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Would starting an academy for children between the ages of 6 weeks - 18 yrs be too risky?
I would love it if you would message me Ravenlt04 - as it's hard to tell whether or not it's too risky, without more questions from.
What is your current financial system?
What is your comfort level for "risk" taking?
What would you stand to lose if the academy didn't become successful right away?
What would you GAIN if the academy was successful?
In this day and age, there is definitely a huge market for early child to later stage youth education - especially when it comes to the BEST education. Whether or not it's too risky is up to you in the end - though in order to make that decision from an educated point of view, we need to sit down and figure out where you are now and what you would need to do to get where you want to go.
I am okay with risk-taking. I don't plan to start it if I don't have enough kids enrolled before August. I am a teacher and do have a set salary right now.... The biggest risk is that I'll be leasing from a church.... could be asked to leave one yr.
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