• 6 Bootstrapping Tips From an Entrepreneur Who Turned $3,000 Into Millions

     

    http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/240331Yes, many successful companies were launched with a significant amount of funding, but its important to realize that the chances of a business success are not directly related to the amount of capital that the company was started with.

    When starting out with limited resources, you’re forced to use this money wisely. I started my first company with just $3,000 — a loan from my dad that I used to take a real estate course. This was a pivotal starting point for me, and what enabled me to go on to found my company, Renters Warehouse. It wasn’t a huge amount of money, but it was what just I needed, and it was well spent.

    If you’re considering starting a business, a small amount of money can go a long way towards building your future success. Here’s how entrepreneurs who are big on ideas, but short on cash can get started: Read more…