With two parent families working outside of the home and single head of households trying to keep their heads above water by doing it all, many of them don't have time to do the little things with their children.
Outsourcing is the ticket. Everyone on this earth has a talent and/or skill they can utilize to help others or to be independently successful. Parent outsourcing can be a home business to start for those who have patience and work well with kids.
Starting an outsourcing business does not take a lot of money at all. You should start by volunteering at a place where there are children and families. Places like the YMCA or Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club.
You can teach someone how to ride a bike or bake a cake. You can charge $50.00 an hour to teach children how to ride a bike or $25.00 an hour to teach someone how to bake a cake. You can charge low or you can charge high. The price may depend on what will be included in your business, the task and how long will it take.
Once you have a successful track record, get parents to give you references and ask them to share their experience with others. Place a business ad in a newspaper or online. Put parent testimonies on brochures or flyers. There are many things a person can do, pick one and go for it.
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