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Continuing Education/Resources

Working in the business world and always in a marketing environment, I knew that continuing education was going to be an important factor to build a successful home-based sewing business.

For example, you do not have to quit your day job to start a licensed home-based business. You do need to know what you want now and where you want to be in 5 years. You need to write a Business Plan and update it every six  months for the first five years and continue every six months for the next five year thereafter.  It took me 7 years to accomplish my first five year plan! It made me realize that I needed to specialize and not try to do it all.  Made a big difference.

Getting Started information will assist you in writing your own Business Plan.  Click on SewBeIt.com Member Services for more information on how to join and take advantage of downloading printable forms. The Goal Planner tells you that you are overbooked and that your business could be seasonal.  This planner is a BIG help setting up your Business Plan and will show you that it is time to specialize. Take it slow, take it part-time, keep it part-time or take it beyond pin money. It’s up to you!

Home-based Business Resource Update: The AHBA Newsletter is published six times a year by The American Home Business Association. Bonnie Brijs, President.

The American Home Business Association is offering a special on enrollment and start up. Become an AHBA member today! Your membership fee is tax deductible. There are lots of member benefits and they keep adding more. I have been a member since 1995 and I still look forward to getting AHBA Newsletter!

Email: info@homebusiness.com and please tell them that you heard about AHBA from nanc@sewbeit.com

NOTE:  I was very fortunate through all my continuing education classes/seminars and tradeshows to meet the authors in person and have their autograph with a personal note to me on each book that I have purchased.  It is a keep sake.  refer to my personal book reviews.  Resources Continued keep reading

Enjoy! Sew Be It! Nanc