Don't think that it's actually possible to start a company using only credit cards and then have it grow until something good happens?
It's a good thing that Randy Morin didn't think that way.
He started a project in his spare time and it just sold to NBC Universal.
This was certainly not a blockbuster deal, just one of dozens of deals like this that happen every week, most of them getting little or no mainstream media attention.
But, lest you think it's easy, take a look at this quote, which instantly enshrines Morin into the CreditCardVC hall of fame:
And lastly, do you have any tips for someone starting their own business?
Let’s start by saying that 95% of Americans and Canadians don’t know what an honest days work is. Most people reading this will likely say they are part of the 5% that do. Those people should ask themselves a simple question. Do you honestly work 40 or more hours per week? Remove lunch. Remove water-cooler downtime. Remove all breaks. Remove personal phone calls. Remove solitaire. If you are part of that 5%, then do it. But don’t quit your day job. Do it part-time until you can pay the bills.
That sounds like a guy who groks the CredictCardVC manifesto.
OK, back to work for me.