Successful Home Business Tips

by : Brock Felt

When I was working at a gas station in Chandler, Arizona, fixing windshields for a living, making only $30,000 a year, I had all the drive in the world to succeed.

You see, I was in a franchise. I thought that since I had entered into a business of my own and if I worked it hard enough, I would have success. Man, I was dead wrong.

What I learned is that I could have all the drive and determination in the world, but unless I was behind a timeless, constant and steady product, it would be impossible to succeed.

What I am talking about, is an Evergreen product. When I was introduced to the business I am currently in, I quickly learned the power of an evergreen product. An evergreen product is something that is going to be around for a longtime. Everyone has to be able to use it. It must be a product in high demand consistently.

Health and Beauty sectors produce evergreen products. But, take cosmetics for example…that’s only 50% of the market you’re selling to. I was fixing auto glass at a gas station… This service covered more of the market, as both men and woman drive cars. But, I was still very limited. First off…I only had the influx of cars coming into that one particular station. And, second…some customers, even if they did have chips in their windshield, didn’t want my service because they already used another auto servicing center for all their auto needs.

After I got out of the auto glass business and got started with the opportunity I am in now, everything clicked. I saw how two huge markets had come together, creating a winning combination. Hot markets, such as Personal Development and the Internet are not only steady and constant, but will continue to grow consistently for many years to come. As far as both markets are concerned…I believe we’re only at the very beginning.

I made $19,000 my first month introducing Evergreen Products to the market. Last week, I made $73,000 selling the same products.

One thing I found out on my rocky road of researching business opportunities, is to avoid fads. Fads come in fast and go out even faster. They’re unreliable. Take all the diet crazes that bombard us with the newest sure-thing to a slender physique… Imagine what a rollercoaster that would be—sales going up and then falling straight down. Then, you’re done. Your customers are on to the next best thing.

More importantly, I can’t possibly stand behind something that I don’t fully believe in. It has to be a product that produces results, something that truly works, and something that I feel great introducing my clients to. It’s about integrity. Products with integrity stand the test of time.

I hope I have made it extremely simple for you to distinguish between an Evergreen product and something that will let you down. An Evergreen Product must be in place in your business to achieve success. To learn more about the Evergreen products I support and about how I teach people to make five and six-figures a month, visit my website: