Can Your Boss Ever Find Out About You Running a Side eBook Publishing Business?

If you’re working a regular 9 to 5 job while also juggling an eBook publishing venture, this is something you can relate to: the fear of your boss finding out. Let’s face it, nobody wants to be ridiculed by their boss or worse, lose their job as a result of having a side venture. So what’s the solution?

First, it’s important that you not be a blabber mouth. Don’t tell anyone at work, not even your close friends, that you’re running an eBook publishing company on the side. At the risk of sounding a bit harsh, I really think you’re being a moron if you spill the beans about your online business. Just be quiet about it.

Second, use pen names. This is really important. If you publish an eBook, be sure that your name is nowhere to be found on the website that markets the eBook or inside the pages of the eBook itself. You might be wondering why this is so important. Well, search engines have a way of discovering all kinds of data about us. Imagine your boss typing your name into a search engine, only to discover that you’re the best selling publisher of a penis enhancement eBook (for example). Not a nice situation, at all.

Finally, it’s important that you be discreet when you start making a ton of money. Towards the end of my time working a regular job, I had an income that was close to $ 15,000 a month. Yet my regular job only paid me $ 10 per hour. Imagine if I had shown up to work driving a $ 55,000 sports car, or bragged about having bought a beach house. Everyone at work, including my boss, would have known something was going on.

Here’s the bottom line. Your boss never has to find out about your eBook publishing business if you follow some of the common sense suggestions outlined in this article.

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