The Art of the Bootstrap – Part 2

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Last week I discussed bootstrapping and how difficult it was; most times, if you can get an external investment to start your startup – do it. But for various reasons you may want to be in full control of your destiny, or maybe you found that funding has dried up. In that case, bootstrapping may be the way to go. I've done this 3 times out of 3 – so it's definitely possible.

The Art of the Bootstrap – Part 1

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Most entrepreneurs' dream is to get a large investment shortly after establishing the startup, and cruise to success on other people's money. But what happens if that doesn't happen as planned?

Addicted to praise

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We all want to build an admired startup. One that will be commended all around the world and serve as an example to be followed. Wait – do we really?

Why not today?

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That great feature you mean to add, why aren't you starting to add that feature to your product today? The business partner you think would be a good fit – why aren't you reaching out to him today?
Someone introduced you to a potential advisor or a strategic customer. What are you waiting for?