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    Yes! I have several friends with souped-up golf carts out at the race track.

    Personally, if a friend tells me we can make some money and it doesn't cost me over $1000 and I don't have to do any of the work, I'm in. Sometimes I kick myself for not going higher but I have my $1k limit. Although I'm still interested in the trailer house flipping thing that was talked about on here. If a friend asked about doing that I would go to $10k just because I love the idea. Same with a travel trailer. My sister and I flipped one of those several years ago. Bought it for $800, she cleaned it real nice and shiny and then sold it for $2500.
     
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    Don't flip these - rent them. I have a friend that buys them sight unseen when they hit the market. Getting the SPACE for them is the hard part. If they're in a park already, they rent in no time. He has a list of people wanting to rent, so no problems with vacancies.

    These things are cash cows. I am trying to get into that biz also, but this guy is greedy and wants it all to himself. This is his secret road to riches. He does amazingly well at it. I keep buying him beers and softening him up. Someday.
     
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    So I was driving through a construction zone today and I saw a barrel barricade, and it reminded me of this thread.

    In my area, there’s only ONE company providing barricading services to construction sites. I was speaking to some people and it seems like a VERY lucrative opportunity.

    Essentially how it works is the barricading company leases the barrels to the contractor at a rate per barrel per day. They drop them off, and they pick them back up when the job is done.

    You don’t even need to manufacturer the barrels in house. Import them from China. Rent a storage place. Store them there per season (construction is usually seasonal). Rent a few trucks for drop off/pick up of the barrels. Hire a few people to do the labor.

    After you’ve built a reputation, expand into road signs, flagging, traffic control, permanent signs, etc.

    This is something I might start very soon...
     
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    Today a lot of people would like to step into amazon, app, etc. bussines. But there are not many who would like to dirt their hands to make money. So I think that in unsexy bussines will be much more oportunity than in "popular" branch. Simple supply and demand principle.

    There is also another aspect. USA - China trade war. We probably will be live in economy with tariffs and protectionism. So there will be a chance for bussines in industrial sector, manufacturing. If we would like to improve our economy we have to make reindustralization in ours country. Import and export will be still very profitable because it is sense of ours economy but maybe trades directions will change.

    Sorry if I made any language mistake.
     
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    I have a friend who just finished buying a plot of land and having a general contractor help him build a house. He was formerly into flipping, but he said this was the best profit he'd ever turned. His first time, after years of flipping.

    It has a pretty good barrier to entry because he needed about 300k to do it all he said.
     
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    The often mentioned Mike Rowe and his series "Dirty Jobs" here is the full list of industries from its 8 season run.

    Bat biologist (bat guano collector)
    bat rehabilitator,
    Baseball Rubbing Mud,
    fish gutter
    Catfish noodler
    septic tank technician
    worm castings rancher
    Golf ball diver,
    horse breeder,
    roadkill collector
    Garbage collector/recycling separator/composter (vineyard),
    shark catcher/tagger,
    car recycling
    Sewer inspector,
    disaster cleanup crew member (basement sewer),
    demolition worker (office building interior)
    Pig farmer in Woodward,
    removing chewing gum from sidewalks,
    pigeon droppings removal
    Baby chicken sexer,
    beer brewer,
    oyster harvester
    Exterminator
    crab fisherman,
    blacksmith/farrier
    Surfboard maker,
    beekeeper,
    sludge recycler
    Hot tar roofer,
    house movers
    Coffee plantation,
    marine mammal rescuer,
    ostrich wrangler
    Zoo keeper
    cheese maker,
    volcanic ash mud bath mixer
    Shrimper,
    mudbug harvester (crawfish),
    tire recyclers
    Cob home builder,
    bee exterminator,
    biodiesel man
    Pet groomer,
    micro-algae man,
    charcoal maker (lump charcoal factory)
    Chimney sweeper,
    underwater logger,
    scrap metal recycler
    Marble miner,
    owl vomit collector,
    cattle rancher (cow breeding)
    Turkey farmer,
    potato farmer,
    waste water sewage plant
    Sugarcane mill,
    firefighter (Fremont, CA),
    alligator farmer
    cow feed mill
    Mushroom farmer,
    storm drain cleaner,
    drain cover foundry
    Plumber,
    drilling mud,
    rough necker (oil drilling)
    Concrete spreader,
    termite exterminator
    concrete truck cleaner
    Lance Burton animal handler,
    food recycler/pig farmer
    Coke manufacturing,
    oyster shucker,
    Rose Parade float dismantler
    Lithographer,
    terra cotta facade maker,
    converting trash into electricity
    Keeping trains on track
    cracklin and boudin sausage maker
    cleaning animal skulls with Skulls Unlimited for display in educational facilities around the world
    dam demolition,
    pipe organ specialist,
    geoduck farmer
    Candy maker,
    truck tire retreading,
    KC-135R Stratotanker fuel tank cleaner
    shark cage,
    tiger shark necropsy,
    shark tagging,
    shark repellent researcher,
    shark spotter
    fish taxidermist,
    shark suit tester,
    Salvage expert
    coal miner
    Basalt quarry,
    hippopotamus keeper
    cow hoof trimmer
    Mussel farmer, taro farmer, alpaca shearer
    Vervet monkey rehabilitator
    pig shaver,
    Bait and lobster fisherman,
    Lake Erie seaweed cleanup,
    Lake Erie water snake researcher
    Concrete stamping,
    penguin keeper
    blood worm digger
    house demolition/gutting,
    rodent control,
    mosquito control and poison testing
    Tree trimmer and stump grinder,
    fainting goat farmer,
    exotic insect breeder
    Surveying salmon spawning grounds
    manufacturing CowPots (a type of flower pot made from cow manure)
    Wine barrel maker,
    logging with mules
    Bowie Baysox groundskeeper,
    placing boat moorings
    geothermal well driller
    Wine cave digger,
    baggage handler
    incinerator for trash from international flights
    Winemaker,
    cattle feed farmer
    Hydroseeding,
    cleaning the inside of the boilers of the steam yacht Medea.
    alpaca shearer,
    fainting goat farmer,
    vervet monkey rehabilitator,
    cattle rancher (cow breeding),
    penguin keeper,
    ostrich farmer,
    food recycler/pig farmer,
    logging with mules
    Billboard installer
    Reptile handler
    Clay jug potter specializing in faces on the jug,
    tannery
    Bridge maintenance worker,
    NASA Crawler-transporter lubricator
    Fish farming hybrid striped bass,
    tilapia, and carp;
    bird conservation ("Vomit Island," Ohio)
    egg collecting,
    virus testing,
    horse manure and garbage removal/composting
    H5N1 avian influenza testing
    goose tagging
    Yak and bison rancher
    monkey caretaker
    mudbug harvester ("Shrimper"),
    cattle rancher ("Avian Vomitologist"),
    Lake Erie water snake researcher ("Snake Researcher"),
    exterminator ("Vexcon" and "Termite Controller"),
    Artificial reef maker,
    goat milk soap maker,
    frac tank refurbisher
    Cleaning airport runway paint striper
    collecting diapers for odor analysis,
    spray installation of cellulose insulation
    Cleaning barbecue smoker,
    large animal veterinarian,
    removing underground fuel oil storage tank
    Recycling Mississippi River barge,
    steel mill worker
    Cave biologist
    hagfish fisherman
    Cedar shake and shingle maker,
    buoy tender
    Handmade brick maker;
    cranberry harvesting; cranberry jam, jelly, and syrup maker.
    Building and installing rooftop water tower,
    cleaning elevator shaft
    Fishing and processing of fish aboard the F/V Legacy, a trawl fishing vessel and at-sea fishprocessor in Alaska's Bering Sea; viewer mail
    Working on a dairy farm: milking, artificial insemination, cow midwife
    Erosion control technician,
    aerial tram maintenance
    Making a home energy efficient by improving insulation,
    turkey artificial insemination,
    car crusher
    Cleaning up diesel spill
    salvaging truck from bottom of lake
    Wind turbine generator technician,
    garbage removal from sinkhole,
    printing press operator
    Making shampoo from mud,
    horse castration
    yak and bison rancher
    Researching the greenland shark
    Potato chip maker,
    effluent channel building cleaner at wastewater treatment plant
    Cutting concrete wall,
    sheep shearing,
    docking and castrating lambs
    Leech trapping,
    making raw meat dog food out of green tripe
    turkey artificial insemination
    rodent control
    salt miner
    cleaning barbecue smoker
    wine barrel maker
    Leather Tanner
    alligator egg collecting
    pig shaver
    Demolishing a mobile home,
    making mannequins
    Cleaning diesel fuel from dirt,
    chicken egg farm
    Harvesting hops,
    making vellum from goat skin
    Transplanting a saguaro,
    maggot farmer
    Bologna maker,
    incinerating toilet cleaner
    Bird ringing common terns and Canada geese
    abandoned mineshaft plugger
    Excavator at the Tar Pits,
    dead cow renderer
    Walnut harvester,
    goose and duck feather plucker
    Olive oil presser,
    cloth diaper cleaner
    Suet bird food maker,
    spider collector
    venom extractor
    CNC plasma cutting,
    grit blasting,
    refurbishing engines
    Breeding and training Alaskan Huskies as sled dogs
    Recovering derelict boats,
    recycling mattresses
    High-rise window washer,
    brine tank cleaner (Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay)
    Alligator snapping turtle researcher,
    recycling toilets
    E-waste recycler,
    tofu maker
    Dung beetle researcher
    studio glass maker (Fenton Art Glass Company)
    tagging salmon with acoustic tags
    Shrink wrapping a boat to protect it during winter,
    reindeer farmer
    Dyeing shirts with red dirt from Kauai,
    marble maker
    Fireworks maker,
    Clam harvester,
    worm grunter
    Recycling used paint,
    maple syrup maker
    Cricket farmer,
    Catching feral chickens,
    Making a fire pit, countertops, and bath tub out of decorative concrete;
    Bone black manufacturer;
    charcoal maker
    coal miner
    inspecting abandoned mineshaft
    concrete truck cleaner
    cleaning a buoy
    cleaning grinder sump pump on fish processing ship
    cleaning elevator shaft
    aerial tram maintenance
    welding inside a rotary kiln
    cleaning walnut cleaner
    changing main shaft packing on water turbine
    Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch: ring-tailed lemurs, porcupines, baby dromedary camel, baby albino eastern grey kangaroos, red kangaroos, wallabies, two-toed sloths, bearcat
    Lightning rod installer
    Making fleece roving and yarn,
    Pinsetter mechanic,
    custom fitting for bowling ball,
    Seagull abatement specialist,
    mobile butcher
    Asphalt road paving;
    Rum distiller
    Linemen replacing power pole,
    treating head lice
    Scrapple maker,
    shoeshiner
    Jelly bean maker (Jelly Belly),
    blueberry harvesting,
    Sponge diver;
    Cleaning fish grinder
    log cabin sawmill
    crawfish processing
    termite researcher
    Breeding walleye for recreational fishing, animal acupuncture[13]
    Excavating dinosaur fossil site
    Managing Myriophyllum spicatum, an non-indigenous invasive species,
    collecting seeds for the Millennium Seed Bank Project at the Chicago Botanic Garden
    Maintenance on water softening basin
    Barbershop
    landfill
    Assembling cow bladders
    Disposing biohazardous medical waste
    Erecting radio communications tower
    Commercial processing of onions,
    building wooden ladders for San Francisco Fire Department
    Removing eastern brown snakes
    Capturing saltwater crocodiles to study
    Mining opal
    maintaining the local golf course
     
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    Probably over half of these jobs nobody even knew they existed. Can you imagine telling someone that you manage Myriophyllum spicatum, whatever that means?
     
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    Its a plant but I don't know how anyone could have a job managing it....? I'm not even sure where it's at.
     
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    Yes, I wonder if any of our China importers are concerned about the ongoing dialogue. There's got to be a ton here.

    Do you "I'll worry about it IF it happens?"

    Or

    "I'm looking at alternative manufacturing now..."
     
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    I used to have my own tree service company, some related ideas I've thought about in the past;
    • Specialist vehicle hire and sales(converted tipper trucks)
    • Trailer hire
    • Cherry picker hire and with operator
    • Small business yard/ office space
    • Construction fencing supply
    • Landscaping materials by the tonne bag delivered (gravel, wood chip, bark, slate chippings etc)
    • Wood chipper/ stump grinder hire
    • Shipping container storage yard
    • Sub contract road traffic control service
    • Niche/ industry specific labour supply agency
    How's this for an unsexy business- used nappy/ diaper recycling facility. I used to take my tree chippings there and they'd add it into the nappy waste and turn it all into compost and sell it on!
     
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    As someone passionate and who is working in the in the fresh produce industry this list was a big eyeopener for me. I could be looking in the wrong direction with starting my business.

    If you work in an industry you know well, why not start a side business that is related and on this list. Use your current position at your job as leverage to promote your side business.

    Johnny would be nice if you keep us up to date with your mushroom cultivation business.

    Thanks for a great post
     
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    Why did you get out of the tree business? Here in the US that is a booming business with lots of profit. I know a guy that used to mow lawns but has now changed to only stump grinding and stump removal. He has 1 helper and says he makes about $600-$800 a day profit. I've never seen his tax forms but that is what he says and I believe it. He is suppose to get another crew this year.
     
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    Yes I believe them numbers I used to have days where I did similar numbers from stump grinding.

    Reason I quit was health problems ,although I'd grown the business, I hadn't grown it enough for me not to work in it, I still had to run around doing quotes, fill in for when staff didn't turn up, repair equipment (heavy equipment), oversee jobs etc.

    Given more time maybe I could have made it work, but at the time I could barely walk and didn't think I would get better so eventually sold everything and gave up.
     
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    Awesome thread by the way.But honestly I smell "slowlane" in most of them.(No offense!)
     
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    I don't get this aversion to everything that's not digital marketing/apps/websites/Amazon.

    Nothing's fastlane right at the start, but you can make it that way. For example through intentional iteration.

    One single coffee shop won't make you rich, but 29 shops could. A normal electrician company won't be fastlane. But by either scaling or increasing magnitude, it could be.

    It's probably more in the mindset. If you actually know there's a way to turn your company fastlane, the probability of achieving that is way higher.
     
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    YOU have to post more often. Rarely do I copy a post and print it out as a way to keep me focused. Yours I did.

    I wonder why SO many college grads try so hard to get a job, and can't grasp the message that you just created. It might not seem like much, but it is actually a kernel - a truth - that everything else can be built upon.
     
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    Thanks for the thread. I've been interested in "unsexy" businesses. The only issue I had with it is that I didn't know of any industries.

    Cool!

    This thread delivers. Run your industry by a "do they need this more than once" test, and you have an interesting go of things.

    Quite possibly, the only thing that could stop you is having money to work in the industry. As always, "you need a customer" not a business card. However, realistically speaking, many of these industries do require some extreme leg work, specialized knowledge, and decent capital.
     
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    Two that a friend started:

    Frozen drink machine rentals for events. Would rent to wealthy folks private functions, drop off, set up, pick up a few hours later.

    Boat upholstery. Boating is huge locally. Bought a special sewing machine for less than $5,000, learned to use it and do upholstery from youtube, his wife actually did the work, said it blew up he was getting tons of business with simple local SEO.



    Also good for the wealthy area is mobile detailing. There is one detailed I see in my office parking lot frequently. I think it would be easy to enter this market as most have terrible marketing and brand image. Car washing is huge around here since it's a wealthy and image conscious area. There are lots of car washes always packed with cadillacs and Mercedes but some mediocre reviews. Could probabaly do well mobile detailing with good service and brand image for the picky or exotic owners. There is definitely demand.

    Another one is property management services...BIG business in my market.

    Another idea I had was just a value skew, but requires partnering with another business. A twist on the mobile detailing.

    Offer a car wash to movie goers while they are in the movie. Partner with a movie theater and sell and car wash ticket. Ive been thinking about testing this one in my area.

    MJ give the example of value skew when the local theater remodeled and got new leather chairs, and improves the experience. Now MJ can get his car washed and enjoy a movie all in one go. Now he doesn't have to swing by the car wash or schedule a mobile detailed to come to his home or office.
     
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    And with that sewing machine your friend can make all kinds of money with antique cars. My friends pay big bucks to have the seats and interior sewn.
     
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    I'm not so sure about that and there's already a lot of people doing it well, i don't see the value anyone can provide, excepted doing this in an area where's nobody is doing it.

    Like in the aera of Monaco there's 20 companies that do this for luxury car owners, middle class car..at work, at the supermarket, everywhere.

    But there's also not a huge need as a real wash is expensive and people don't have money for this.
     
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    Are you referring to halal slaughtering? You can definitely make a killing doing that. I eat halal only now and my options to buy meat directly or go to a restaurant that uses halal meat is pretty limited.
     
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    One company I currently sell to has his product halal certified, but I haven't contemplated doing it myself. Another guy I sell to slaughters right off the farm, but is not certified although he communicates with his customers in basic Arabic and Spanish.
     
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    Ha ha! This article is worse than the slow laners. This is the brain-dead laners.

    Some empty suit in government cut a deal with New York to ship their "ship"-ments to their nice little Mayberry RFD piece of paradise. And now it sits there and rots. Rotting biosolids. Could be the name of a new punk rock group. Catchy.

    And the whole town wanders around wondering what to do? Oh my, heavens to Betsy, what to do?

    The writer really dropped the ball on this story too. WHO made that deal, and why is it in limbo as an unsolved problem? Some landfill plan got sidetracked. Those Alabama people. Funny!

    I wanted to check to see whatever happened, but this story just came out yesterday.

    No brains at work anymore, and certainly no leadership. I wonder how long the idiots in this town will tolerate this?

    New York ships their biosolids out. And somebody in Alabama had a hand in setting this up and approving this, uh, mess - and gets paid for it too...

    I think Japan and China are looking for material to make man-made islands out of. Problem SOLVED!
     
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