Starting a micro business doesn’t mean you should take on debt! In fact, you can start a micro business with the things that you already own such as: your computer, you lawn mower, your camera, your oven, and even the knowledge inside your brain.
Here’s an example: Lucas wanted to start a micro business mowing lawns. He want a riding lawnmower for the business, but didn’t have enough money. So instead Lucas worked delivering papers and eventually bought a lawnmower at a garage sale. His lawn mowing business is now quite successful and was started debt free!
Watch an excerpt from a workshop I did at the Midwest Home School Convention called, “The Best Micro Business for a Teenager to Start”. Here I explain why it’s best to start a micro business with little money:
Have you ever had a great idea and thought about starting a micro business? If so, you should check out my book series, Micro Business for Teens. In my books, you’ll gain valuable insight for starting a micro business.
A micro business is a small, simple and fast to start up, sole-proprietor business that usually consists of one worker, the owner. Micro Businesses are usually low-risk and easy enough for a teenager to manage along with schoolwork and other extracurricular activities.
Carol Topp CPA