You may want to pay close attention to what your kids are saying at the dinner table. It might inspire you to start a small business just like Tiny Pies, owned by Amanda Bates and her mother, Kit Seay.
“We had made pie at dinner, and we were sitting around the table with my sons. My youngest son, Andrew, wanted to take a piece of it in his lunch to school. Pie is really messy, and I was just explaining to him that it was going to be really difficult to do that because it would just be all stuck to whatever the container was by the time he got ready to eat it,” Bates explains.