Hey there guys,
Some time ago I made a video lesson on kickstarting a tech business. This was originally thought to help you raising capital for the first time, but at a certain point, it seemed clear that more important than raising capital is helping and guiding you through the process of creating that next unicorn; that next tech giant.
Many of us dream of having such impact in the world. However, the way you get there or, at the very least, the way you kickstart a business like that, isn’t always simple and clear. Truth be told, it is a complex and tough path that very few people manage to walk.
You see, we tend to have a mixture of doubts that you only see clarified with some sort of mentorship. Doubts like:
- Is it better to raise money so I can have a salary or should I simply get started and risk all I got?
- Should I start by developing the product or by finding customers? Is that even possible, by the way?
- What if the customers reject my product? What am I going to do?
- How do I know that the product I’m developing is actually wanted by the market?
- How can I be sure that raising money in the right way?
So, basically, here’s what I’ve done:
I’ve grouped a lot of information that I’ve been studying for years whether online or in my own experience as part of a Corporate VC, a product manager, and as an entrepreneur, and I’ve synthesized all that information in a 10-step straight line to kickstart a tech business.
We’re talking about TEN single and very clear steps that seem to be common practice between everyone who does this successfully.
And I put all these steps in a video lesson that you can watch for free.
STEP 1: Knowing the customer really well
STEP 2: Squeezing the Idea
STEP 3: The first signals of Traction
STEP 4: Funding the Development of the Product
STEP 5: Developing the first version
STEP 6: Solidify your hyper-local operation
STEP 7: Time to find investors
STEP 8: Preparing the Pitch
STEP 9: Meeting with investors
STEP 10: The Offer
But there’s a problem here:
Because this video lesson is Free and you can watch it whenever you want, you and the vast majority of the society typically end up delaying it forever or don’t take it too seriously because it is free.
So, if you’re SERIOUSLY committed to being successful in business, here’s what you’re going to do:
- Schedule a 1-hour time slot in your calendar to watch this video lesson
- RESPECT your calendar and actually do take the time to see the lesson
- And watch the lesson before you forget about it because this can be the lesson you’re looking for to start your tech business.
I hope you find it insightful, and remember: take action now.
I cannot stress this enough; block one hour of your agenda and invest in yourself. That single action will prove that you’re willing to do something that 99% of people won’t ever do:
Getting out of the “someday island” and achieving results.
Also, I’ll always be around, so if you have any question, feel free to shoot me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to have your feedback, so feel free to write me back anytime.
Thank you, and I’ll now leave you with the video.
Some images of the video: