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> sales (converting visitors into buyers) > marketing (getting noticed, bringing interested people to the point of having a buying conversation with you; includes everything from email campaigns to events) > display design (merchandising, eg. water bottles) > training/coaching (how you run a clas...

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Start of by using a site like udemy (https://www.udemy.com), they are a platform for creating online courses and handle payments for you. They may have some users who are in your sector. It sounds like finding 'customers' is your main issue. There is no panacea here, the approach you've take...

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Hi Awan I founded and managed (for 5 years) a legal and business entrepreneurship program at a leading university. I also created a unique course on entrepreneurship (how to set up a startup from zero). I less focus on internet marketing, but cover all th rest. Let me know if you want to talk. ...

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Everything you do (in life and as an entrepreneur) should start with an underlying passion. If you aren't pursuing the things you're most passionate about, you're doing it wrong (or just for the wrong reasons). IMHO. So in that regard, I'd highly recommend reading Simon Sinek's "Start With Why"....

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If you're bootstrapping, pay yourself less and re-invest in the company. If you've raised money, then pay yourself average salary as you aren't subsidizing and getting more stock (for the $$) as an investor would - so once you raised, then it's a shared risk - don't make the financial subsidy a ...

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I am an entrepreneur without a single degree or certification to my name. I'm certainly not anti-education (in fact, I've taught some university classes), but higher education wasn't the path I chose. My question for you is: what type of learner are you? I learn best when I'm self-directed, st...

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Take half the money and start a business, it will likely fail. You will also learn a great deal. Take the other half of what you would have spent on university and start your next business. You will have a better outcome. I spent 10 years after getting my BBA degree un-learning what I was tau...

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Hello: That first toehold in the market can be the toughest to get. Especially when you’re working two sides of the street. Validating your idea is essential, but that means you’re in a listening phase more than a selling phase. Don’t simply write a blind email or two and wait for a response. You...

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Have you thought about social media (i.e. twitter?) I rely upon twitter for feedback on a regular basis. Another option is to create a targeted list of the 500 people/organizations you specifically want feedback from and send out via email, though as we all know the response rate on something lik...

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Yes, it's foolish. People can disagree about how much value there is in a MBA, but that's not the point. You've identified two targets - being an entrepreneur and building out your network. Go straight for the jugular, not some round about way through school. Want to build your network? Take hal...

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