by Beau Peters
So you’re an aspiring entrepreneur. You have a concept that you believe will add value to a sector of the market, the passion to set out on your own, and the know-how to make a dream into a small business.
However, as you venture into a field with many competitors, large and small, you’ve likely come up against a core truth in a capital-driven economy. While in theory, anyone can start a successful business and achieve success, some are more likely to succeed than others. The gulf between resources available to a first-time entrepreneur who left their minimum wage job to make something of themselves and a seasoned businessperson with several success stories under their belt is – well, it speaks for itself.