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We're Bringing Unsexy Back to Entrepreneurship

Sometimes, the Plain Jane journeyman approach is the best when building a business and a lifestyle.

Andrew Yang

The 8 Key Rules of Starting the Business of Your Dreams on a Shoestring Budget

The bad news is that many are already doing it, with competition growing, so the longer you wait, the less chance you have of getting there first.

Detroit Is Cultivating Local Entrepreneurship to Secure Its Future

The Motor City isn't waiting for a savior to move to town. It's banking on the energy of the people who call it home.

Amanda Lewan

What Growing Up Broke in a Rich Neighborhood Taught Me About Business

This unique experience actually worked out to my advantage, and some of the lessons I learned helped shape my perspective and outlook on life and entrepreneurship.

Andrew Medal

5 Strategies I Used to Start and Grow a Successful Business With Only $200

Don't let a limited budget stand in the way of what could be a successful business and rewarding career.

Zach Cutler

6 Life Hacks Learned in Prison That Will Maximize Your Productivity

Spending a few years behind bars totally sucked, but at least I developed some good habits that I still follow today.

Andrew Medal

10 Bootstrapping Tips to Help Turn Your Idea Into a Reality

The chances of receiving funding is very slim, so if you are serious you are going to have to dip into your own pockets.

Jonathan Long

4 Reasons to Crowdfund vs. Self-Fund a Product Idea

With platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo, you can quickly see if the idea is something the market wants before investing large amounts of time, capital, and energy.

Terry Lin

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

If you're considering starting a business, a small amount of money can go a long way towards building your future success.

Great Idea But Little Capital? Don't Let That Hold You Back.

Here are eight strategies to build your business with sweat equity.

Nina Zipkin

How a Startup Made It During Its First Two Years Without Relying on Investors

With a focus on the product and a few 'lucky' breaks, a mobile app developer dives into fundraising for the '99 percent.'

Dan Novaes

4 Reasons Not to Confuse Early-Stage Money for Success

The rigors of bootstrapping your startup shape company culture, compel innovation and keep control where you want it, in your hands.

Jan Verleur