Google and Facebook were conceived in dorm rooms. Yankee Candle (recently sold for $1.75B) began with a homemade gift. Influencer Lele Pons (who charges $180k per post) launched her career by making YouTube videos about skipping school. 

Big dreams have to start somewhere, and often the best place to begin is small — or even micro. Or sometimes the goal is to start micro and stay that way. After all, good things can come in small packages. 

Whether you want to launch a family business, turn a hobby into extra income, or invest your savings in an online shop, micro entrepreneurship may be the way to turn your ideas into reality. 

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