For centuries now, leading up the present day, the 21st century, money has become increasingly essential for man-kind’s perceived quality of life. However, in order to obtain that “money” (which today, in and of itself, is worth nothing), you have two options:
- You need to have someone give it to you
- You need to work for it.
Obviously, the steadier and more reliable of the two tends to be working for it.
In this essay I will be writing about an idea for a small business I could attempt to run.
I live near people who own land. I think that these people would be willing to let me use a little bit of their land for a garden. But even if not, I could buy pots, planters, and even certain containers so that I could grow fruits and veggies in my family’s house.
So, if I had planted a garden (whether inside or outside) I could then see if there would be people willing to buy some home grown produce. I think that there would be a market for this type of business but even if the case should arise that there was no one who wanted to buy fresh foods, I could just grow food for our family and in that way save money. Then I could try to obtain a license to sell food and then I could sell the produce.
I could do this by getting people excited by making them wait for harvest baskets. I could also grow certain plants to sell, however, I might do well to be choosy as to who I sell the living plants to as they could possibly then grow the produce themselves and then I could lose business.
As time would go on and if I should become more popular, I may want to upgrade my location. I could rent or buy a piece of land, which of course would likely be very expensive, and then I could build a greenhouse on that piece of land and that is how I could continue to expand. Another way I could expand would be to rent someone else’s greenhouse.
In conclusion, one achievable small business that could grow to become a large, very profitable, full time job is to grow fresh produce in the form of fruits and veggies.