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Opportunity Identification Exercise
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Gabriel Neiva I run my own business since I was 22 years old. I am glad because I could start my own business early. Especially because I succeeded at an early age and haven’t gone through of being an employee. I have found a career. Also, it means I am happy with what I am doing. Yes, it comes as a shock especially to my friends and college classmates but it's true I have my own business. I've been a supervisor before running my own business; I used to be ski tech as well. This is actually my 4th season and I've been working since I was 19 years old. In summary, my dream was to have my own business, and I could do it. It’s very inspiring to know that at the age of 22 when I started to be my own boss and all the experiences I have in my previous employment became used to the life that I am having right now as entrepreneur. So it’s never too early to start, entrepreneurship is, unlike employment has no age limit. Looking back, I feel like I accomplished a great deal in a short period of time. I look forward to many years of doing what I really enjoy. Having my own business with job satisfaction are crucial to the pursuit of happiness and well-being. 1. 2. Web developer 3. Rock chip repair 4. Salesperson 5. Pilot 6. Technology products 7. 8. Entrepreneur 9. Writing sales pages for products 10. Write effective classified ads 11. Proof read client's articles 12. Graphic artists 13. Sell your photos online to website owners and marketing people 14. Miniature models of local and historical interest 15. Selling Electronics 16. Specializing in toys, dolls, trains, etc 17. Selling books 18. Selling junk and bric-a-brac 19. Selling curios 20. Specializing in the sale of better stamps 21. Writing letters to the press 22. Greetings card verses 23. Competitions entry form supplier 24. Preparing curriculum vitae 25. Invent - a – game 26. Cherished number plates 27. Accommodation address service 28. Upholstery 29. Furniture stripping 30. Typing service 31. Custom curtain making
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32. Soft toys 33. Hiring 34. Car boot trader 35. Making video films 36. Leaflet distribution 37. Home publishing 38. Party plan 39. House and pet sitting 40. Ice Cream Vendor 41. Promoter 42. Sandwich service 43. Party catering 44. Children's entertainer 45. Growing herbs 46. Sewing and alterations 47. Growing and selling houseplants 48. Old photographic views 49. Researcher 50. Craft clothes 51. Telephone answering service 52. Discretion buyer
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