Over 7 hours of learning
When we dream of starting a business it’s usually because we want the freedom of working for ourselves and the adventure of following our dreams and building something around our passions and talents.
But starting a business is like having a baby – it doesn’t come with an instruction manual.
There’s so much to do it can seem overwhelming.
No matter how many jobs you tick off your list there’s always something else to be done. And it’s hard to know where to focus.
Sometimes it can feel like you’re getting nowhere.
It’s all too easy to get distracted by the shiny fun things, when you really need to take care of some of the less sexy tasks.
But successful businesses don’t happen overnight. They take hard work, determination and drive.
I can’t change that for you, but my Guide to Starting a Business gives you a roadmap to help you focus on the right things at the right time.
You’ll benefit from my experience, advice and a lot of encouragement and support along the way.
“I really want my own business but I’m not sure what kind of business to start”
“I’m thinking of setting up a business and I know what I want to do” – product or service based, B2B or B2C
“I’ve started a business, but haven’t fully committed to it” – you might still be working full or part time in a regular job, or maybe you’re a mum or dad trying to build something while you raise a family.
“Ive started my business, but I’m finding it harder than I thought and there’s more to it than I imagined”
If you’ve ever said anything like that – this course is for you.
- How to find the right idea for your business
- How to test your idea quickly to see if there’s a market for it
- How to identify and target the right market for your business
- Setting the right kind of goals
- How to start marketing your product or service
- How to start using social media to promote your product or service
- Pricing what you do
- Building a brand
- Turning your goals into plans
- Testing your business model works
It also covers practical things around funding, legal issues and accountants.
If you complete the course and all of the activities – you should have everything you need to start a successful business.
You’re probably going to want to go back and repeat a lot of the activities in the course, as you develop your ideas and business.
There’s at least 7 hours of content and activities – most of it will be the time you spend working on the activities. Only you can do that. But my team and I will be there to support you every step of the way.
To make that possible we’ve set up a private Slack community just for students of my courses. That community is a direct line to me and my mobile phone. You can ask anything and expect an answer. Slack is much better than Facebook or LinkedIn groups because you aren’t surrounded by distractions and there are no adverts.
You can send me a direct message with any questions you have, but you can also benefit from the questions and answers other people are sharing.
We believe strongly in what we do and if for any reason you are unhappy with the course we will refund your money as long as you notify us within 14 days or purchase.
You can try the first chapter for free.