In recent times and with the economic climate as it is, more and more people are looking for a second income. In these challenging economic times, anything having to do with reusing something by making it better, restoring it to working condition, or repurposing it for a new use meets not only the criteria for a green business but also helps people find extra ways to stretch their limited budgets and resources.
Fairly routine you may say and yes I would agree, however, the more time I spend with start-up businesses the more I realise that if in your past you have no experience of the skills needed to run your perfect small business idea, then it is doomed for failure.
When considering to start a small business, then, check if you have sufficient capital, the set of skills to start and sustain it, hired hands (or technological tools) that can assist you in the start-up venture, and most important of all, the passion and sound business plan to carry it through.
For those who are good behind a camera, can go over to the organization and have a detailed and very influential documentary done on how conditions are and how people would be putting their money up for something worth it. Make it as professional as possible using a hi-def camera, and do a lot of research before executing this idea.
That is why you have to invest in a couple of things like a movable massage table or a chair, a type of double-sided board to promote your services and prices, a pile of towels, massage oils and a large umbrella or two to guard yourself and your customers from the sun.