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Simple Startups Table of Contents

Table of Contents………………………………………………………………………………….. 3

Introduction…………………………………………………………………………………………. 5

Setting a Budget……………………………………………………………………………………. 7

Sticking to Your Budget………………………………………………………………………… 11

Using Credit…………………………………………………………………………………….. 11

Keep An Eye On Cash Flow…………………………………………………………………. 13

Saving Money………………………………………………………………………………….. 15

Reach Profitability Quickly…………………………………………………………………. 18

Hiring vs. Outsourcing………………………………………………………………………….. 19

Obtaining Capital…………………………………………………………………………………. 21

Angel Investors………………………………………………………………………………… 22

Venture Capital………………………………………………………………………………… 22

Loans……………………………………………………………………………………………… 23

Conclusion…………………………………………………………………………………………. 25

Resources………………………………………………………………………………………….. 26

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Introduction

Starting a business can be costly, especially in certain fields such as brick-and-mortar and retail. But there are ways to drastically reduce your startup costs, and to secure funding without giving away the rights to your company, or going into serious debt.

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard entrepreneurs lamenting over the fact that they gave a huge percentage of their company equity away to get angel investors or venture capital, and realized later they could have done it on their own without giving up so much equity.

Let’s say you secure $100,000 from an angel investor in exchange for a 25% stake in your company. (Realistically, most investors ask for higher amounts, but we’ll use 25% for easier math.)

Now let’s say your company makes $1,000,000 in profit in its first year. This means your angel investor would receive $250,000 for that initial $100,000 investment, and that’s just in the first year! Over the years, this could add up to millions of dollars!

This is why it’s important to avoid seeking investors whenever possible, or to delay seeking funding as long as possible. (We’ll talk about the reasons for that later.)

In this guide, we’re going to talk about some of the best ways to save money, get profitable faster, and avoid having to seek funding before your company is truly ready. You’re going to learn how to start your business with the least possible investment, and how to manage your money until your company becomes profitable.

So, let’s get started.

Setting a Budget

According to a 2009 survey by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, the average startup cost for a business was around $30,000. It might be a bit higher now, given inflation, but you can expect the average is still somewhere in that ballpark.

Of course, startup costs can vary dramatically depending on the type of business you’re trying to start.

Opening a retail business or a restaurant, for example, might cost a minimum of $50,000 or more, because you have to pay for the physical space, fixtures, product, licensing, employee salaries, and more.

But starting an online business focusing on digital products, affiliate marketing, drop shipping, or something similar might require as little as $25 to start. This is one big reason so many people start these types of businesses. There’s a lower barrier to entry.

Even $25 can be a significant investment for some people. If you’re already living on next to nothing, even such a small amount can seem like a fortune, especially when it comes to risking it with a potential for failure.

But entrepreneurs know that there’s no reward without risk, and only you know how much risk you’re willing to take.

So, the first thing you need to do (after you make the major decisions regarding the type of business you want to create and such) is figure out exactly how much you’re prepared to spend starting your business.

A lot of this will probably depend on how much you have to spend. If you don’t have very deep pockets, and most of us don’t, you will be limited in the amount of money you have available to start your business.

Some people don’t mind risk, and they’re willing to put more of their available funds into their business in order to try to extract profit more quickly. Others prefer to risk a bit less and grow more slowly. Either way is fine. It’s up to you to decide how much risk you’re willing to take.

This is why it’s important to set a budget and stick to it as much as you possibly can. If you have $20,000 in your savings account and you’re willing to risk half, then you need to set a budget that falls within the $10,000 you have available.

If you have no money available, and you’re starting with nothing, budgeting becomes even more important. You’ll have to find money somehow, and that’s not easy if you have no experience to prove your ability.

Determine exactly how much money you have to invest, and how much you’re willing to risk. Then sit down and total up every single expense you can possibly think of with regards to opening your business.

Don’t forget things such as:

• Product (either buying or developing it)
• Location (either a physical location or a website)
• Marketing expenses
• Employees or outsourcing expenses
• Office supplies and utilities
• Six to twelve months of operating capital

Take note of that last one. Many businesses don’t become profitable for at least the first 6-12 months, so it’s important not only to ensure you have enough capital to start your business initially, but also to run it until it becomes profitable.

Determine how much you are likely to need to run your business until it becomes profitable, and try to pad that number as much as you can in order to account for unexpected expenses.

Once you’ve determined your budget, you can start purchasing the things you need to open your business.

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  1. Title: What Is Bootstrapping?
  2. Title: How Much Can You Afford To Invest?
  3. Title: How Much Do You NEED To Start Your Business?
  4. Title: Budgeting For Startups
  5. Title: Managing Your Company’s Budget Wisely
  6. Title: Getting Great Deals For Your Company
  7. Title: Creative Funding Methods

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Title: Creative Funding Methods

Hello,

Alright, now it’s time for the good stuff.

You’ve stuck with me this far, so it’s time to talk about how
you can actually come up with MORE money to start your business
if you don’t have enough already.

The first thing to keep in mind is that you can earn more
money. A lot of people overlook this because they want to devote
all their time to their business, but what good is that if you
can’t afford to start your company because of lack of funds?

Consider using whatever talents you have to make more money,
or even selling things you don’t need.

You could list some personal items on eBay or Craigslist, such
as:

* Clothes you no longer wear
* Movies you won’t watch again
* Video games and systems you no longer play
*

You could also freelance if you have the skills. Consider doing
things such as:

* Graphics design
* Fiction ghostwriting
* Non-fiction ghostwriting
* Programming
* Research

There are lots of companies that will pay you to perform easy
tasks, too. Here are a few:

>> https://www.mturk.com/

>> http://www.microworkers.com

>> http://www.shorttask.com

>> http://www.clickworker.com

Credit cards are another option, but it’s important to be very
careful with this.

Remember, high interest rates can eat into your profits in a big
way, so try to pay off balances before your statement hits so you
aren’t stuck paying those exorbitant rates.

You might also consider getting a loan from the SBA. They make
it easy to get small business funding at fair rates.

>> https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/loans

This concludes our series on bootstrapping your business. I
hope you learned a lot and you’ll use what you have learned.

Good luck!

Until then,

{YOUR NAME HERE}

PS- Be sure you’ve whitelisted my email address so you don’t
miss any of the killer training I’ve got coming up soon!

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