14 Reasons why entrepreneurs consistently fail in business
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14 Reasons why entrepreneurs consistently fail in business

Because learning from others' mistakes is what smart people do.
3.3 (2 ratings)
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Created by Adrian Nantchev
Last updated 9/2017
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  • 4 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Why learning from others' mistakes is important.
  • How to find/discover your passion(s).
  • Why your business needs to be 10x better than your opposition.
  • Why being persistent is important in business.
  • How the wrong pricing can affect your business.
  • The importance of mentors.
  • Some tips on time management.
  • How to overcome analysis paralysis.
  • 4 kinds of products to sell as a business model.
  • LARCSS and understanding your customer's psychology.
  • The REAL power that money has over you.
  • Why money is not the root of all evil.
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Requirements
  • You should be an entrepreneur.
  • You should not be worried about expanding your comfort zone.
  • You should not be too proud to listen to others.
  • You should not be too sensitive to hearing about potential mistakes that you are making.
  • You should want to become a remarkable entrepreneur.
Description

14 Reasons why entrepreneurs consistently fail in business range from time management, to how to have a business that is 10x better than your opposition and how to discover your passion and what you believe in and stand for.

These 14 reasons are all from the trenches and from the real world- they are not theory, but practise and that I have had to uncover the hard way.

Other lessons include:

  1. Understanding yourself. 4 questions to ask yourself in order to discover what you are passionate about and what your purpose is.
  2. Growing as a person and doing self development. Why self development is important for your business.
  3. Wrong pricing and how it affects your business. People are rather price sensitive and will want good value for what they have paid for - quick tip: you get what you pay for.
  4. How bad timing can affect your business launch. Timing is important for business, and by getting it wrong can affect everything!
  5. How a bad business model can be fatal, and what to do about it. Do not do what I did in my 2nd business where I am only selling one kind of product...

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Who is the target audience?
  • Those that want to get head in business.
  • Those that recognise they need to learn from others' mistakes, so as to avoid them.
  • The person that wants to become an entrepreneur.
  • When you know that entrepreneurship is the way forward.
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Curriculum For This Course
40 Lectures
04:06:49
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Introduction
1 Lecture 00:36
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Not understanding who you are
6 Lectures 51:43
Understand yourself, who you are and what you want
05:12

Too many distractions can result in not knowing yourself
08:47

The top 4 questions
14:04

Growing into the person you want to be, and personal development
08:37

You don't know what you don't know.
07:35

Learning and being curious
07:28
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Being Persistent
4 Lectures 20:28
Being Persistent
03:31

You do not know how close you are to success until you quit
01:59

Not being long term focused & having a long term view
07:39

Experiment with different things and methods for success. Try and try again!
07:19
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Pricing and value
2 Lectures 17:21
Wrong pricing
11:07

Provide 10x more value than your competition can
06:14
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Overlooking money
2 Lectures 22:33
Misunderstanding Money
04:27

No power over you - be indifferent towards it
18:06
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What is the purpose of business?
2 Lectures 15:46
Misunderstandings about business and its purpose
05:52

Money over Profits Give people what they want first
09:54
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Why your time is vital
4 Lectures 21:43
Time Management
05:39

Be productive, not busy
04:49

Value your time
05:32

Get an assistant
05:43
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Others do not start
5 Lectures 20:40
They don't start
06:28

Better life
01:49

Analysis Paralysis
01:55

A cure for shiny object syndrome
05:37

Foolishness is the precursor to greatness
04:51
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When the clock is against you
2 Lectures 06:53
Bad Timing
01:09

Inflection Points and Trends
05:44
5 More Sections
About the Instructor
Adrian Nantchev
3.4 Average rating
7 Reviews
4,589 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.