Ok, so you've read "Getting Things Done", 4-Hour Workweek, Lean Startup, 7-Day Startup, and now you want to start your own business? Looking for help to get the "doing" part underway?
Haven't heard of any of these books but just HAVE TO start your own business this year?
Ideas for a business and not sure where to start?
Kicked things off but stuck with design, marketing, development, or how to monetise?
This group is for small business and startup entrepreneurs alike who have made the leap from Wantrepreneur and are now looking for help to build, finish, launch, market, or grow their Business.
Who this group is for:
If you have an idea, some skills or experience in whatever your niche is, and plenty of motivation to take action, then this group will help get you to where you want to go.
Starting a family business
Technology startup idea
Developer, but not business savvy
Business savvy, but no technology experience
Got a concept but not sure how to finish or launch it
Who we aren't:
This is not a bi-monthly-hangout-with-startup-types kind of thing. If you are looking for somewhere to hang out with entrepreneurial-types in the hope that someone will beg you to join their about-to-launch-tomorrow billion dollar startup, then this group is not for you.
This is not for those looking to get rich quick.
You don't need to be a business-guru, rockstar, or startup-lifer, but you do need to be ready to take action.
Why Join Us:
We are a group of doers who have started with nothing and built rapid startups on a shoestring.
Shoestring doesn't mean free, but get your idea up and validated quickly and you will save on wasting investment on something people don't want or won't pay for.
So come along, who knows.. you might find that developer, business partner, mentor, resource, tool, or strategy your business needs to get unstuck?
Or even get your business launched so you can finally take that leap!
Understanding that many people still have "jobs" to get to, we will try a couple of different times and formats to allow people to work around other priorities. After all, many of us are still "pre-leap"