Are You Ready to Build a Successful Work at Home Business?

September 30, 2016
15 minutes from the home office when we lived in Quepos Costa, Rica for the month in 2013.
15 minutes from the home office when we lived in Quepos Costa, Rica for the month in 2013.

 

If you want to build a successful work at home blogging venture and need guidance grab my new eBook:

 

6 Tips for Work at Home Entrepreneurs

 

Why Buy the eBook?

 

  • You’re struggling like hell with your work at home venture
  • You want to travel the world while earning steady profits through your work at home venture
  • You seem to have the blogging bit down but are having a helluva time building a freeing, inspired, rockstar-type, epic lifestyle (I’m good at that, and I can help you in this area….through this eBook)
  • You want a simple, step by step guide to build your work at home business on proven fundamentals

 

Working from home is freeing, fun, rewarding and enlightening.

 

Although I am no Blogging Buddha Biddulph or the Dalai Blogger (enlightened jokes) I get how life can intervene when you try to build your work at home business.

 

I’ve been busy Ballin’ in Bali and Flying into Fiji and Tripping tru Thailand while growing my work at home business streams.

 

This is incredibly challenging at times.

 

Because despite your best efforts life can go to the pooper, with chaos reigning, and our work at home ventures almost always take the backseat.

 

My new eBook can help you grow a successful home based business while you navigate the day to day stuff that derails most home based entrepreneurs.

 

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6 Tips for Work at Home Entrepreneurs

 

From 23 hour flights (collectively), 42 hour flight PLUS layover spans, 18 hour train rides, crappy internet connections, access blocked to social sites due to political stuff (Communist countries, coups, etc) I have faced my fair share of distractions, disasters and dreaded day to day circumstances which can muck with your home business.

 

These 6 tips can help you carry on when life intervenes.

 

Benefits Packed into the eBook

 

  • Cut your work at home learning curve by years
  • Learn why you must focus on 1 specific aspect of working at home that most home based entrepreneurs completely ignore (leading to their struggles)
  • Move to the top of your niche by going against the tide in this 1 area (this may surprise you)

 

Cover Story

 

I snapped the cover image in stunning Ganung Payung, Bali.

 

I wandered to this spot after getting a tip from our Balinese neighbor during our Jimbaran days (always pays to befriend locals).

 

It’s your typical work at home eBook packed with practical tips written by a full time island hopping blogger whose eBook cover images are snapped in person from the world’s most exotic spots.

 

If you can use a good work at home kick in the pants and would love to add 1 more Blogging From Paradise eBook to your Kindle Library download:

 

6 Tips for Work at Home Entrepreneurs

 

 

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Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author and world traveler who's been featured on Richard Branson's Virgin Blog, Forbes, Fox News, Entrepreneur, Positively Positive, Life Hack, John Chow Dot Com and Neil Patel Dot Com. He can help you become a full time blogger with this eBook.
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13 Comments

  1. Hi Vatsal,

    No probs!

    We only do solutions here 😉

    1: Ask older family members, friends, relatives for their credit card. Tell them you will pay them back – and show them my eBooks and blog, to show what you’re investing in – when you’re making more money. Once you borrow their credit card, sign up for an Amazon account. Buy a few eBooks. Only $1.99 USD, or at most, $10 USD. Then, after buying a bunch of my eBooks, you can delete their credit card information from your Amazon account. Show them you deleted it. Then give it back to them.

    2: Write 1,000 words daily for practice. Improve your writing skills.

    3: Look here for freelance writing work.

    4: Make more money (yep, even students can make freelancing money).

    5: Buy more products.

    6: Learn.

    7: Share these steps with other students who seem stuck on the same problem. Share the solution.

    You wanna be really, really hungry to succeed online 😉 This is a great exercise in turning a problem into an opportunity to grow.

    Enjoy the eBooks!

    Ryan

    PS…I offer 1 eBook for free every Friday but Amazon usually requires you to purchase something before you get it for free.

  2. Vatsal Gupta Says:

    Hey Ryan Good Afternoon,
    I am opening your blog daily and looking for tips for making my blog successful.
    I really love your posts but i have one problem.
    Your eBooks are paid 🙁 I am currently a student so can’t invest in anything.
    I know you have to make them paid. I hope in the future, i’ll get some for free
    Thanks

  3. Hi Sathish,

    Your time saving point works so well for me. And for all work at home entrepreneurs. Because working from home saves time in the long run but short term, when we’re learning the ropes, WAH ventures can be a monster time suck. Hopefully my tips in the eBook can help WAHers get their time back during the early, formative days.

    Thanks bro.

    Ryan

  4. Everybody love the job when they work from home. Even me I always wanted to do it.

    Your book which is more useful to achieve their goals. Working from home is amazing and easier than other jobs.

    The people who love to work from home and who try to build their goals need step by step guide which can show them how to make things work. I was glad by knowing about your brilliant ideas those who are very new to this and also benefit for the strugglers.

    By working from home we will be having plenty of time we can save and we can utilize it to think about different ideas that we need to achieve.

    Your ideas sound good so that many people make use of it and they can implement the ideas taking their own time and get success.

    Thanks for sharing your interesting thoughts with us….

  5. Hi Matthew,

    I had such a similar story. Really, you shine so brightly because you went through tuff times. Almost like our deepest fears and tendencies are stripped away so we are free to rock it out and inspire folks who seek our light.

    Thanks much dude 😉

    Ryan

  6. Hi Ryan,

    I love working from home. I always wanted to do it, but for years I was comfortable working a regular job. Too comfortable to make the leap, even though it appealed to me.

    Fortunately, hard times hit. I say that in retrospect, of course. Nobody likes the hard times when they are in the middle of them, but they force us to either grow or die.

    That’s what happened to me four years ago. I was forced to work from home and my wife and I are so glad it happened. We both say if not for the challenge, we wouldn’t have taken the plunge.

    I hope your eBook inspires others to go for their dreams. Working from home is so incredibly awesome! Love it. 🙂

    You work from home, only your “home” shifts around the globe as a digital nomad. I get to work wherever I go too.

    Pretty cool way to live, dude. Glad you’re out there being a light!

    Matthew

  7. Hi Kamil,

    Thanks for the shout out 🙂 Many are used to taking orders, not being the CEO. I wrote this eBook for any WAHer in the same boat because I have been there. Not always easy to get the entrepreneur mindset down pat but if you follow a few fundamental tips you should be A-OK. Thanks again and have a fun week.

    Ryan

  8. Kamil Migas Says:

    Hey, Ryan. I agree that working from home is freeing, fun. I also agree that sometimes as you said: “life can go to the pooper”. Well, all the challenges are the things that help us grow. Many people who start the work from home business struggle because they are not used to be their own boss. They need some step by step guide which can show them how to make things work. I think your book is a brilliant idea to guide those who are new to WAH and those who struggle with their home business.

    Thanks for your hard work Ryan,

    P.S. I know WAH is worth learning and taking massive action so I highly recommend buying Ryan’s new book. Even if your business is booming, you still should be open to learning new things. A single tip could double your results if you take action.

  9. Hi Amar,

    What a fabulous comment.

    Hands down, working at home is the ultimate exercise in personal development. All success you see, started within. Meaning the inner clearing and energy work you do reflects back to you through your reality. Or, through whatever you’re choosing to see. Tricky sometimes but honing your mental tools helps you vibe higher, which attracts to you prospering ideas, awesome folks and which moves you into inspired, beneficial actions.

    Thanks a bunch brother.

    Ryan

  10. Hi Osho,

    My full pleasure. Happy you’re in the WAH game; what a freeing way to live.

    Ryan

  11. Osho Says:

    Well I’ve been working from home since couple of years and I’m really enjoying it. I had ordered your free book few days ago but couldn’t read it due to time constraints.

    Thanks for compiling all books at once so that we could easily check them out.

  12. Amar kumar Says:

    Hey Ryan,

    I love the lifestyle that comes from running an online business. I get to work from home each day, set my own hours, choose my own projects, and enjoy abundant income. It’s hard for me to imagine how I’d feed myself without the Internet. When I think about income generation, I immediately think of the web.

    I talk to a successful entrepreneur recently who pointed out that building an online business is an exercise in personal development. I’ve probably learned more valuable life lessons from my entrepreneurial pursuits than from any other areas of my life. Running a business tests in so many ways our self-discipline, our intelligence, our communication skills, our focus, etc. If we’ve lacking in any of these areas, our business results will reflect it.The real world of business can be unforgiving. Success is rewarded. Mistakes are punished. The benefit is that it keeps you honest. We can’t settle for weakness, laziness, and bad ideas, or our business will fail. There’s a huge chasm between an idea that sounds good and an idea that actually gets implemented and succeeds under real-world conditions. Running an online business is deceptively simple. Eventually, thanks for sharing your thought with us.

    With best regards,

    Amar kumar

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