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Resources How to Start a New Business

Starting your own business: you’ve thought about it a million times. You’ve talked about it to people you trust. Maybe you even keep a notebook full of potential startup ideas and take it everywhere you go. Or maybe you’ve already started a business before, and you’re ready to do it again.

How to get your new business off the ground

Whatever your reasons, the perks of entrepreneurship are hard to beat: flexibility, freedom, and an opportunity (as Steve Jobs once said) to make your “dent in the universe.” Plus, success isn’t dependent on how old you are or what’s on your resume. College dropout and YEC’er Stacey Ferreira turned a tweet from Richard Branson into a million-dollar capital investment in her startup. Sean Belnick went from having zero inventory on hand — and only 3,500 bucks in his pocket — to over a million pieces of inventory housed in 700,000 square feet, all to stay ahead of his competition. But whether you decide to freelance, start a side business or build the next Fortune 500 company, it helps to get some advice from successful entrepreneurs who’ve been there, done that. That’s why we put together some of the best advice we have on file from real-life startup founders on where to begin — and what to do next:

Where to begin

What to expect 

Test your concept and put together your sounding board

Now, make some money (so you can keep going)

Finally, if you need some inspiration, check out our interviews with top startup founders from EVERY industry. We asked them to share their biggest mistakes, their #1 cash flow tip, and their single best piece of advice. And we add new ones every week.

Resources How to Start a New Business

Starting your own business: you’ve thought about it a million times. You’ve talked about it to people you trust. Maybe you even keep a notebook full of potential startup ideas and take it everywhere you go. Or maybe you’ve already started a business before, and you’re ready to do it again.

How to get your new business off the ground

Whatever your reasons, the perks of entrepreneurship are hard to beat: flexibility, freedom, and an opportunity (as Steve Jobs once said) to make your “dent in the universe.” Plus, success isn’t dependent on how old you are or what’s on your resume. College dropout and YEC’er Stacey Ferreira turned a tweet from Richard Branson into a million-dollar capital investment in her startup. Sean Belnick went from having zero inventory on hand — and only 3,500 bucks in his pocket — to over a million pieces of inventory housed in 700,000 square feet, all to stay ahead of his competition. But whether you decide to freelance, start a side business or build the next Fortune 500 company, it helps to get some advice from successful entrepreneurs who’ve been there, done that. That’s why we put together some of the best advice we have on file from real-life startup founders on where to begin — and what to do next:

Where to begin

What to expect 

Test your concept and put together your sounding board

Now, make some money (so you can keep going)

Finally, if you need some inspiration, check out our interviews with top startup founders from EVERY industry. We asked them to share their biggest mistakes, their #1 cash flow tip, and their single best piece of advice. And we add new ones every week.

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