Too many startup founders crave the validation of big-name investors and end up buying into the idea that getting venture capital somehow means their business has a better shot.
I became an entrepreneur to own my business and operate it in a way that puts my customers first — not the board. Bootstrapping isn’t for everyone or every business, but the tips below might just help you go the distance.
1. Make the commitment
Bootstrapping your business requires that you’re prepared to forgo outside capital, no matter what….
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