They get up in the morning, work, take a lunch break, work again, then call it a day.
The question is: why do we work 8 hours a day? Have you really stopped and thought about that?
Let’s revisit history and see how the 8-hour work day came about.
It all started in the Industrial Revolution when factories wanted to increase their output. In order to achieve this, they had their workers work very long hours. We’re talking as much as 18 hours per day for 6 days a week.
I’m sure you’ve heard the word “Bootstrapping” countless times, especially if you’re in the startup or small business world.
Basically, it’s about being as thrifty as possible when running your business. When you don’t have outside investors investing in your business, you rely on your own savings to initially fund the business and get it running.
If things go well, you get enough customers and sales to get into a position where positive cash flow from the business starts to fund the expenses.
Being a bootstrapper (is that even a word?) myself, here are some tips for those who are looking to start their new venture or grow their business on a shoestring budget.
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Email marketing is not dead.
Far from it.
Even with the rising popularity of other communication channels like social media and instant messaging, email is still king.