Well, the best way to find a business. To me, all depends on your financial situation. There's always the option of having a yard sale to get rid of some stuff. That you no longer want anymore.
If you do not want to have a yard sale, then I suggest that you take those same unwanted items. To a local pawn shop in your area and just pawn them and get the money. Now if you have no other source of income.
And if you have a valid driver license then I would suggest driving. For Lyft or Uber for that matter to make some extra money. On the other hand, if you have a source of income through your job.
After paying all your bills and purchasing enough groceries for the week. Whatever money you have left put it to the side. Until you have all the funds, you need to join that business opportunity.
The last thing that you may. Have to do at the end of the day is find something that is more affordable. For you to get started in, of course, this is after you have done your due diligence on the company you're looking to join.
By all means, please make sure that you check for any signs of corporate leadership on the site of whatever company that you're seeking to join. Usually, you can find out about the leadership of the business on it's about us page. Once you know this information, you want to google any leaders that you find.
To see if they have any presence on social media. This information alone lets you know that there are real people behind that business. Now if you do not see anything.
In regards to whom. The leaders or the board of directors are of the company. Is typically a sign that that business isn't the business opportunity for you.