You are talking about a business venture, which, by definition, means risk.
Do not let your heart dictate that move.
Make, or don't make, the decision to go into business based on a sound analysis of risk vs. reward. All of which means you have to have your own money to invest and be aware that after a couple months or a couple years you may have no money, no job and a huge stack of bills.
The only way to survive in many start-up operations is to have an idiot working who puts in 16 hours a day, sweeps the floor, washes the windows and takes all the risk for, sometimes, less than one dollar an hour.
That idiot would be the owner.
A rule of thumb is to have two savings, aside from the business start-up money, for you to support your family for two years with no income from the business.
For what I suspect you want to do, a sideline part time venture could lead to your dream without the risk.
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