Are you considering street food vending, but the fear of risk is stopping you?
Are you an over-analyzer?
So bad that you get stuck and never get started…
I’ve been happily married and happily divorced, 3 times.
Marriage is a risk.
Business is also a risk.
But if we get stuck overthinking it, we freeze and don’t pull the trigger.
If you’re Type A, like me, you’ve tried everything to be successful.
I’ve been bankrupt twice!
All my own mistakes.
The last time, in 2007, I lost everything.
My kids still wanted to eat.
We were in a trailer, with a borrowed car, on food stamps.
It was horrible.
My ego hated being broke.
I Didn't Let The Fear Of Risk Stop Me!
So I begged, borrowed, stole, sold my kids’s kidneys (just joking) and got a hot dog cart.
I built that to 22 carts in a year.
Don’t do that.
Totally stupid. Lol
I wasn’t stuck. I was painfully optimistic.
I went all in.
Like I said, I’ve been bankrupt, twice.
But I’m not scared of it.
I just keep going.
Go be successful!
Do what makes you happy and makes you money.
My Papaw once told me,
“Ben, 100 years from now, it ain’t gonna matter.”
There’s nothing wrong with being careful, as long as it doesn’t keep you from doing what it takes.
Study. Do your research, but don’t over analyze.
What’s the best route for success?
I think it’s street food.
Not everyone is a street food vendor. And that’s great.
But if you’re a type A, get off your ass and get out there!
I’ve never seen anything safer than food vending.
No Need For Fear, There Really IS NO RISK!
No matter how bad things get, people reward themselves with food.
Vendors are starting faster than ever, and making more money than ever.
Deliver a quality product, for a good price (even if it’s high).
You don’t need a large market or town!
Small towns are even better than large ones.
Even if you fail, carts sell for more than they do new.
“I wanna change my life. I wanna do things different.”
What would I do now, if I were broke again?
I would not buy 22 hot dog carts, that’s for sure.
I’d do Lemonade!
One of the cheapest food business to start.
And I’d join Vendors United. It’s Vendors helping vendors.
And you can join for FREE for 5 days!
Also, check out Kitchenincome.com, where you’ll learn how to start a food business right at home, for little to no money!
Make things happen!
Watch the video, so I can kick your butt into success!
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