7-Steps to a Successful Startup
7 Steps to a Successful Startup
Will Your Big Business Idea Boom or Simply Burn Up Your Bank Account?
Find Out BEFORE You Waste Years of Effort and Thousands (or Millions) of Dollars
It took me two decades to acquire the knowledge I put in this eBook, but I am giving it away FREE for a limited time.
Why am I not charging for this information? After all, if you wanted to hire a qualified consultant for your new business, it would cost you hundreds of dollars an hour!
Let me tell you why I want you to have this book at no charge: I have seen literally hundreds of good, honest, bright people waste years of their lives and hundreds of thousands of dollars pursuing ideas that had no chance of succeeding. I don't want you to be next.
Even if we never do business together, I'm confident that this book will help you.
What Difference Experiences Can Bring You
Excitement and enthusiasm are important while starting a business. They will carry you through the long hours, unexpected setbacks, and financial strains when starting out. But there is no substitute for experience.
The way I see it, there are two ways to get experience:
- Learn from your own mistakes
- Learn from someone else's
Many new entrepreneurs choose to gain experience “on the fly” as they build their new businesses. They undoubtedly gain experience, but at what cost?
Think about it. You will invest a tremendous amount of time and effort into making your business successful. Most people commit anywhere from one to three years of their life to starting a business. The toll starting a new business can take on your health and relationships shouldn’t be underestimated.
And personal financial investment… well, that just comes with the territory. The cost of being underemployed during this period alone can total several hundred thousand dollars. And that's in addition to your actual hard costs, including equipment, salaries, and fees.
You might make it flying solo, despite the odds. But if your business fails, it's all been wasted - unless you learn from your mistakes and create a stronger business as a result. Either way, that's a high price to pay for experience that is readily available elsewhere.
What Price Do You Put on Experience
What if you could know whether your idea might work or not… before you ever started?
Wouldn't it be great to strip away the uncertainty that comes with unfamiliar ground? That's the benefit of experience.
Starting a business is like a long-distance road trip. Experience gives you the tools to help you complete the trip successfully.
Before you ever get on the road, you need to have a reliable vehicle. You'll need a map to make sure you travel in the right direction. You're going to need fuel along the way. Once in a while you should take a break, get some rest, and check under the hood before getting back on the road. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, you want to select agreeable passengers to bring along with you.
I have seen literally hundreds of good, honest, bright people waste years of their lives and hundreds of thousands of dollars pursuing ideas that had no chance of succeeding. I don't want you to be next. Don't wait! The information inside this book is life-changing. Get my 7-Steps to Successful Startup today, and I will also include my success and failure during my entrepreneurship.
7 Steps to a Successful Startup