The list of questions is really great! I thought about this before but not in such detail. I will take the time carefully answer each of the questions.
Thanks, this will help a lot!
First thing you want to do is get your concept refined so that you have a clearer picture of what it is you are setting out to do.
From your first post, it appears you really enjoy teaching. So before you jump the gun, start out by answering these few questions honestly.
1. What is unique, special, or different about your tutoring service?
2. How does your tutoring services compare with similar services in your area?
3. Why would someone wanted to be tutored by you?
4. What need does your service fill?
5. How much is it going to cost you to set up the learning environment that would be suitable for your customers and you? (i.e. startup expenses, fixed expenses, variable expenses)
After answering these few questions you should have a more clearer picture in your mind of what it is that you are undertaking, and roughly at what cost.
To your success,
Dwayne Garrett [Champion Business Consultant]