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Hi Mr Harsh\nI am Rashmi Chaudhary,a 43 year housewife with practically no experience .Now my son is
Hi Mr Harsh\nI am Rashmi Chaudhary,a 43 year housewife with practically no experience .Now my son is in college and my husband is in a touring job so I am seeking an engagement.Initially I want to start by volunteering with an ngo.I also want to audition for voice jobs and tv.I also keep thinking about starting some work of my own.I am based in Delhi .Please help me to make a new beginning.My contact no is 9910657983 and email I'd is rashmichaudhary1974@ gmail.com.\nThanks
01 May 2017, 04:23pm
Rashmi, starting your own business is the toughest but most satisfying. Auditioning may be the most difficult--normally younger persons would be preferred; volunteering with an NGO is the easiest. Doesn't matter about your experience. Since you don't seem to be the primary bread-earner, you may as well choose to follow your heart. What areas do you really care about? Is it food (restaurant)? Is it children (crèche, daycare)? Is it animals (pet care)? Is it garments (design)? Or do you simply want to earn some money, in which case you could even start as a distributor for Amway, but that will require you to have good selling skills--convincing others to part with their money! And this skill is necessary for your own business too. To test whether you have that skill, you could join a friend's or relative's business nearby. They needn't pay you, but if they give you work, and if you make a sale, you can get a commission. \nGo with your heart, but go with the capability to sell. If you can't do that, then join an NGO. If you don't want to do that, then think about getting involved with the local RWA or the school management committee of the local government school or volunteer with the Aam Admi Party--all these are fulfilling roles, and they will challenge you too! Except that they won't pay you.
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Rashmi, starting your own business is the toughest but most satisfying. Auditioning may be the most

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