The Lack of Capital (Lesson from Thomas Edison)

"To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk." 
- Thomas Edison

It's the way we think that determines the way we act. 

Again and again, we've heard from successful individuals the words "Think big". But  because we have too little to start with, we tend to ignore the advice.

'Thinking big' doesn't require you to start big today. There is nothing wrong with starting small. (Bootstrapping)  In fact, it's one of the wisest advice I've ever received. (in which I used to ignore before) 

You don't have to bet everything that you have today.

Find out what you have that's usable. Mix it with your imagination.

Whether it's a business idea, a project or a personal aspiration, you can still build something remarkable.

Be patient. Experiment and poke around. Sooner or later, you'll figure things out.