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"the key is to find a niche market and open a business, something that has a high demand and low supply. "

I think that there is one other aspect to starting a business that is crucial to having it be a success. You have to know the business. My first question would be to ask you what you know about the radio business? I would caution anyone who is considering going into a business that they have little experience or knowledge.

I think that a chef would make a great talk show host to discuss food preparation. Writing a cookbook would be a good start to moving in that direction. Working in the radio business using the skills you already have can help prepare you to learn about the radio business.

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