There were a few personal experiences yesterday that rekindled a strong personal business belief. We've all heard the business phrase "location, location, location." I firmly believe the Internet allows you to operate your business from anywhere. This is one of the oldest maxims of the Web. And, I'm not saying anything most people don't already know. I bring the point up because every once and a while we need a reminder. If you have a business idea, look at the online possibilities.
My friends would always tell me "if you're looking to do something big in business, it isn't going to happen in Rochester, New York." I disagree with their assessments. Most young people end up leaving the area because of a lack of opportunity in the job market. I agree that there might be a lack of job opportunity in comparison to other cities. This happens all over the world. But there definitely isn't a shortage of business opportunity.
Because of the Internet it doesn't matter where you are located. All you need to do is have access to the Web. I know of friends and local businesses that are doing five to six figures in revenue per month within the greater Rochester area. They are making that sum of money through their web sites. In many cases the revenue doesn't include their retail sales.
For today my message will be short and sweet. With the Internet, it doesn't matter where you live. If you play your game on the Internet you enjoy the privilege of playing by a different set of rules. Make the most of it.
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