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How to start a business without money

You don't always need a lot of capital to run and run a business.

In fact, sometimes you can start with a little financial help. (Yes!) Starting a business without money may seem like a far-fetched idea, but it's not impossible.

It is true that in order to start and grow any business, you will need extra cash flow. You will need partners, investors and a solid plan to build your new business funds. 

But, when you're just starting out, you start small. Even better: start as small as you can.

If you plan to open a storefront where you sell your handmade goods, you can always start by selling it to friends and family. You can increase reputation and get initial feedback. 

Then, you can sell them online on a third party website. After that, you can host your own site and store.

If you are worried about how you can start a business with zero funds, here are some ideas on how to start.

1. Ask yourself what you can do and get it for free


It's easy to get in the way of getting in the way of your business. It is often difficult to come up with a list of opportunities that are in front of you. If the idea of ​​starting a business without money scares you, then stop and reflect on what you can do without money.

Skills - What Can You Do?

Experience What have you done in the past?

Knowledge - What do you know?

Solid Resources - What Do You Have?

It is suggested that you think carefully about the answers to these questions. Go beyond what comes to mind and think more deeply about yourself

In the process, be sure to write down your answers to these questions.

Your written feedback will create a collection of samples that can be combined to create something interesting, novel and valuable in setting up a new business.

2. Make a 6-month savings for plan

It is believed that tapping into your savings account is not an ideal situation. However, this is very common among business people. When developing your business plan, be clear about how much you are spending and how much revenue you can make. 

Next, be realistic about how long it will take you to see the benefits. Generally, it takes at least 6 months before you see any cash flow. Make it a goal to save at least 6 months' worth of expenses so you can dedicate yourself to your new business.

3. Ask your friends and family for money not in use for few months

Remember, you are not asking for charity. You are not asking your friends and family to support your flawed business idea. 

No, you have a business dream and your business is stable. You have crossed your plan and I have put a dot on process so you are making your pitch and looking at the people closest to you. Use your friends and family as a multi-level resource.

Practice with them on your sales pitch. Ask for feedback. And, when you are ready to start your own business, ask if they can help with small loans to start a business. Just make sure to get everything in writing and when you will return money back to them. 

You can also use the crowdfunding platform to encourage people around you to build a fortune in your network.

4. Invest in what you can lose

There is a big difference in your mindset if you start with the idea that "I am investing this money and I expect a 30% return". I can make it very small, so I'll add it to the business. And see if I can work with it. ”

If you have lost only what you can afford to lose, you maintain flexibility in the business and reduce stress in managing it. If you are only willing to invest when you hope you can get a certain return, then there is a strong possibility that you will never make the leap and never start your own business. 

An example of this is a businessman who refuses to leave a well-paying job until he has the opportunity to be predicted to pay more, rather than one who saves his savings. Pays a small portion and decides to invest two years of his life in a project. 

He believes that time and money are worth it - whether he pays more than he earns at the moment. He is living with an alternative business mentality.

5. Experience and correction

With this mindset, flexibility and adaptation is a competitive advantage. You succeed by not setting too much on a single goal or outcome, but you are responsible for changes in the environment.

Existing firms usually take longer to adapt than new firms because they have a greater experience to be like successful firms and have established routines and practices that reinforce status.

New firms have always had nothing to do with their contacts and thus businesses can change consumer preferences or change technology or legislation so that they can justify their business to exploit such advances.

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