Guts. Gutsy. No Guts, no glory. That took guts.
What an interesting word. It’s kind of an ugly sounding word: hard g, short u, ending with a terse ts. Guts.
The word literally means something kind of ugly: intestines. The body part charged with breaking down food, making waste. Guts.
But the symbolism is amazing. Guts is energy, drive, courage, boldness coming from deep inside ourselves. We all have guts. But very few have guts.
It takes guts to start a business. It takes energy to dream up a concept. It takes courage to advertise. It takes boldness to make promises to potential clients. It takes drive to finish that contract.
We all have intestines, but do you have guts?
We're a new studio based in Atlanta, Georgia. Our team has a passion for programming. We want things done right, the first time, and every time.
Come along for the wild ride! We'll share all our tips and tricks, successes and failures, all that we learn from bootstrapping, every Tuesday and Thursday.
Bootstrapping: "To promote and develop by use of one's own initiative and work without reliance on outside help" (from Dictionary.com)