Not much can be done within the limitation because the needs of daily life can not be hold even only for one day. We need to eat every day, have to pay rent house / apartment (for those who still do not have their own home), we need to pay electricity, water, internet, security, and many other urgent needs.
If we can survive in a limitedness, life will be easier. A simple logical, If we can survive and succeed in difficult situation of life, how our lives if it is experiencing abundance? Indeed, making money is not an easy thing, because there is intervention from God if we are talking about a fortune.
Every business absolutely need the money, if you have a large capital, of course, there are more options that you can choose to start a business. Conversely, if you have thin (slightly), only a few options that you can run. And we all know, large capital does not guarantee success, and conversely, small capital does not mean going to fail. Everything is still 50:50.
Instead, when we start a business, it would be wise to use a small capital in advance, especially for businesses that are new, so if we lose, we do not really lose all that we have. Then, if day by day it signs a positive result, we can add more capital to make our business more developed, and so on.
So, what can be done if we just have a laptop and the internet? The answer is very difficult, any business would require the capital, whether it is to buy a domain and hosting, hire content writers, purchase a template for website appearance, purchase supporting software, and many other. What is clear, the capital cost to start internet business is much less when compared to offline business (renting a physical store is very expensive because the price is very high). And one of the biggest advantages of doing business online via the internet is a small capital. Only through an Internet business that allows us all to start a business without spend hundreds or thousands of dollars at the beginning.
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