Create Your Own 7-part Leverage Plan
Transform your new business by understanding the opportunities (and pitfalls) that are right around the corner. Seth Godin has learned these lessons the hard way, and in this entertaining (and useful) class, he'll share what he knows. Save time and avoid dead ends as you organize and grow your small business
This fast-moving class features hands-on, strategic and practical tactics every small businessperson ought to consider as she sets out to grow her business.
If you're going to put in the time and the money and the energy to turn your project into a business that matters, it pays to get these seven things right.
Author Seth Godin doesn't often get the chance to share this sort of nuts and bolts practical advice, and you're invited to join in...
The theme of this class is simple but surprising: You should build your business around ideas that work, as opposed to building a business and then insisting that the universe cooperate in helping you succeed. Seven simple concepts well understood can change everything.
What You'll Do
By the time you're done with this class, you'll have created a seven-part leverage plan. Not a boring business plan, this is your focused, detailed plan on how things that already work in the world will be put to work by you on your business.
This isn't a complete MBA and it's not focused on art or the resistance. What it is: a ready-to-roll 7-part top-level course for smart entrepreneurs and those that aspire to be.
It's fine if you haven't started your business yet, or if you have. The only prerequisite is curiosity and the willingness to help make a difference. (Experts will find something here too...)
For 39 years, I've been starting, running, and bootstrapping companies of all sorts.I started teaching at 14. I taught canoeing in northern Canada, computer science as an undergrad in ...
Seth's gift of clarity in walking us through the step by step process of defining your business plan can not be overstated in it's value. Truly game changing for any starter.