Comments on: Cautionary Tales From A Fellow Entrepreneur http://www.businesscreditcards.com/bootstrapper/cautionary-tales-from-a-fellow-entrepreneur/ Information and Tips on getting the right card Wed, 12 Mar 2008 13:44:43 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.4.2 By: Raj Dash http://www.businesscreditcards.com/bootstrapper/cautionary-tales-from-a-fellow-entrepreneur/#comment-37 Raj Dash Tue, 26 Jun 2007 03:46:28 +0000 http://www.businesscreditcards.com/bootstrapper/cautionary-tales-from-a-fellow-entrepreneur/#comment-37 Hi Shane, Thanks for the comment. I agree. Bootstrapping teaches so much about business. But do you think it's maybe due to the temptation of easy funding (for some companies) that they do not bootstrap? It takes a lot of courage, I feel, to bootstrap and try to sustain your dream. Hi Shane,

Thanks for the comment. I agree. Bootstrapping teaches so much about business. But do you think it’s maybe due to the temptation of easy funding (for some companies) that they do not bootstrap? It takes a lot of courage, I feel, to bootstrap and try to sustain your dream.

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By: Shane http://www.businesscreditcards.com/bootstrapper/cautionary-tales-from-a-fellow-entrepreneur/#comment-36 Shane Tue, 26 Jun 2007 03:36:43 +0000 http://www.businesscreditcards.com/bootstrapper/cautionary-tales-from-a-fellow-entrepreneur/#comment-36 Every company should practice bootstrapping to some degree. I've seen a couple 10 million dollar companies that, if they had any handle on their expenses, would easily be 100 million dollar companies. Every company should practice bootstrapping to some degree. I’ve seen a couple 10 million dollar companies that, if they had any handle on their expenses, would easily be 100 million dollar companies.

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