The Gaming of Incentive Plans
The Apple Convert

Launching Projects on a Shoestring Budget

Pennies I'm attending the Web 2.0 Summit this week and one of the most inspiring sessions was earlier today when Guy Kawasaki rounded up a bunch of web startups who launched with very limited funding. We're talking $15K-$20K to start a business.

I keep thinking about some of the new models of content distribution we should be experimenting with and I often get discouraged when I think about the potential investment requirements.  The companies Kawasaki gathered prove you can do a lot with very little.  Highly thought-provoking.  (See my earlier tweets for a full list of the companies included in this session.)

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Brenda Rogers

Joe,

Of course we can all do a lot with very little. Only buy the basics. Buy nothing you cannot afford, and you have no extra money (that is what your mind is thinking, because its true). Pay the bills, buy food and gasoline/ transportation.
I’m a perfect example, I own two homes qualified for the second one in August ’08. I’ve been a single mom for 16 years, and I’ve never made more than 25K a year.
If there is a need and determination you can do anything! Thanks for reading, have a good day.

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