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8 Ways to Start Any Business and Make Profit

Surely talents when put to work can bring you profit. When you have a business idea, these are 8 ways you can look at it and choose what sub-sector that appeals to you.

  
1. One Track - This means you decide to Just do it. A good example is having an interest in fashion leading to designing your own clothes. This is known as the Do-It-Yourself  (DIY) Business model.

ž 2.  Sell it – This model has to do with coming up with products that you could sell that relate directly or indirectly to  your interest. Like for fashion, you can open a brick & mortar boutique or create an online store and sell other fashion designers’ clothes etc.

ž 3. Talk about it – Share information on your passion, and get paid sharing the information. A blog is a great example. Example Fashionistas turned bloggers, TV shoots, make presentations, make documentaries on that topic of interest. Another example is a gardener who can build his interest as an eco-friendly  expert, teach on sustainable gardening or review gardening tools and supplies.

To be continued
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