Building a Business That Works in 2 Weeks

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Enrolled: 5 students
Duration: 3 Hours
Lectures: 11
Level: Beginner

Starting a business can be very difficult. But growing a business is even more difficult.

Ready to take your entrepreneurial journey to the next level? Our self-guided boot camp gives you all the skills and experiences you need to grow your business from one level to the next without relying on others.

Take control of your time by taking lessons at your own pace and achieving your own goals without outside pressure or deadlines.

Our self-guided boot camp is a pre-recorded training that helps you use proven skills, techniques, and methodologies taken from MBA and entrepreneurship degree programs to enhance your business growth.

This course will teach you how to create a successful company from the ground up, whether it’s your first or your fifth.

Who is This For?

The self-guided boot camp is designed for new and aspiring entrepreneurs, business owners, business executives, managers, CEOs, and industry experts who want to grow their businesses but do not have time for live lectures due to their busy schedules.

What’s In It?

  • Full access to a digital copy of the Ultimate Enterprise Planner worth $98, including worksheets and spaces to plan business growth.
  • How to generate passive revenue streams to supplement your income with the greatest sales techniques.
  • The 5 stages of growth and other MBA level methodologies.
  • Cutting-edge market research strategies
  • Research Techniques
  • Data Analysis
  • SEO Techniques
  • 80 Lectures in total
  • 35 hours of content
  • Learn at your own pace.

Bonus Offerings

  • How To Schedule Social Media
  • Going LIVE without Being on Camera
  • Pricing psychology
  • Developing Customer personas
  • Reviving Your Business Model
  • Power Hours (Consultation)
  • Meditation Events
  • Mindfulness
  • Strategy
  • Product Development
  • Marketing
  • Website planning
  • Office Hours

All going for $1050 only!

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Product Categories
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This section of the Planner is a space for you to consider what category your product falls into, as well as the components that go into the creation of your product and where you will source them from. Examples of what to consider include categories such as convenience products, speciality products, emergency products and shopping products.

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βœ…πŸ“© Product Categories (Worksheet 6.1.1)
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Product Description
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Every product has a story and this is the space to begin tailoring it in order to entice and persuade customers to make a purchase. Consider the art of copywriting and how flavourful text can enhance the buyer experience while being clear and concise in what issues your product is solving for the customers. Get creative!

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βœ…πŸ“© Product Description (Worksheet 6.2.2)
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How Or Where Can You Test Business Model Assumptions
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Stress-testing your business model requires you to consider the platforms in which to do so, such as industry events, surveys, forums and blog posts. Using this page, you are able to consider the various methods in which to test your business model with the general public who are ultimately the deciding factor in whether they will turn into a customer or another person of value to your business.

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βœ…πŸ“© How Or Where Can You Test Business Model Assumptions (Worksheet 6.3.3)
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Who Do You Need To Form Partnerships With?
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βœ…πŸ“© Who Do You Need To Form Partnerships With? (Worksheet 6.4.4)
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Survey Planner
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Surveys allow you to gather important data on opinions and societal trends, and this page will let you plan out where your surveys will be delivered to, who will be surveyed and what questions you will be asking in order to paint a picture on the perception of your product and business.

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βœ…πŸ“© Survey Planner (Worksheet 6.5.5)
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Focus Group Planner
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A focus group is a small collection of individuals from a diverse background, and most importantly, completely random members of the public. Using this page, you will be able to consider which stakeholder groups your focus groups will hone in on as well as its composition and the questions that will be asked during the session.

 

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βœ…πŸ“© Focus Group Planner (Worksheet 6.6.6)
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Focus Group Resources
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This page is designed to have you consider the resources that go into crafting an effective focus group, such as who will be involved, the location, venue, travel cost, incentives and time frame for the session. You may wish to consider how to incentivise people to attend the focus group and make it worth their time and how to encourage their participation.

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βœ…πŸ“© Focus Group Resources (Worksheet 6.7.7)
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Extra Things To Consider
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No focus group is the same and they take on many forms depending on the context of your business, product and the questions you require the answers to. Extra things to consider for an effective focus group depends largely on your imagination and the scope of your research, but this page will give the opportunity to note down anything else you can think of that might be important for hosting your first session.

 

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βœ…πŸ“© Extra Things To Consider (Worksheet 6.8.8)
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Validation Data
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Validating your products and services is done through the collection and analysis of hard data gathered from the various research methods at your disposal in the digital world. This section of the Planner gives you time to think about the feedback you have received for prototypes/mock-ups and from focus groups, allowing you to make the necessary changes to your product or service.

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βœ…πŸ“© Validation Data (Worksheet 6.9.9)
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Compatibility Matrix
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The Compatibility Matrix is a tool to determine the compatibility of two or more entities to find the most logical and realistic outcome. In the context of running a business, the Compatibility Matrix allows you to analyse how well your product/service fits into the current market while considering the financial requirements of distribution and supply.

 

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βœ…πŸ“© Compatibility Matrix (Worksheet 6.10.10)
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Business Case
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Following the research methods covered previously in the Planner, this page allows you to build a business case outlining all of the validated facts you have gathered so far in order to bring more clarity to your venture. This is also an excellent opportunity to review the reasons for starting your business and the solution is selling to your prospective customers.

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βœ…πŸ“© Business Case (Worksheet 6.11.11)