Business Etiquette Do’s and Don’ts

Once you have started working, it is important to understand basic business etiquette. Companies vary in their ‘unwritten rules,’ but these suggestions are generally appropriate for most organizations:


Treat your superior with respect, but do not act submissive or afraid. Treat all people with respect, regardless of status, race, gender, ability, background, etc.
Show a positive attitude. Avoid complaining and gossiping, and be cheerful and constructive in your dealings with others.
Listen: When you are talking to people, look directly into their eyes from time to time. Show interest in the other person by using open-ended questions and acknowledging what you are hearing.  Continue reading
Video The true Philippines success story of Vill Manuel “Jun” Bulawin, a former OFW working in Taiwan. Vill tells his story of starting a business from home part-time and less than 1 year later having earned over 1 million PHP.
Vill was able to quit his OFW job and come home to the Philippines to work on his business full time. Learn how Vill achieved his success and how you can do the same thing.


50 Home Business Ideas

Need a Business Idea? Here are 50 – 1. PET SITTING
Starting a pet sitting service requires almost nothing in start-up costs. You do need some general credentials that will cost little or nothing to acquire. Your list of credentials should probably include personal pet ownership–if not currently, at least in the past–as well as other pet-related experience, including working at a pet food store, an animal hospital or other animal-related business.
Perhaps you love children. Perhaps you have children of your own and the idea of taking care of a few more for part of the day appeals to you. Child-care needs continue to soar in the United States. Many people prefer the option of their child being cared for in a home environment while they are at work, opposed to a more institutional-like setting.