With just a few bucks in his pocket and the desire to help, Rhino was ready to start his business. He’d been building and planning on paper for years now but the thing about planning on paper was that it cost nothing. In the library he roamed over countless advice books and went online searching for answers. Finally he hit upon one main theme. If he wanted a successful business he had to make it look good from the outside in. So the money he had saved in his pocket went straight to the one thing he would be known for – his logo. He had a designer create a beautiful, unique logo which in turn ended up attracting customers.
Lesson: This lesson is inspired by the Rescue a CEO Post “Starting a Business for Under $100“