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Easy. If you want it badly enough, you'll do it. Self-teach, rely on interdependence, pay attention to synchronicity, sacrifice sleep, leisure time, for your goals. Sounds cruel in a way, but how much do you want it? That's your answer.
I started my business with subzero capital. I'm now the #1 Celebrity Numerologist in the world, 3-time bestselling author, syndicated columnist, motivational speaker, TV host, CEO of Authentic You Media and Eleven Eleven Productions. I have many celebrity clients from Chanel/Karl Lagerfeld to J.J. Abrams.
How? Blood, sweat, and tears - not hand-outs or wads of cash or capital. I came from a small rural city in the East Coast of Canada (Fredericton, New Brunswick, pop. 36,000) to living my dream and then some, in West Hollywood, California. Received the coveted 0-1 Visa originally (to move here) which is the Extraordinary Individual Visa, proving I'm top in my field.
How badly do you want it??
#1 Celebrity Numerologist Michelle Arbeau
If you have an attractive idea and a business plan for it, then look for investors.
Develop a concept. Make a proof of concept. If you can start it developing like mobile apps, web apps, platforms, communities etc. then create something that will prove it will work. Go to any Venture Capitalist to help your startup work. VC will invest in your ideas.
Ok, search with Google for "free blog". Sign up and set the blog up the way you want it.
Write on your blog about what you are offering.
Promote your blog on social media like Facebook and Twitter.
I started online selling handmade items from home. As I perfected my craft and business knowledge, my sales increased. Within 3 years, I was able to save enough to move my operations to a brick and mortar location outside of my home. I began with my production and was not originally open to the public. Slowly and after the initial spending to set up shop, I began offering limited craft/art class opportunities for the local community to take. This was an added line of revenue for me. First, it was once a week, then 3 days, now we're open 6 days a week and have brought in a D-I-Y art line for walk-in traffic. In the past year, my production has suffered to bring on the additional lines of business, however, this is still in line with my long-term goals.
In the past year, I have also added more product offerings then what I initially started with and have brought in other artists as contract teachers to offer a variety of options to those looking to learn more. Since I opened a year ago, I'm still "studio/shop" poor and have not drawn a salary. This is not to say I am still self-funding the operations, but merely, that it has taken a year for the business to be self-sustaining.
Considering I started this all by making a few items and selling them online, and now 4 years later I own my own brick and mortar art/craft studio without getting a loan, borrowing money, or racking up credit card bills... I would say yes you can start a business without money but it will take a lot of long hours, hard work, dedication, and financial saving to make it a reality.
Also, you must love what you plan to do --- otherwise why bother!
I love what I do, I love the long hours, the craziness of not knowing what day it is, or if I'm coming or going because I'm doing it all!! I love the networking, learning new skills so you can save a buck here and there, and of course the great support system I have from my family and friends!!
I'm not crazy, really... I'm just not doing it for the quick return. Rather my goal is to build a legacy that gives back to my community and hopefully will provide my husband and I a little financial buffer when we retire. Most people don't get rich owning an art studio. But I do get to make people happy every day and even a doctor can't say that!
1. Many experts have already shared excellent ideas and URLs.
2. What exactly is your business idea? Who are your potential clients? Which cities/countries do you want to target? What level of business knowledge do you have? What resources do you have now?