All the time, I get people asking me how to start a business without needing to put up any dough wads up front.
Every time it happens, I tell them what legendary entrepreneur Ray Higdon once said:
“If you don’t want to invest in yourself or a business, get a job.”
Harsh but true. There’s only so much free can do for you.
People who are drawn to freebies and/or shiny objects like moths to a flame aren’t ones who should find themselves in business (or subscribing to my newsletter, for that matter).
It’s for their own good.
It will save them time accumulating a bunch of reports and ebooks that collect digital dust on their computers because they don’t actually do anything with them.
You can’t build a business with that way of thinking.
If that is the way you feel, then you’re better off with a job, working for the “man.”
Spending the better part of your life giving your boss a great lifestyle, rather than yourself and your family.
If, on the other hand, you’d instead like to learn step by step how to build a solid business for yourself (and aren’t afraid of a tiny investment up front), then I might have what you’re looking for.