My partner Boomy Tokan and I released Entrepreneurship for Noobees. It’s the third in our series of business courses to help people wanting to get into online sales and marketing. (The others are Blogging for Noobees and YouTube Success for Noobees).
Starting up your own business can be challenging. You want to be sure it’s not a job that’s taking up more of your time than your old job did. And you want to be sure you’re treating it like a business instead of a hobby. That means you have plans and repeatable processes.
What’s It About
The course starts you off with identifying some important mindset issues. I put in a quiz to help you determine your risk tolerance. Some people are ready to jump in with both feet first. Others want to wade out.
Those who jump in should probably pause a bit to do some planning and research. I posted a cautionary tale about a bakery that closed after about nine months on my other site, Marketing Best Practices. Anyway, I wanted to be sure that I could help people who had the fire in their bellies to start their own business.
Those who wade in will need to identify when is the right time for them to commit to their new business. If they don’t, then it will always be just a hobby.
Why Should I Buy The Course
If you haven’t started yet, then this will get you going quickly with a solid foundation. If you’re struggling, you may need to step back and get some processes and planning in place. It helps to get your brain thinking about owning a business and not just a job or a hobby.
That and I have a special coupon link for you where it will only cost you $10. I know a lot of people compare it to the price of a cup of coffee, but I won’t. I’ll just say it’s only $10 with no risk. Plus, I really want your feedback. And I want to do a case study on you and how you turned your desire to be an entrepreneur into a successful business.
So click here to check out Entrepreneurship for Noobees for $10 during this introductory release.