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Here are some examples of businesses that don't necessarily require extensive expertise:



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Cleaning Services: Starting a cleaning business can be relatively straightforward, especially if you focus on residential or small office spaces. While some knowledge of cleaning techniques and products is helpful, it doesn't require extensive expertise to get started.
Personal Fitness Training: If you have a passion for fitness and a good understanding of exercise techniques, you can start a personal training business. While certifications and knowledge are important, you don't need extensive expertise to begin training clients and helping them achieve their fitness goals.


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Absolutely, both are solid business ideas that don't require a huge upfront investment or extensive expertise. The cleaning business has the advantage of being evergreen; people and companies will always need cleaning services. Personal fitness training is great too, especially now that people are more conscious about health and wellness. Both options also allow for scalability and specialization as you gain more experience. Great suggestions!