There’s no business that’s a 100% guaranteed on profits so take the criticism positively and analyse it…you were asking for advice coz you weren’t sure of it coz if you were,you couldn’t have come to ask for insight
Most of those businesses are actually good. It boils down to the individual…do you have the personality, capital, and competence to implement the idea?? That’s the golden question.
I have seen people succeed where others have failed. I have succeeded where others have failed terribly and vice versa. I succeeded in stocks and failed in farming, yet there are farmers making good money. Before you buy a matatu, you better have a certain personality type that is somewhat crude and rough around the edges otherwise ukiwa softie cops, crew, kanjo and mechanics will exploit you etc etc.
You will never get accurate advice online because there are just so many variables about you as the entrepreneur, that an online correspondent doesn’t know. Use the input you get here for reference only.
We are all avid readers of the bible here. Simply sayz it like we seez it
Mathayo Sita 31-34
[B]31[/B]Therefore do not worry, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ [B]32[/B]For the Gentiles strive after all these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them. [B]33[/B]But seek first the kingdom of Godg and His righteousness, and all these things will be added unto you.
[SIZE=7][/SIZE] [SIZE=7][B]34[/B]Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Today has enough trouble of its own.[/SIZE]
You haven’t listed anything new. Anything up there just do. They are probably make-quick-cash and dash operations.
What value investors look for is something they can create equity. For example, if one starts a school with 5 students, he can grow it to 50 in 5 years. True he will defer a monthly income but will create a saleable equity position several times his investment at the end. But hey, opening a school is not fancy.