You can see how our top two critical ideas fit in for self employed jobs. By replicating how others have become self employed, with adjustments for making your product or services uniquely yours, you save time in getting yourself to a break-even point for your business.
Your chances of success greatly improve.
By trying it out, you learn from someone who has been there, done that...a mentor. Actually, I believe that a mentor is the most important element in the determination of whether this business opportunity is right for you.
The mentor will help you gain insight and knowledge more quickly than you could ever have attained on your own. Most people want to share. Especially, they want to share their success.
My guidance for you in your quest for ideas for self employment is to seek out your own mentor. Find something that you are passionate about, then identify how you can be involved with it to build your business. Locate a mentor who is willing to share.
When you do that, you will truly leap-frog your competition.
To help you target your new career, here is a listing of jobs for self employment put together by LinkedIn.