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10 Businesses You Can Start If You’re Creative


Starting a business and being successful all has to do with passion. If you are passionate about what you do you can do anything and become successful. Creative people strive to push boundaries and make things, design, organize and be unique. If you find yourself  unhappy with your current employment and want to start a new business here are ten creative outlets you could succeed in:


Party Planner!
Planning a party for any age is lots of fun and if you have a creative mind you can take a budget and stretch it far and get wild. You can make your own decorations, games, and create new themed dishes nobody has ever heard of. Create unique photo props and take tons of photos of your creations and show them off letting potential customers see your skills and the jobs will come rolling in!

Interior Designer!
Some people have bad taste or aren’t very good at matching colours. Others simply don’t have time to decorate their homes but have a vision in mind. Interior designers help people make their dreams a reality and get to input their own creative ideas. Start with your own home and show off what you have done and the budget you used. Share on social media and begin advertising your services and in no time you will have a business starting!


Artist or Art Teacher!
Are you constantly creating stunning works of art in your home? Start sharing them with the world and see what they think. If people react well to your art start selling it and taking requests. Look into your local community center to see if you can start teaching an art class if you have the skills to teach a small group. 


Writer!
Writing requires creative skills to keep the people interested. If stories were all the same nobody would ever want to read it. Creativity makes everything better. You can start your own blog, website, or even freelance writing to get a feel for it. There are always writing jobs available if you know where to look.

Chef/Caterer!
Being a chef requires a whole lot of creativity. Coming up with unique menu options on a daily basis is very important to keep people coming back for more. You can start a small catering business if your a good cook and it could be a very profitable side hustle or full time career decision. 


Organizer!
Some people are amazingly organized and other people are messy slobs. If you have creative ways of keeping things organized you could provide this service for others. People have a hard time keeping up with the havoc of everyday life so having a professional come in to show us how to do it can be a huge stress reliever.


Daycare Owner! 
I know first hand that this job is not for everyone. I have been running a licensed daycare for years now and it can be lots of work. But if your creative you can keep kids learning and playing all day and enjoy your job. 


Baker!
Baking and decorating treats can be a fun job. Mixing flavours and colours and creating unique creations on request can be fulfilling and pay the bills all at the same time. 

Website Designer!
Designing a website takes some special skills that we don’t all have but if you learn how you could make a lot of money! Creating unique designs that bring in customers will show off your skills and feed your creativity.


Photographer!
We take thousands of photos everyday. If you have a knack for taking great photos or using creative scenery to make unique creations you could be a great photographer. You don’t need top of the line cameras or lighting to take great photos. You can take amazing photos and share them to gain some exposure and become a great photographer! 

Choose a career or side hustle that makes you happy. You only have one life to live so enjoy it while you provide for your family! 

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