Small Businesses to Get Your Feet Wet as an Entrepreneur

  1. Freelance writing   

Freelance writing, basically the dream job for all you poets and painters of words. But who knew it could be so practical? Freelance writing is a great full time or even just side job. This job requires you to go out and show people your talents, but I’m sure you’re all brave enough; it also takes an ability to transport people with your words. If you can’t see yourself doing so, that’s okay, this is only the beginning of our list. 

  1. Tutoring

It’s not just for highschoolers! Tutors can be any age as long as they have a strong grasp of a subject. Once again you would need to build up your clientele, but word of mouth between all your satisfied customers is also sure to drum up business. Tutoring is a great way to dip your feet into the world of business because you can work in short bursts while still making a nice earning.  

  1. Photographer

Have a talent for pointing and shooting? Photography might be perfect for you. Photographers should preferably have an interest in their job, so that your customers can see you are committed to making them happy. This is a great job for all you artistic types out there wanting to make your way into the world. They say if you do what you love you’ll never work a day in your life!

  1. Cleaning houses

While we are currently in a global pandemic, cleaning is something that will never go out of business. Where there are slobs, there are people ready to clean up after them…for a price. Cleaning houses is a great job for just about anyone who’s willing to put in the time.

  1. Baking

Saving the best for last! This is by far my favourite item on this list. Not only are you surrounded by baked goods, but you could make the rest of the world happy with your baked goods.. No one can really resist a good cookie, so you can make a nice profit after only one sale. Baking is also great for any introverted entrepreneurs out there. You spend most of your time baking, and only spend a short burst of timing selling. 

And for anyone who didn’t really find their new passion project on the list, there’s always lemonade stands! 

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