How To Start A Business: Business Ideas To Success - Online Course
Do you want to start your own business but feel lost and unsure what steps you need to take? Then this course is for you.
Every entrepreneur feels the same when they are starting a business for the first time. From coming up with ideas, creating business plans, finding investors, raising money and starting with the correct fundamentals, This course will take you through every step involved in starting your very own business and lead you on your way to becoming a successful entrepreneur.
Be the end of this course you will no longer be a "wantapreneur". You will have taken the first, positive steps to success. And you will know exactly where you are and where you are going.
Please note: The legal and tax law information provided in this course is based on the USA system however most of the concepts can be implemented in most countries.
Section 1 - Business idea fundamentals
Lesson 1: How to brainstorm business ideas
Lesson 2: How to get feedback on your business ideas
Lesson 3: How to get industry experts to help you and give you feedback
Lesson 4: How to tell if an idea is good & cheap market validation of ideas
Lesson 5: How to pitch your ideas to investors or during any conversation
Lesson 6: 3 types of different risk you must be aware of
Lesson 7: What to do if you have too many ideas
Lesson 8: Different kinds of ideas & what you must be aware of with each
Lesson 9: Top reasons businesses fail & how to decrease chance of failure
Lesson 10: One of the most important videos - How to build momentum
Lesson 11: Abundance mentality to help you avoid stress & make better decisions
Lesson 12: My mistake of choosing a niche when I started as an entrepreneur
Section 2 - How to protect intellectual property
Section 3 - How to write a business plan
Lesson 16: What exactly is a business plan?
Lesson 17: When you need a business plan?
Lesson 18: What is a business model?
Lesson 19: How long should a plan be?
Lesson 20: The executive summary of a plan
Lesson 21: The product selection of a plan
Lesson 22: Product considerations for the real world
Lesson 23: The stage of your business
Lesson 24: Your market size section of the plan
Lesson 25: How to identify your target market
Lesson 26: The marketing plan section of your plan
Lesson 27: Your revenue stream
Lesson 28: Your founding or management team
Lesson 29: Your competition
Lesson 30: The cash flow statement
Lesson 31: Your unit economics
Lesson 32: Your previous funding
Lesson 33: How to calculate the gross profit, net profit and the bottom line
Lesson 34: How to calculate your company profit margin
Lesson 35: SWOT analysis
Section 4 - How to raise money
Lesson 36: Understanding how much money you need to raise
Lesson 37: Bootstrapping your business
Lesson 38: Raising money from loans
Lesson 39: Raising money from grants
Lesson 40: Raising money from investors
Lesson 41: Raising money from donations and crowdfunding
Lesson 42: Earning money from your own revenue
Lesson 43: Creative ways to raise money from future customers
Lesson 44: Creative ways to raise money by hosting events and workshops
Lesson 45: Funding your business from part-time or full-time work
Lesson 46: Website to find investors & best ways to contact those investors
Section 5 - Business registration
Lesson 47: Should you register your business
Lesson 48: How to register a business
Lesson 49: What is EIN & How to get an EIN
Lesson 50: What is an S corp
Lesson 51: What is a C corp
Lesson 52: What is an LLC and how it can benefit you
Lesson 53: What is double taxation and how to avoid it
Lesson 54: Doing business as yourself
Lesson 55: Why you need a commercial bank account
Section 6 - Bringing your idea into reality
Lesson 56: 2 sites to find technical co-founders
Lesson 57: 3 ways to do a great product launch
Lesson 58: Being first to market, pros and cons
Lesson 59: The lean start-up model with Eric Ries
Lesson 60: Customer development by Steve Blank
Lesson 61: How to choose a great name
Lesson 62: How to choose a great website domain name
Lesson 63: What to do if you have no experience
Lesson 64: How to set up your website quickly, cheaply, professionally and on your own
Lesson 65: Tips to learn to code on your own
Lesson 66: Increasing the lifetime value of a customer
Lesson 67: My strategy for how to handle hagglers and people who want big discounts
Lesson 68: How to increase your productivity
Section 7 - Case study of Alex's current business from idea to failures to success
Section 8 - Learn from Alex's mistakes and failures
What are the requirements?
- You want to start a business OR
- You are in the early stages of starting
What am I going to get from this course?
- You will know how to start a business
- You will understand what to do next at each step of starting
- Understand how to raise money
- Understand how to protect your intellectual property
- Learn how to get ideas, and what to do with them after you get them
- Get the benefits of 300,000 entrepreneurs who came before you, on whose experiences the curriculum for this course is based
- You will be able to write a business plan
- You will be able to better choose your niche
- You will be able to create a great strategy
- You will be able to come up with an intelligent business model
- You will know what pitfalls and mistakes to avoid which will prevent you from making common mistakes and save you lots of time and money
What is the target audience?
- First-time entrepreneurs
- People who want to start a business
- Entrepreneurs who have ideas and want to know how to turn them into a business
- 3 time best selling Amazon author
- Business Coach
- Over 50,000 students on many subjects
- Creator of popular entrepreneur mobile apps
- Host of popular business and marketing YouTube channel
Alex is a 3 time best selling Amazon author, creator of top entrepreneur mobile apps, and host of a popular business and marketing channel on YouTube.
Alex is also the creator of the Problemio apps which are some of the top mobile apps for planning and starting a business with 1,000,000+ downloads across iOS, Android and Kindle.
Alex is a Business Coach and on his apps and in his private coaching practice he have helped over 1,000 entrepreneurs.
This course is designed as a guide only and all students should take their own situation into consideration and seek advise of their financial advisors.
The owner of this website and the instructor(s) make no representations, guarantees or warranties as to the accuracy, completeness, or suitability of the information provided. In addition, the owner of this website and the instructor(s) specifically disclaims any and all liability for any claims or damages that may arise as a result of providing this course or the information it contains.
The legal and tax law information provided in this course is based on the USA system however most of the concepts can be implemented in most countries.