Business Tips: 10 Ways to Finance Your Business | Brian Tracy

Business Tips: 10 Ways to Finance Your Business | Brian Tracy

Success Tip: 10 Ways to Finance Your Business | Brian Tracy

Where do you get money to finance a business? 68% of startup financing comes directly from the owner’s pocket, but there are many other ways to earn money for your new business. If you are creative you can start a business with very little money down. Watch this video to find out how.

If you’re looking for an entrepreneur’s guide to building a profitable business you’ve come to the right place. Click the link above to download my Way to Wealth guide and start applying these techniques to your business today.

0:27- How do I finance a business?
0:53- Make money by selling high priced items
1:10- Work with Angel Investors
2:30- Obtain love money from friends and family
3:33- Get large amounts of capital quickly by using a credit card
4:28- Banks are in the business of making good loans
7:21- Take advantage of social lending or crowdfunding
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17 Replies to “Business Tips: 10 Ways to Finance Your Business | Brian Tracy”

  1. Mr Brian please can you make a video on your book"create your own future" l need more into it,this book kept me going n all your videos are really motivating me.

  2. Brian I'm so glad you called out the people that tell you not to put your own money in your own business. anyone that thinks that they can just take other people's money and make a great business of it are scam artists!! It's been in my experience that if you have the skin in the game you'll take it a lot more seriously! Thanks again for your continued help in the personal and business development industry!

    Finding financing in any economic climate can be challenging, whether you're looking for start-up funds, capital to expand or money to hold on through the tough times. …

    Consider Factoring.

    Get a Bank Loan.

    Use a Credit Card.

    Tap into Your 401(k)

    Try Crowdfunding.