Are you sick of working that 9 to 5 brick-and-mortar job? Tired of living paycheck-to-paycheck?
Maybe you are ready to be your own boss instead of having to answer to one?
These are normal feelings to have.
But, guess what? I have a secret to tell you.
Come a little closer to the screen…
Anyone can start their own business.
Hi, my name is Sam Mollaei and I’m an experienced business lawyer. I’ve helped thousands of aspiring business owners turn their dreams of being their own boss into a reality.
I want you to be my next client, so please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss your business ideas together.
Not sure what type of business you want to form? Here are some top business ideas of 2020 for you to consider.
1. Food Industry
The food industry is a broad business venture. There are so many different options for you to explore including:
- Candy Store
- Grocery Store
- Coffee Shop
Having an interest in the culinary industry (and possibly some culinary education) will go along way with this business venture.
2. Social Media Management
Business has gone virtual and just about any company worth their salt uses social media to some degree.
Most business owners either don’t have the time or the knowledge needed to manage the social media aspects of their company.
So, they hire a social media expert.
This could be where you come in.
Companies are willing to spend a decent chunk of change on someone who will commit to managing and growing their social media platform.
Every single day a new business is formed (I should know as a business lawyer). And every day there’s a new business that needs a new social media manager.
Why couldn’t that social media manager be you?
3. Freelance Writing & Editing
If you haven’t picked up on this by now – there’s a very virtual trend to the best business ventures of 2020. Everyone is online now.
Did you enjoy English class when you were in school? Maybe you liked creative writing courses?
There is a market for people who enjoy writing and editing. If it is something you are good at and something you enjoy doing, you can certainly turn it into a business of your own.
4. Website Flipping
Website flipping is a bit of an art, but everything is on the internet these days. It is certainly something you can turn into a profitable venture.
Typically, the way it works is you buy a website someone else is auctioning. You fix it up and then you sell it for a profit.
5. Buying & Reselling
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.
I want to tell you a story about a millennial named Ryan Grant. In college, Grant mastered the art of reselling used college textbooks for a profit.
After graduating, he started out what was once a side hustle buying things from the clearance aisle of local stores only to turn around and resell them elsewhere for a profit.
This was a side gig to bring in extra cash. He ended up quitting his job and went on to make millions in profit.
There are even people who brag about going through thrift stores and locating gems they turn around and sell for huge profits.
6. Monthly “Box” Service
We live in an era of monthly box subscriptions. There is a monthly box for just about everything these days.
If you can think of something people would like to receive in the mail each month or you can offer more affordable prices on monthly boxes that already exist, you could have a solid business plan on your hands.
People like the idea of living in a world where they can purchase everything they need from the comfort of their own home.
7. Storage Units
So, if you’ve ever watched Storage Wars on television, I can tell you that a storage unit auction is nothing like what you see on television.
Storage units go up for auction all the time and depending on where you live it isn’t too hard to purchase a unit without paying much money.
You buy the units, sort through them, sell what you can sell, and trash what you can’t.
With this business venture, you also have options including opening a store or setting up shop online.
8. House Cleaning Business
There are some people who really love – and have a gift – for cleaning. If that happens to be you, you should consider embracing your talents.
Cleaning is something that a large portion of society really hates doing. There’s a pretty heavy demand for house cleaning services.
You build a reputation as an affordable and trustworthy business, and then your housecleaning service has room for growth.
9. Craft Sales
If you consider yourself to be an artsy and crafty person, you could create things you plan to sell. This is why websites such as Etsy.com exist.
Landscaping goes in the same category as housekeeping in terms of services everyone needs but not everyone likes.
Legally, you can get in trouble for having unkempt landscaping. So, you either tend to it yourself – or you hire someone to do it for you.
This line of thinking opens the door for a prime business opportunity if you enjoy landscaping.
Consult with a Business Lawyer
Establishing a business plan is the easy part. Unfortunately, there are a lot of other steps involved in setting up a business and it can be a pretty overwhelming process.
To give yourself the best chance, it is important that you consult with a business lawyer such as myself. I can help give you the tools and direction you need to build a successful business on the foundation of something you love.
What To Do Next
As you can see, most business ventures stem from a place of passion and talent. When you make the decision to start your own business you do so because it’s something you love and because it’s something you are good at.
Contact me at email@example.com today so we can discuss how to start your new business the right way.
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