Most of us are raised on the stories of amazing businesspeople.
We hear about entrepreneurs and innovators, inventors and moguls, and are taught “you can do that, too!”
Our modern societies idolize entrepreneurs who break out of the mold…
…but we rarely get to hear about HOW they do it. And when we do get the whole story, it’s frequently all about how many times they failed before they finally got it right.
How they were living in their parents’ garage, or on a friend’s couch, or in a car until their Big Idea finally took off.
Now, most of us have responsibilities: pets, families, and mortgages to take care of. We can’t afford to take a gamble on whether or not this idea will work.
And so, afraid of failure, many of us end up working a 9-5 (or, increasingly, an 8-6) inside a cubicle, answering to micro-managers during the week, and only doing what we really love on the weekends—assuming we have the energy.
But so much has changed…
With the global shutdowns of the Coronavirus pandemic, the world’s workforce shifted.
Tens of millions of Americans left their jobs in what the news sites called “The Great Resignation.” Many of them turned their sights to entrepreneurship.
And that makes sense.
The internet has been around for a long time, but it has never before been so easily accessible – both from a consumption standpoint (it’s right there on your phone!) and from a production standpoint.
Setting up your own online storefront can be done in minutes now, without any special knowledge of coding, website development, or backend technology.
It’s also easier than ever to start small, which means that as long as you use a scalable and repeatable process, you can wait until you’re ready to grow – and keep yourself from spending too much time or money too early.
We can even test business models before we go to market, so we can be 100% sure that our big ideas will work without putting too much on the line.
Plus, we have so many examples of what does and doesn’t work to draw from, including proven methods that anyone can use to create and build successful businesses.
I also used to think I was all on my own when it came to starting my business.
But the truth is, new businesses are springing up everywhere, so you’re in good company making this smart step toward a better future.
Here’s how it happened for me…
I made a promise to myself when I was ten years old that I would write a book. Though it took me a few years, I finally achieved that goal in 2018. With publishing my book in 2018, I started my own business.
Initially, my business was focused on selling my book, promoting it with book signings, speaking engagements, and the like.
When the pandemic hit, like many other companies, I was forced to move my business online. This meant I would be selling my book almost exclusively though Amazon.
Trying to get your book noticed on that platform is challenging because of how many books are published each day. I quickly came to realize that if my business was going to survive, I had to pivot and add more facets to my business than simply selling my book.
Throughout my time in the online business space, I learned of “pre-selling” a product, whether that’s a course, a service, or something else. If you don’t sell enough of whatever you’re pre-selling, you don’t have to create it and can refund the money to those who purchased the presale (this doesn’t apply to publishing books, though).
In the end, I realized that I could use this information to test my business ideas before starting. I didn’t have to risk my (or my family’s) future.
So what else are the most successful business owners doing differently than most?
Well, a lot…
…but here are a few examples, to give you an idea about the building blocks of business success:
1. You don’t go all in right away.
Successful entrepreneurs know when it’s time to jump in with both feet, versus when (and how!) to test the waters.
2. You don’t fall too in love with an idea.
You might not get it right the first time, so you need strategies you can use in case you need to pivot to make your business successful.
3. You minimize risk.
Most successful entrepreneurs reduce risks as much as possible. It can mean the difference between a minor setback that you can bounce back from… or ending up living in your parent’s basement.
Of course, knowing about these aspects of entrepreneurship is a good first step, but to truly apply them, we need structure and guidance.
Now you could spend years learning through trial-and-error, or invest thousands in workshops to help you build these skills.
But there’s an easier way.
Inside this course, you’ll get the entire step-by-step process to bring a new business to market in the shortest time, with as little uncertainty as possible.
You’ll find out exactly what goes into building a successful business… how to come up with an idea your market will love… how to leverage what you already have available to mitigate risk… and much more.
With Minimum Viable Business, you’ll also discover:
With Minimum Viable Business: How to Start With Less Risk, you’ll have everything you need to know your business will be successful, before you go to market.
Minimum Viable Business includes insights from leading experts in the field, like entrepreneurial legends, technological innovators, top business mentors, coaches, leaders, and researchers.
Plus, you’ll get hands-on activities that you can practice in the real world. You’ll learn how to implement the ideas you learn, so that you can start your business with confidence as soon as possible.
Here’s what we’ll cover:
Lesson 1: Coming Up With a Viable Business Idea
Learn how to filter your business ideas, so you can discover the one that will not just make money, but also make you happy to get out of bed and get to work every day.
Lesson 2: Using Market Research to Sharpen Your Business Idea
Discover the secrets to creating a crystal-clear picture of your ideal customer, so you can easily find the people who want to pay for your big idea.
Lesson 3: Piloting Your Business Concept
The exact plan that will distill your business model into the least-risky version possible, and take step-by-step action to bring your big idea to life.
This course will also help you take action to finally become your own boss, make more money, or even change the world. With guided activities at the end of each lesson, you can quickly apply what you learn.
There’s no better way to safely start a new business.
You’ll also get a detailed plan that will show you how to keep your momentum going after you finish the course.
Everyone learns at a different pace, so you will be able to go through this course at a speed that works best for you, your business, and your brain.
Starting your own business might be the single most important step you take in your life…
Whether you want better hours, more money in your pocket, or to change the world with your big ideas…
Entrepreneurship can do all that, and more.
Imagine you could quickly know if your business idea was going to be a huge success, without risking tons of time and money, so you can be sure it’ll work …
It IS possible… and there is a proven way to get there.
Discover how inside “Minimum Viable Business.”
The investment to join is just
Over the course of a year, this comes out to just under $0.13 per day!
That gives you access to every lesson and all the implementation exercises (including worksheets and discussions!). You will also have access to the presentation slides.
Just ask yourself:
How much would it be worth to be your own boss?
To set your own hours, so you can spend more time doing what you love?
To make money with a side gig you love, or replace your current income entirely?
To know your ideas were changing lives, and helping people all over the globe?
Now is your chance to start your life as an entrepreneur:
Join Minimum Viable Business and give yourself the gift of a business you’ll love – your own.