Home business idea for woman in Pennsylvania

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One of the initial aspects of taking that first step to start a small business is trying to determine whether your business idea will be profitable. Creating a business plan is absolutely the thing to do in order to figure this out.

An early benchmark as you begin the research to create that business plan is to ask people what they think. Now, it’s one thing to ask your Aunt Sally or the postal carrier whether your idea for a home based business will fly, but it’s quite another to ask people who have started their own businesses already.

That’s what this brand new StartupNation community member, PromisedJoy in Lebanon, PA, just did this morning. She already has some helpful insight from others in the community who have gone before her in this exciting entrepreneurial path.

Maybe you have something to add. Maybe you can learn right along with this Lancaster County Pennsylvanian!

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