Lolo. Lolo. What?! I need your help. With what? With my business. Business? No one wants to buy my juice. That’s because it tastes bad. I think it tastes good. For you. But you’re not making it
for yourself. They don’t care if you like it. What matters is
if they’ll like it. That’s the most important
thing in a business. Know what your
consumers want. Consumer? What’s a consumer? The people you’re
selling your product to. What grade are you in?
Why don’t you know that? My spelling teacher
hasn’t taught us that yet. If you’re going to sell it, you first have to know
who would want to drink it. Kids? Old people?
Teenagers? But vegetables are
for everyone. But not everyone
likes drinking that. It’s only for
sick and old people. But guess what. Those people have
money to spare. You can sell that to them. Will you buy some? What? Me? Why me? No way! I may be old
but I’m not sick. Alright, I’ll teach you how
to make a business plan. A business plan? Yes. A business plan. Grab a pen and paper. Pen and paper… – Ruler.
– Ruler? “Consumer profile…” Wow, my daughter
sure is hardworking. What’s that?
Maybe I can help. Here, Tay. “Consumer…” This is for adults.
Why are you studying this? You’re too young for this.
Who gave you that?