Create an outline

If you are aware that you don't want a bakery to be opened even though you are a fan of pastries, that’s fine. It is important to identify things that meet these three criteria.
What will the town need?
What are I great at?
What do I want?
These are the things you must align, and you're well on your path.
Protect your gains and hedge your bets
We've now asked lots of questions to help build an understanding of the foundations and identify a business that we want to start. To validate your idea, you need to ask structural questions.
Figure out how to address the challenges prior to launching your company by asking these questions:
The business would not be profitable if there weren't enough customers.
Will this business not work simply because you lack the knowledge you'll need?
This business will not succeed if your product/service is not sufficient.
Analyzing questions like this will allow you to fill a market gap in the strongest possible way and will give us the highest likelihood of success.
Are there ways you can gradually pour resources into the gap? Doing it this way ensures your business is strengthened properly, rather than filling in the gap only to find that it will soon end up breaking.
You might be able to begin by focusing on a smaller area. What if you could rent out some square feet of an area for commercial use instead of leasing the whole area? Is it possible for customers to sign up prior to the time of their appointment? You may be able to begin the process from your home, even if you are not an urban resident. Perhaps you could fill in a portion of that gap.
If you find yourself having more issues than you're capable of handling, there are two options. Either find an answer that works, or search for a opportunity. If you have identified your problem, you've explained the reasons why it didn't work, and are still ready to move forward, that brings us to the next stage.
Create an outline of your business and then extend it to
  b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b 
Your idea for a business is approved. Now is the time to create your business plan. The positive side is that, considering all the work you have completed, it can come together fairly quickly.
Be sure to have a plan for your business that is clear and concise. It's an evolving document. This doesn't mean that you have to follow every aspect. The skills you have acquired in this process might lead to a better solution, or help you expand your horizons - these are all possibilities entrepreneurs explore.
.b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b
Find your weaknesses, improve them, and find the most effective solution for you, manage risk and make a plan.