I'm launching a business this fall and there is a lot to do, but I'm thinking about taking a quick business class as well. While I'm great at learning by doing, I do appreciate formal classroom education. Is it worth it to take the course? As a new entrepreneur and first time business owner, how do you learn?

There are a lot of great resources about running a business on trusted sites like, the Small Business Administration, and countless (countless) other advisors and experts publishing their advice for free.

Additionally, is PACKED with fantastic content available for $19 per course if you sign up on one of their deals.

Another source of information is to approach a business mentor, someone who has "been there, done that" and made all the mistakes along the way. I have a blog post that covers how to approach a mentor (LINK: ).

Running a business is often made more complicated than it actually is.

Find a need.
Talk to prospective customers.
Fill the need.
Rise & repeat.

I'm happy to help more, just reserve some time here on Clarity and we can get your well on your way to launching your first successful business. =)


Answered 7 years ago

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