Are you thinking about business ideas? Take a look at the top 6 business ideas to inspire you in 2021:
1. Making quality educational content in your native language
I grew up in a non-English native environment. When I was in high school, the internet is already a thing. On one of those days, I was given difficult chemistry homework. I couldn’t really find the answer from the textbook so I searched the internet for an answer. I searched for the keywords in my native language but I couldn’t find any reliable source. When I look them up in English, a lot more sources come up. Some of them are reliable enough to be the sources for my homework.
At the time, I was disappointed that I couldn’t find the same results in my own native language. Being a teenager at the time, my English skill was quite substandard. So, coursing through a difficult subject in English eluded me.
I find out that perhaps I wasn’t alone. Many others are struggling to find reliable sources in their own native language. And you can be the provider. Help those in need of education who have limited English language skills. These kinds of business ideas will be of great help to students to shape their careers.
2. A live streaming cooking app where you can cook alongside the teacher
Depending on the quality, following only a written recipe might be difficult for a complete beginner. Before the 2020 global pandemic, a lot of organizations held many offline cooking classes for beginners where you have to go to the site to learn. But as you know, right now in 2021, not many people are allowed to go out of their house, and most people are working or studying from home remotely.
This is an opportunity to create cooking streaming content. Where a person who’s skilled in cooking, such as chefs or experienced home cooks streams as they cook alongside the live audience. This audience can ask any questions regarding the cooking so that they will not results in an untasty dish. Then there will be no more burnt or bland food in your kitchen while not knowing the reasons.
3. A video content where you answer silly mundane questions for people who are too afraid to ask.
This idea was inspired by many online forums where you ask lighthearted questions and many other users might answer them. Questions such as “why do some people like spicy foods?” or “why do we need water to live?” are frequently met here with some good answers.
Unfortunately, you might not always get accurate answers as the responders might not be qualified enough or know the subject’s question enough to answer. Or if they even understand the literal meaning of the question. Especially on harder subjects. There’s also a lot of people who might just be trolls, intentionally misleading other people.
Therefore, you might want to be a content creator based on answering these questions but with more well-researched results. You could contact a person more qualified on the subject matter too if the questions are just too advanced.
4. Memorabilia painters
This idea is inspired by the so many videos on people painting their clothes, denim, water bottles, even calculators. I thought that these people are great painters. I believe with their skills, they can find people who need to paint their own stuff.
This idea has its core to remembering someone. By painting someone’s belongings as memorabilia. It might be a new way to remember someone if you paint their beloved belongings or whatever you’re choosing if you paint something which both of you treasure most while together. For example, Painting something meaningful into sentimental pieces, such as an old journal left by a loved one.
When you are moving into a new home. And your stuff is still stuck in a sealed box. You might find unboxing them to be tedious. Therefore, you might want to hire people to unpack them so you don’t have to. Especially when you are just too busy to unpack them yourselves. Such as a deadline to be met, children or pets to tend to, a family to feed, etc. Creating a business for it might be what the people need.
6. Native English speech translator or thesaurus
“Break a leg, Buddy.” “What? You want me to do what? Break… a leg? “Oh, it means good luck.” “Oh, haha thanks.”
If you read the previous points, you’ll know that I’m not a native English speaker. And as I learned English as a second language, I noticed many things the natives said which I didn’t understand. Native English speeches are often confusing to many non-native speakers. Especially idioms and casual speeches which perhaps many natives find trivial, but not so much to foreign speakers. Expressions such as “piece of cake” or “don’t cry over spilled milk” don’t really make any sense if you take it in a literal sense.
What are your opinions regarding these business ideas for 2021, do let me know.
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