By taking this course you’ll learn and implement the A.C.T.I.O.N. Business Ideation Model, a streamlined process for you to monetize your knowledge as an entrepreneur or side hustle. You’ll also discover a turnkey approach for determining your service offering and attracting clients without using complicated funnels or cheesy sales tactics. And, instead of guessing what content what you want, I surveyed over 300 current or aspiring solopreneurs to determine what information would allow you to quickly start or enhance a revenue generating one person business. No more second guessing yourself, no more wasting time and money on lazy hacks that don't work.
- 1Determine your service offering and target audience
- 2Establish your pricing and promotion strategy
- 3Grow your personal brand through speaking and media opportunities
- 4Attract qualified leads who want to speak with you (No cold calling)
- 5Navigate sales calls without feeling salesy or desperate
- 6Stay in your zone of genius and avoid burnout by outsourcing
- 7delegating and automating repetitive tasks
- 8Complete your one page business plan and have a clear 90 day roadmap
Do you want the freedom and additional income that comes from entrepreneurship, but haven’t quite figured out how to make it work for you? In my experience, there are three common reasons why this happens.
Lack of cash. Lack of clarity. Lack of confidence.
While there are no hacks to success you’d be surprised at how quickly you can eliminate those barriers to entrepreneurship. The best part? You can do so without learning any new skills or setting up a fancy website.
You'll be able to complete the course in a weekend and start generating revenue in less than thirty days.
Terry Rice is a Business Development Consultant and Staff Writer at Entrepreneur magazine. His work is focused on advising professionals on how to launch or scale their knowledge-based businesses so they can get paid for who they are, instead of just what they do.
Terry started his consulting career at Adobe before moving on to roles at agencies in New York City and Facebook. As his family began to grow, he decided to leave the corporate world so he could spend more time with them, and other interests - including physical fitness and writing - that were more fulfilling.
As an extension of his work, he’s an instructor at both New York University and General Assembly. Terry has has also been a featured speaker at South by Southwest and Social Media Week.