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Whether you aspire to start your own business or are a serial entrepreneur, this entrepreneurship training offers real-world insights that can be put into action. Jason Nazar, CEO of Docstoc, shares important lessons learned over his career, first by working with new companies then on to starting his own successful business. From the early stages of vetting your idea and raising money to hiring the best team and continuing to grow your business, this training offers poignant insights from a real entrepreneur that can be applied to any business.
Jason Lawrence Nazar is the Co-Founder and CEO of Docstoc.com, which provides the best quality and widest selction of documents to start, grow and manage your small business and professional life. Jason is also the creator and host of StartupsUncensored, the longest running and most widely atteneded technology gathering in southern California, which regularily brings together thousands of entrepreneurs, techies and investors. Before starting Docstoc, he was a partner in a venture consulting firm in Los Angeles where he worked with dozens of startups. He holds a BA from UCSB and his JD/MBA from Pepperdine University, where he was the Student Body President of both Universities. Jason was named one of the "Most Admired CEOs in Los Angeles" by the LA Business Journal, but he's more proud of his three point shot and ping pong skills.
This is the powerpoint presentation used in 21 Golden Rules of Entrepreneurship presentation by Jason Nazar, CEO of Docstoc.
Jason Nazar, co-founder and CEO of Docstoc, revisits his undergrad alma-matta to tell about his journey as an entrepreneur and talk about his philosophy of the 21 Golden Rules of Entrepreneurship.
The first lesson is a reveresal on the old adage, "I'll believe it when I see it," which is not how great entrepreneurs approach their life.
A focus on the driving factor behind becoming successful.
Realizing how you can determine your level of success.
Jason explains the guidelines for selling anything.
Jason explains how the same energy is used for creating anything.
Jason helps to convey why you can exist in business without having a tangible product.
The ideas and basics to help you start a company.
Why it's important to have a stable of mentors to help you succeed in your endeavors.
Understanding the motivations for your actions and desires.
Jason details how a successful entrepreneur can sell an idea before selling an actual product.
A look at why it's more important to focus on the how rather than the what.
Jason explains the pitfalls most companies fall victim to when starting out.
Jason talks about the obstacles most entrepreneurs face when starting a company.
Demonstrating why it's more important to build and improve on existing products rather than trying to create something truly unique.
Jason discusses the ideas behind the book The Lean Startup, by Eric Ries.
Explaining why the most important thing an entrepreneur can use to sell is themself.
Jason discusses the ways to impress your customers and board members.
Jason talks through the correlations he makes with superheros and how he utilizes them with his employees.
Jason explains why it's benneficial to have one main focus above all others.
Jason finishes with explaining why you need to be confident in what you set out to do in order to succeed.
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Motivativ and helpfull Talk.
Very good. I learn something about start-up. I think the speaker didn't explain so much in detail though, but it is good after all. It is a good lecture if you want to start your company. Watch it.
He is an impressive salesman! Very impressive.
I was pleased by how insightful and engaging (and funny!) this course turned out to be. I would suggest anyone who wishes to soak up as much information and inspiration for starting a business check out this course.