Date: August 24, 2017
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On Saturday, Aug 26, “The Mentors” radio host and mentor CEO John Phillips talks with seasoned and successful home-based business owners Catherine Moran of Pennsylvania and Kent Mast of Illinois. Both are with Hope in a Can. Together they explore the pros and challenges of launching a home-based business, how to evaluate whether a home-based business could be a good fit for you, and the path of success in such a venture. You’ll also learn how to discern whether a home-based opportunity is likely to be ethically run, managed and executed, and much more.
To the surprise of many, having a home-based business is not rare. As of March 2017, there are more than 38 million home-based businesses in the United States. A new home-based business is launched every 12 seconds! Seventy percent of these home-based businesses are successful within three years of launching and twenty percent earn $100,000 to $500,000.
On this episode, a popular hair stylist in Pennsylvania with more than 25 years of experience and a former national sales director in Illinois reveal what happened in their lives that led them to unexpectedly launching a home-based business.
These guests are open about how they knew, in their case, that Hope in a Can was a good fit for them, about the primary importance of ethical practice in every aspect of business, and about the joy of focusing on helping other people; putting people first.
Guests Kent and Catherine also share core principles of success in a home-based business that they’ve learned along the way.
“The Mentors” radio show can be heard on the Salem Communications network stations KTRB AM860 San Francisco (Saturdays, 7am, and Sundays at Noon), on KCBQ AM1170 San Diego (Saturdays, Noon) and on-demand nationwide on the website and podcast at TheMentorsRadio.com, iTunes, Google Play and more. See details at TheMentorsRadio.com
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