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8 Musts to Start Your Business With Little to No Capital

8 Musts to Start Your Business With Little to No Capital

by Jonathan Long
Have a great idea but very little money? Don’t let that stop you! Those that want it bad enough will make it.
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5 Easy Tweaks You Can Make to Consistently Land New Customers

by Kimanzi Constable
People visit your website looking for what you offer. Making them feel welcome is step one to earning loyal new customers.
This One Word Will Always Stifle Creativity

This One Word Will Always Stifle Creativity

by Peter Gasca
Great entrepreneurs understand that great ideas can often come from really bad ones.
The Bathroom Line Gets a Speed Hack

The Bathroom Line Gets a Speed Hack

by Carren Jao
Traffic lights for toilet stalls cuts down on bathroom wait times at concerts, stadiums and other venues.
Your Ideas Have No Value

Your Ideas Have No Value

by Carol Roth
Get over holding onto your ideas and get out there and do something with them.
Got a Great Idea But Not the Time (or Means) to Develop a Product?

Got a Great Idea But Not the Time (or Means) to Develop a Product?

by Jesse Torres
WayFounder has come up with a route for inventors to bring their concepts to market.
Waiting for That 'Light Bulb' Moment? Don't.

Waiting for That 'Light Bulb' Moment? Don't.

by Catherine Clifford
Jim Koch launched the Boston Beer Company from his kitchen table in 1984. Now, 30 years later, the leader of the craft brewing movement is doing more than $700 million in sales. Here’s what he learned about starting up.
Don't Just Start a Business, Solve A Problem

Don't Just Start a Business, Solve A Problem

by Thomas Oppong
You don't want to start a business that may not survive. Do your homework, validate your idea and make sure you have a real market for it.

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