We all have an idea, and we all have ambition. You go out, there will be thousands of people with their own ideas, with their own ambitions, however, the most common problem which is present is the lack of funds to support the ideas that many people may or may not have. Even if you are willing to leave it all behind: your secure job, the city or place you live in - again, the main problem which arises is the lack of funds that may be available. And yes, this might seem like a huge problem, but remember this - a lack of capital should not be the reason that you don't chase after your dreams, and here, I'll tell you how you can start your own business while having little to no money. 1- You need to reduce the 'needs' While it is true that many sorts of businesses require office space and proper working areas, proper machinery at the disposal, it is also true that there may be some scenarios where you can avoid such luxuries. For example, if you plan on to be a consultant or a freelancer, you shouldn't need employees at first, as you can be your own employee - and as far as office space goes, if you are your own employee, you shouldn't have any problem in working in your own home. 2- Bootstarp Another area which you may consider is the 'warming up of a business'. For example, instead of going straight into a serious business mode, you can start off with just some warming up.\u00a0 You might launch a blog and one niche service, reducing your scope, your audience, and your profit, in order to get a head-start. If you can start as a self-employed individual, you'll avoid some of the biggest initial costs. Once some revenue actually starts to comes in, you can start investing in yourself, and start to enhance your business model. 3- Outsource This option covers the point of getting funds and aids from outside sources. Now you might think that getting funds from outside sources can be quite a difficult process, and while it might turn out to be that, it isn't as hard as you might think it is. You can even start off with friends and families. Propose them your business idea, impress them with your vision, gain their trust and they'll probably invest. Angel investors might also be an option - finding people who want to invest, and in return, they will get some ownership of the company. Venture capitalism might also be considered, and one thing you that you should always remember is that if you really, really require funds, but cannot seem to attain them from anywhere, then the option of government loans can also be considered.