vik_c - 6:57 am on Mar 30, 2007 (gmt 0)
The more money people get paid working for someone else, the harder it is for them to get into their own. The opportunity cost rises with every pay hike. When I've spoken to people who've spent years working for someone else they've usually said, 'I'm really keen to get into my own but only if I make atleast $X every month because that's what I'm making now'. Affiliate marketing is very uncertain and someone who gives up even a $3000 job to get into it may have to go a year or more without making anywhere close to that much. So yes, one needs to be a risk taker for sure.