Monthly Archives: October 2019

Gear Day – Folding Hand Truck, 70 Kg/155 lbs Heavy Duty 4-Wheel Solid Construction Utility Cart

I will start pointing out gear that I have and have used to help listeners and reads get the best equipment they can get and the best price.

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This is one tool I use a lot I keep it in my truck I bring stuff into the house with it a lot and I use it to move stuff around the property. I like that it’s foldable and portable I will say it’s not as sturdy as the one you would buy at home depot that’s all metal but for just moving stuff around its great.

It has straps built-in to tie down whatever you are moving so it does not fall off the cart that’s very handy. I would like it if the wheels had breaks to keep it from rolling at times but all in all, this is a good peice of equipment for the price.

  • Fold Up for Easy Storage
  • Weights 4 lbs
  • Heavy Duty And Durable
  • Holds Up to 155 lbs
  • High-Quality Tank Wheels
  • Adjustable Bungee Cord and Larger Capacity Backpack
  • Large Base Plate

The Side Business – Getting Started And What To Expect

side business

Believe it or not, most full-time companies did not start as full-time companies they started as someones side business or side project. Microsoft of all things started as a side business for Bill Gates and Paul Allen. The two guys just started programming together then ended up getting a few customers than a few more and pretty soon things exploded for them.

Everyone should start a business with the thought in mind that they want to work for themselves and want that financial freedom would bring but it does not always work out that way. As someone who tries to plan ahead you need to look at a side business at times as a backup plan. Your side business can be a safety net for you in the event you would ever lose your full-time job.

You need to look at your side business as something that may never be something you can do full time. For example, if you are a teacher working at the same school for say 20 years when you look at your healthcare plan, retirement plan and what you make a week there is a very good chance that selling soap at the local fairs and events will never bring you enough money to quit your full time job. That extra money is exactly that extra money that you never had before that can help pay your house off sooner, help put a child through college or pay a credit card off that you never seem to get a head-on.

When planning your side business it should be something you enjoy doing and realize when having a part-time business you will be giving up some of your free time. If you really want to make a go of your side business you will at the beginning be giving up many of your nights and weekends. If you are someone just doing your side business for a little extra money maybe you can only work a few nights a week or a weekend a month.

Just realize a side business is just like anything else you get out what you put into it on a daily basis. A side business may not be for everyone and that’s ok but if you are not going to have a side business you should at least plan ahead what you would do if you lose your job. Just to say I will get unemployment is not a plan as unemployment is not guaranteed.