As you may know, the weekend is where the true Entrepreneur tends to shine. So having said this let’s get to krackilackin it…and get busy with our online businesses.
I have so many people come to me when it comes to having an online business and ask me this one question. They always ask, “Dawn, how do you get the working capital that you need for your online business?”
Listen, I struggle with debt just like you do when it comes to student loans, past debt from a failed marriage, and land payments. So, I get this question, and I really do understand why you would ask this.
The first thing I do to come up with working capital for my two online businesses lies in the fact that, I push on every door of financial opportunity that I can think of, or that financial opportunity presents itself to me.
For example, I have cleaned offices and houses, babysat kids, sold baked goods, and did private elderly care, for side income. One time my auto-responder informed me of a contest they were holding for small businesses, with the grand prize being twenty thousand dollars of working capital, so I immediately entered the contest.
I have also received an email regarding a small business loan, being offered to me, that was based solely on bank statements. This loan was through a group of private investors, that had been entrepreneurs like me, and made a ton of money doing it. So…guess what…I’m going to apply for that too.
Do you get where I am going here?
When it comes to being abundant…when it comes to creating what I need to grow my two online businesses…I DON’T TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER, and I never give up pushing on doors for where the Universe is going to bring it in.
Because at the end of the day…like one particular song by Des’ree says, “You gotta be bad, you gotta be bold, you gotta be wiser, you gotta be hard, you gotta be tough, you gotta be stronger.”
When it comes to having a successful online business, it’s not about how hard you get hit…
It’s about how hard you can get hit, and still have the courage to get back up.
Until next time…