You could be missing a key step to growing your homestead business to the next stage. First you need to identify which stage you are in and then download the checklist to discover the steps you need to take to get to the next stage. This checklist will give you the business strategies you need to implement to make your homestead more self-sustaining.
"This is fantastic and gives me so much hope. I have got most of the first page done, and I am starting to work my way through the next page. Sometimes it is easy for me to feel stuck or like I haven't gotten where I want to be, but this helps me see all I have done and reminds me that I am pretty much right on target and moving in the right direction! Thank you :)" ~ Gretchen Hayes, Gretchen's Happy Homestead
This is the phase where you are paying to play with your goats or chickens. You likely have to work a full time job in addition to taking care of your homestead. You might have a Facebook page that you update from time to time, but mostly used to post funny videos of your animals for friends and family.
In this phase, your homestead is covering some of its costs. You are being paid to play with your goats or chickens. You have a website, social media presence, and spend time marketing your business. Furthermore, you may still have a full time or part-time job to cover the rest of your bills.
In this phase, your homestead business is your primary income, paying all of your bills, and making a profit. Your goats and chickens are paying for your homestead. This is the phase we want to help all homesteaders to get to.
The Homestead Business Success Path Checklist will help you analyze what stage you are in and give you the all the steps you can do to build your homestead business. Many homesteaders get stuck at a certain stage just because they are missing a few key steps.
You need to think about things like:
~ Gretchen Hayes from Gretchen's Happy Homestead
If you want to be able to homestead full time, you need to download this checklist.
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