You may not want to deliver mattresses on the back of your bicycle in Seattle’s rainy season, but someone did it and made over fifty thousand dollars their first few years. It certainly isn’t my idea of fun, but the guy who did it started with less than $100 and no formal plan for that business.
There’s another woman who started a yarn shop and makes nearly six figures yearly. She likes yarn and the people who need it. She’s getting paid to do what she likes and enjoys.
When Chris sent me the $100 Startup to read, I wasn’t sure what I was getting. I knew it would be about people who started their own business for less than $100, often without any formal business plan, business training, and sometimes no real former knowledge of the business topic or products. But, this book is a lot more than just stories.
There are some practical outlines and steps to take if you want to get your own $100 Startup built.
Today, the book is on pre-sale with some cool bonuses from The Art of Nonconformity. and…..no, I don’t get anything out of it if you buy the book, other than the info I get out of reading the free book they sent me to read.
So, have you started a business for $100 or less?
Maybe now’s the time.