How To Become An Entrepreneur

 

I've made millions of dollars since 2012 as an online entrepreneur. If you want to be an entrepreneur but you don't have a clue how to be one, watch this video and I will guide you how to become one. Stay Tuned!

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7 comments on “How To Become An Entrepreneur

  1. Daniel Iles Post author

    I have helped many business owners start from scratch and I’ve found that many take too little time to plan. Without understanding how much everything costs and where money can be made you are setting yourself up to fail.
    I have some videos on starting a business from scratch. It really takes a lot of consideration before starting!

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  2. Craig Anderson Post author

    Thanks so much John for sharing your wealth of information and experience to people like me who want to better themselves. Take Care, Craig

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  3. jerrydesu Post author

    So you figure out a problem to solve and see if there’s a market for it, then sell it. Another school of thought is to build a brand and a following and then once you’ve built that up, you sell them something. Any thoughts on this and if either strategy might be better than the other?

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  4. Clare C Post author

    Great content. The start-up community would likely say that they’re the real entrepreneurs but I agree, your skills are truly tested when you bootstrap and can create something from nothing. Plus a funded idea/business doesn’t necessarily mean it’s properly validated.

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