Starting a business, regardless of how small, is a great way to get your feet wet as an entrepreneur. Starting small scale will often mean a smaller loss if the business fails, but will stil provide you with the intricacies and issues that are apropo with starting a business. As this Fox Small Business article states, some small businesses can be started for less than $500. "The best way to start a business for less than $500 is to figure out how to get paid for what you love to do," says Clyde Anderson, a financial lifestyle coach and CNN contributor in Atlanta. From bakers to personal trainers, social media marketers to jewelry designers, this article lays out how you can turn your passion into profit, for little start-up cost at all.