12 Things about finance that entrepreneurs need to know
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12 Things about finance that entrepreneurs need to know

Learn how to master your finances as an entrepreneur
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2.9 (4 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
3,649 students enrolled
Created by Adrian Nantchev
Last updated 9/2017
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  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • How you can do the work once and get paid forever.
  • A defence against shiny object syndrome.
  • Why ANYTHING will sell, and that there is a buyer for every product in the world.
  • Becoming competent talking about money.
  • Why buying in bulk is smarter than individually.
  • The real power that money has over you.
  • Why money is not the root of all evil.
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Requirements
  • A basic understanding of money.
  • Some monetary income targets/goals.
  • Understanding that money makes the world go round.
  • Wanting more for yourself.
Description

In this course, I talk about key facts and things that entrepreneurs need to know about money- because money is a very fickle thing and there are some things about it that everyone needs to learn.

In there you will learn:

  1. The real power that money has over you
  2. Why it is not the root of all evil.
  3. Buying in bulk is better than individually.
  4. The Custard tart principle.
  5. Creating more assets -endlessly!
  6. The right amount of times that you should do the work.
  7. What your should be focusing your energy on.
  8. Why entrepreneurs are underpaid in the beginning...
  9. Why you should brace yourself for money worries and more responsibilities.
  10. Understanding the old saying: any old rope.
  11. Being competent with money.
  12. The bigger the problem, the more you will be rewarded.

Course icon created by Gregor Cresnar from Noun Project.

Who is the target audience?
  • Entrepreneurs.
  • Those that are willing to expand their comfort zone.
  • Entrepreneurs that want to become remarkable.
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Curriculum For This Course
36 Lectures
02:11:16
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Introduction
1 Lecture 01:17
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Bulk power
2 Lectures 06:30
Why bigger is better
01:20

Just in time
05:10
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Increasing your assets
6 Lectures 26:55
Creating more assets
01:21

Being the rich uncle
03:19

The REAL glass ceiling
05:02

Going crazy
07:05

Sitting on a beach
05:23

Raising your standard of living
04:45
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What are you focusing on?
4 Lectures 12:33
What are you focusing on?
01:10

How chicken are you
05:37

Outsource before it is too late
03:29

Who are you turning into?
02:17
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You are working too much
8 Lectures 28:46
How many times should you do the work?
01:38

Avoiding the shinies
03:46

More than adequate
02:10

How to be professionally lazy
04:08

Being underpaid...
04:43

...And being overpaid
07:46

The long road
02:01

Entrepreneurs make it happen
02:34
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Keeping your slice of the pie
3 Lectures 10:00
Your share of the pie
03:15

No laughing matter
04:36

Be comfy being uncomfy
02:09
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Talking about money
3 Lectures 08:21
Talking about money
01:43

Financial Terms
04:31

Unbiased professionals
02:07
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Keeping track
1 Lecture 04:00
Keep track of your finances
04:00
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Any old rope
3 Lectures 06:29
There is an old saying
01:21

What will people buy?
01:39

Bricks
03:29
2 More Sections
About the Instructor
Adrian Nantchev
3.5 Average rating
9 Reviews
4,900 Students
11 Courses
Author, Entrepreneur, Investor and Hemp Advocate

Author, entrepreneur, investor and hemp advocate.

I have been in business as an entrepreneur since 2014 where I started my first business selling video game keys for Steam as a 3rd party retailer.

Everyone always told me that I learn very fast, that I am well articulate and that I would make a very good lawyer. So, I decided I would take what I can learn and do justice with it and share it with the world.

 Started Britain's weirdest business in 2015: potato in the post.

Wrote my first book in 2016 about psychology and the cognitive biases.

Jumped onto Udemy in August 2017 after recording my 20th episode of my podcast: Become Remarkable.