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вЂShark TankвЂ™ investor Kevin OвЂ™Leary explains how a $10,000 loan from his mother helped him build a $4 billion company
Kevin O'Leary, a.k.a. Mr. Wonderful. Andrew Burton/Getty Images
Kevin O'Leary is the chairman of O'Leary Financial and an investor on ABC's Emmy Award-winning "Shark Tank."
The best money I've ever spent on myself actually came in the form of a loan - one of the very few times I've paid for something with credit.
Back when I was first starting SoftKey Software Products Inc., I found myself in a financial predicament after an investor who'd promised $250,000 pulled the plug at the eleventh hour.
In our optimism, we'd already hired staff to support a potential growth spurt.
Now with no investor, I had no way of covering payroll.
How could I have left our company in such a vulnerable position?
In high finance, things change in a second. But I'll tell you what: I have never been caught out like that again.
Today, it's imperative for my companies to have at least four people on the hook for financing whenever I'm looking for investors.
In my desperation, I called the only person I knew who had $10,000 at her disposal: my mother. If I could make payroll for a couple months, I knew I'd be able to keep the company afloat before we took it public.
My mother wrote me a check, and we were in business for six more months.
$10,000 isn't a lot of cash when it comes to running a business, but it forced me to make vital decisions about which limbs were worth spending on, and which should be cut off.
With this money I was able to take SoftKey public and sell it for $4.2 billion.
The Success Series is a collection of the best advice from some of our favorite writers, thinkers, and leaders. This week, we asked: "What is the best money you've ever spent?" See other articles in the series here.