Do you really need a Start-up budget to work from?
Answer – yes. We see people going into business each day without a Start-up budget or such a limited one that success may be fleeting before they really get “into business”. Said person’s will purchase an opportunity of some type and feel that is all they have to do. Magic happens and out pops money from the money tree. We all know operating a small business aka a business opportunity takes hard work and often a bit of money. In fact, you will work HARDER than you did at your old job, make sacrifices that you thought you’d never make and in the end if you “live your business” you will succeed no matter your budget. However, a small bit of money will help in a dramatic way.
Take as many free trials that you can take advantage of such as: LinkedIn, Twitter, iContact, MailChimp and other email marketing services often come with free trials. Just type in “free trial business opportunity” and see what pops up. So, to stretch your Start-up budget, try FREE as much as possible, then spend as little as possible AFTER you have done the research that ensures the moves you make with the limited supply of money you make has the most impact for the buck.
If you have no Start-up budget, you may want to rethink your position and yes free trials will help, but if your business opportunity, licensee opportunity, distributorship, or Franchise opportunity requires cold hard cash to stock the shelves, put money in the cash register, make sure waiters have tips – whatever then you need money to start. If that is the case, you need to focus on obtaining a bit of Start-up cash flow to ensure your business opportunity that you just purchased survive and thrive rather than wither and die away. Do that BEFORE you open your business and make a plan that shows how you will reach your goals with the limited funds that you have.
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