Quick Business Ideas From Home for Creative People


Ever since the Covid pandemic began in 2020, people have spent more time at home working from their computers. If you are a creative and imaginative person, you may think that you are not practical enough to start a business. However, there are a few businesses in which creative people flourish. None of these businesses require investment or even a business model. All you need is a great idea and a little time.

Start a YouTube Channel

Are you very opinionated? Are you the person in your group of friends who always picks apart a movie after you have seen it?  If you are, you may be able to make some money from your opinions instead of just getting eye rolls from your friends.

Some people who create YouTube channels make a living from it. If you pick an interesting subject, make your videos consistently, and have plenty of energy, you can make a little extra money from it.

Video game reviews are among the most popular types of YouTube channels. Makeup tutorials and fashion blogs are also very popular. YouTubers make money from a combination of views, comments, and likes. Many of them will also have corporate sponsors.

Create Funny T-shirts

Funny t-shirts have been popular ever since the 1970s. It gives people an inexpensive and easy way to express themselves. T-shirts such as, “I’m with stupid” and “I’m not as think as you drunk I am,” have made millions of dollars for the people who created them.

According to the website, printful.com/sell-tshirts-online, some businesses will print your t-shirt creations on an on-demand basis. This means you can start a T-shirt business without any overhead.

All you have to do is visit an on-demand printing company’s website and upload an image you would like to have printed on a shirt. If you do not have an image, you can design one using the tools provided on the website.

You will want to set up a web store and link it to the on-demand printer. Each time someone orders a shirt from your store, the printer will be notified. The company will print the shirt and send it out to the customer. They take the cost of the shirt out of the profits, and you keep the rest.

15 years ago a person would need a stocked warehouse and a fancy printer if they wanted to start a t-shirt business. Today, all you need is your imagination.

Teach a Class

If you speak a foreign language, play an instrument, or have some other valuable skill, you might be able to teach a class. Several platforms will allow you to set up a school and teach classes.

The most popular classes on these sites generally have to do with how to use certain computer programs. Graphic design is also a skill that is very in demand. You can also teach soft skills such as time management and conflict resolution.

The most popular and lucrative classes are taught in a series. Some educational platforms will give you a free month so you can get started.

Starting a home business is easier than ever. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

Jeff Campbell

Jeff Campbell is a father, martial artist, budget-master, Disney-addict, musician, and recovering foodie having spent over 2 decades as a leader for Whole Foods Market. Click to learn more about me

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