Did you see the 13 year old Somalian child that made remote controlled cars from waste? The young child loved to make cars, so he made them. He didn’t think about all of the things that he didn’t have such as metal, paint, welding tools, etc. He looked around to determine what he could do with what he had and he built them.
There are times we get caught up with the things we don’t have, that we forget how to work with the things we do have. So, you don’t have a million dollars to start a business, maybe you can start it with a thousand. Possibly you can start your business on a smaller scope, then build it to the mega business that you envisioned it to be.
George Washington Carver was a botanist first. He loved to study the natural order of things in the world, which prompted him to create great things. He didn’t begin his invention journey trying to make the next big thing. It just happened. His unlikely resource was just doing what he loved to do.
Let nothing stop your drive. Tupac even told us about how he had to be resourceful without much.
Just because you start without resources doesn’t mean you’ll end without them. Focus your efforts on the things you can do, and those things will expand before you realize it.