online resources. It also covers several home based businesses and certain thoughts about starting and running each. However, its as relatively short book and written at '500 feet' to basically provide information to start your research. Good overview Its a good overview with plenty of references to online resources. It also covers several home based businesses and certain thoughts about starting and running each. However, its as relatively short book and written at '500 feet' to basically provide information to start your research.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Vickie

    Sam Kerns gives excellent advice in this book. I don't usually read this type of book but something caught my eye and when I started reading I was so impressed I couldn't put it down. He covers everything from sites to use to get get started to the con's. Thanks Sam Kerns and keep writing, Vickie Sam Kerns gives excellent advice in this book. I don't usually read this type of book but something caught my eye and when I started reading I was so impressed I couldn't put it down. He covers everything from sites to use to get get started to the con's. Thanks Sam Kerns and keep writing, Vickie

  11. 5 out of 5

    tim

    Open your mind and learn Great read, and very informative. I read this book to find out more on what I can do to help secure my financial freedom, something I recommend everyone should strive to do.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kim Sink

    Excellent Resource This book is an excellent resource for people looking to work at home. It lists a variety of links and places you can use for either an online business or a business in your own home.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jodi Holler

    Interesting ideas I gave only 4 stars because there was too many grammatical errors and spelling g errors for me to GI e 5 stars. I did get some great ideas on businesses I would like to start, now I just t have to decide which is right for me.

  14. 4 out of 5

    LaTasha Campbell

    Very Enlightening... A good starting point for the little man. Money is often the barrier to entry that many can’t get past. This book provides both ideas and information to move forward.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Travis

    Not a bad book, but not as practical as I expected either. It does have lots of resources though, so that is a plus, but by its very nature, it didn't offer up as much detail as it might otherwise have. I'd suggest using it as an idea generator rather than as a how to guide. Not a bad book, but not as practical as I expected either. It does have lots of resources though, so that is a plus, but by its very nature, it didn't offer up as much detail as it might otherwise have. I'd suggest using it as an idea generator rather than as a how to guide.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Segundo Crespo Aldana

    Excellent source of home business ideas The book will give you simple and effective ideas to create your own home based business. The author also include good sources of website to support your budubess

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lason Hines

    Jump Start Great read on a variety of different ideas for the potential entrepreneur who wants to work from home. Author provided a wealth of good resources to get you started and headed in the direction of your choice.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Erin Peterson

    Fine advice, too many typos Some great ideas and advice. Littered with typos. The chapter on writing stresses the importance of excellent proofreading so I'm not sure where the author missed out. Errors get worse as the book goes on. But still, it has interesting and timely ideas. Fine advice, too many typos Some great ideas and advice. Littered with typos. The chapter on writing stresses the importance of excellent proofreading so I'm not sure where the author missed out. Errors get worse as the book goes on. But still, it has interesting and timely ideas.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Charlotte Howard

    Great book Sam really provides great how to advice for brand new people to start working from home. He shares options that anyone with an open mind can use to start creating a real income from home. I love how he gives resources that he uses to grow his business.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    I didn’t learn anything new that I had not already found on my own. The same information can be found out by performing a Google search on working from home. Sorry, but nothing new!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Siva Josyula

    Great book Great book with lot of useful information. Good way to start thinking about work from home business. Thank you for putting this together.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Melinda Flaugher

    A great book if you already have a work at home idea The author gives great suggestions if you already have a business to set up. He wants to buy more books based off his ideas.

  23. 5 out of 5

    David Conlee

    Lots of information The writer spends a lot of time telling you to proof your work but there are many typos in the book.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Carolye

    There were so many useful and helpful links and tips in this book. I will be using it to reference often in the coming months for sure!

  25. 5 out of 5

    San

    Good basic info about various topics. It provided some ideas that I might venture into myself. The irony was that it talked about how to proofread ebooks and I just can’t get over how many spelling and grammatical errors there were in this book itself!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Chris Clark

    Good book As usual it lacks the details of how and where to look specifically. It gives general big companies. It gives about the same ideas as any of the other books out there. Although well written. Now I'm not a grammar of spelling person so I can't say much on that end. It's the same old stuff you can read in any work at home book. Although I give it 4 stars for honesty. Good book As usual it lacks the details of how and where to look specifically. It gives general big companies. It gives about the same ideas as any of the other books out there. Although well written. Now I'm not a grammar of spelling person so I can't say much on that end. It's the same old stuff you can read in any work at home book. Although I give it 4 stars for honesty.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Marcia Kelley

    Well-written book Good ideas but I had seen most of these ideas in other books; however, Sam does go into more detail and offers realistic expectations and actual experiences. I look forward to other books in his series.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Christi Winkelman

    Get the facts Want to make money? Tired of running from one MLM to another? Buy this book and read it. Gives you the basics and points you in the right direction to help you save time and money.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Laurel

    Great information and writing style. Several errors that should have been picked up by a proofreader because they wouldn't be picked up by spell check. Great information and writing style. Several errors that should have been picked up by a proofreader because they wouldn't be picked up by spell check.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Cornelia

    Helpful, well-written, easy to follow.

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