What Business Should I Start?

The decision isn't as hard as you think.
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It's a misconception that you have to come up with a brand new idea when starting a business. You don't. All you have to do is take a look at what's already out there and decide how you can tweak it a little, make it better or tailor it to a specific community's needs.

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