You don’t need to spend money to make money. That’s absolutely absurd! Yes, having disposable capital can make it easier to grow an idea or business, but it doesn’t guarantee business success. In the same way, a lack of capital will not be detrimental to your success; it might slow down the process, but it shouldn’t stop it completely.
No matter how poor you are, there is a way to do things that will lead you to the success you desire, and that way doesn’t always involve money. What is that way? Honestly, I can’t tell you. It’s different for everyone. Your way is different from mine, just like mine is different from my best friend’s. Once you find your way of doing things, you’ll be able to gain capital without spending a lot of it. If you needed money to make money, no one would ever be able to go from the bottom to the top. It just wouldn’t be possible.
Secondly, stop looking for the so-called perfect business. There’s no such thing! There is no business venture that will guarantee you success. Trust me, I’ve looked. Even some of the best ideas have fallen flat. Remember, every industry has rich men and women. Find a business you’re passionate about. Don’t go into a business because there’s a slightly higher success rate than you’ll find in another. If you aren’t passionate about what you do, you won’t be happy, and that’s a key way to ensure failure.