Why to start a startup in a bad economy: Learn from those creepy crawlies

Here’s a little motivation for tech geeks and technopreneurs out there that are scared of doing businesses in the light of the current global economic slump. Paul Graham from Y Combinator has a very nice and motivational essay for you folks. Go and read it today.

Erick Schonfeld from TechCrunch read Paul’s essay earlier today and he said that tech geeks and technopreneurs must start thinking like those creepy crawly cockroaches. I guess he’s saying that tech geeks and technopreneurs must learn to ignore the storm, generate ideas, come up with innovations and multiply businesses as if nothing is wrong with the economy. He also said:
…The economy might be going down the tubes and investors are now gun-shy, but there will also be less competition. Investors and markets are fickle. Smart entrepreneurs need to adapt to the changing environment…

Source: TechCrunch

I couldn’t agree more, but what about home based businesses? Let me leave you folks with Scott Rogers (Network Marketing Consultant) to give you some pictures. Enjoy!

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