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NEW COURSE Secrets of a Successful Start-UP

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It is the symbol of the global dream. You have a moment of insight, withdraw your savings, staple a resignation note to the forehead of you boss and finally walk away from corporate madness to start your own company.

There is nothing more exhilarating than finally having control of your life and livelihood. Never again will you wake to an alarm clock with a groan, nor have that stomach-churning, Monday-morning feeling.

Every year more than 300 million people worldwide make this decision to start-up their dream.

So what type of company do these brave souls start? 80% of them are single-person companies, what the US census calls non-employer businesses, which means one owner/manager and no employees. Non-employer businesses are the backbone of any country’s economy.

Unfortunately, most of these pioneers fail to realize their dream. Half fail within a short time. Of those that survive 96% make less than $50,000 a year in receipts. That does not feel much like The Dream does it? When large companies fail the governments wheel out barrows of taxpayer's cash to prop them up. When so many pioneers fail in their own ventures the governments do, well... nothing.

It doesn't have to be like that. Statistics tell us that 82% of all failures are due to the same issue. I know what that issue is, and I know how to avoid it. This one bit of information is worth your purchase price alone.

My name is Trevor G. Blake, and I am here to help you start a business built on a winning idea and to help you survive the early cash-flow bumpy years long enough to hit a home run. What gives me the confidence to think I can make a difference to you? I am currently in the process of selling my third non-employer business. So what?

So, each was started with less than $500 and each sold for over $100 million. At one time I managed all three simultaneously and still worked less than five hours a day. It doesn’t make me Amazon or Google, but I never wanted to be like them. I like to sleep stress-free at night and walk my dogs during the day. I like to live a balanced life far away from any corporate madness. I also like to be wealthy and successful. I know how to set that possibility up for you.

What is in this for me? Nothing. All proceeds from your purchase go directly to cancer research and development. I do this because I have something to say. I am fed up of seeing small businesses fail for totally avoidable reasons. I am also a freelance investor. Somewhere out there are the next $100 million non-employer businesses and I'd like to own a piece of them.

This is a multi-media course that supports standard teaching with video and audio files through the following agenda.

• GET READY...

1. ABOUT THIS COURSE: Trevor G Blake

2. START-UP SPIRIT

3. START-UP MENTALITY

4. START-UP TRAINING (for free)

5. START-UP WINNING IDEAS

6. TGB Comments

• GET SET...

1. TURN A WINNING IDEA INTO A START-UP

2. BENEFITS OF INCORPORATING IDEAS

3. PROCESS OF INCORPORATION

4. TGB Comments

• GO!

1. TRANSITION TO HOME OFFICE

2. GETTING IT VIRTUALLY RIGHT

3. WINNING BUSINESS PLAN

4. BUSINESS PLAN PROCESS

5. PROOF OF CONCEPT

6. TGB Comments

 

• SURVIVING: CASH FLOW MANAGEMENT

1. SURVIVAL = POSITIVE CASH-FLOW

2. SURVIVAL = LEARNING FROM JOB

3. SURVIVAL = AVOID THIS COMMON MISTAKE

4. SURVIVAL = REALITY CHECK

5. TGB Comments

• SURVIVING: FUNDING

1. SURVIVAL = EXTERNAL INVESTMENT

2. PRESENTING TO INVESTORS

3. VALUATION

4. TGB Comments

• SURVIVING: HUB MODEL

1. SURVIVAL = VIRTUAL LEADERSHIP

2. VENDOR SELECTION

3. VIRTUAL OFFICE

4. TGB Comments

• SUCCEEDING: SUCCESSFUL OUTSOURCING

1. SUCCESS = OUTSOURCING

2. SUCCESS = NEGOTIATING

3. SUCCESS = AFTER THE CONTRACT IS SIGNED

4. SUCCESS = VIRTUAL FUNCTIONS

5. TGB Comments

• SUCCEEDING: COMMERCIAL PLAN

1. SUCCESSFUL MARKETING MIX

2. SUCCESSFUL SELLING: BENEFITS NOT FEATURES

3. SUCCESSFUL COMMERCE

4. TGB Comments

• SUCCEEDING: MENTALITY

1. SUCCESS = DECISIONS

2. SUCCESS = DISCIPLINE

3. SUCCESS = DO-IT

4. TGB Comments

CONCLUSION

1. The Beginning



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