The Successful Entrepreneur 10 New Rules of Entrepreneurship
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The Successful Entrepreneur 10 New Rules of Entrepreneurship

The Complete Guide To Entrepreneurship With The Principals To Guide Your Way To Success
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Last updated 2/2016
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What you'll learn
  • Inspire entrepreneurs to start their own business
  • The most important new rules of entrepreneurship
  • How to go into business with little to no money
  • The desire to take action on their dream

Last Updated: February 4th 2016

I've been a full time entrepreneur since the age of 24 when I quit my IT engineering job making over $70,000 a year to pursue a music career.

I sold hundreds of thousands of albums in the music industry starting my own record label and decided to invest in real estate after reading the book Rich Dad Poor Dad.

I continued to have success becoming debt free in 2015 with no loans, mortgages or lines of credit anywhere in the world.

I have now built a successful online business generating thousands of dollars every month including my other businesses that are running without me.

The biggest obstacle I had to face was fear and overcoming the doubt in my mind that said "I couldn't do it".

There has never been a better time for us as entrepreneurs to start a business solving peoples problems and turning a profit.

The key is you just have to start!

This course takes you step by step what it takes to become a successful entrepreneur teaching you the new rules of entrepreneurship.

You will be motivated, challenged and encourage to take action in this course.

There is no sugar coating it or magic pill that is going to make you rich over night.

You have to put in the time and work to make your dreams a reality.

This course will help get you there but it is YOU that is going to make the difference.

Never give up!


Who this course is for:
  • Coaches, Artists, authors, speakers, marketers, or advertisers interested in starting a business
  • Entrepreneurs & those in a 9 to 5 looking for inspiration to start their business
  • People that have been procrastinating on their dream
Course content
Expand all 23 lectures 01:36:59
+ Start Here: Entrepreneurship Road Map
6 lectures 27:34

An entrepenuer is a problem solver. You don't look at what business to start, you look at what problems you can solve. Every item in our house that we've purchased was bought because it solved a problem.

Preview 03:04

It doesn't matter your age anymore. The only thing that matters is your idea and willingness to take action.

Preview 02:50

Many people start but give up before they get that breakthrough. They step out of line before there name is called.

Preview 05:34

When financial pressure hits, things fall apart. Do you retreat or do you stand your ground. Do you keep your word or do you forfeit your reputation. My here Peter Daniels said even if he went broke today he'd be in business tomorrow because of the contacts and he still had his reputation so people would still want to do business with people.

Keeping Your Reputation In Tact Even Under Pressure

a man without a goal is like a ship without a rudder

Goal Setting

3 Reasons why Entrepreneurs fail

1) Quit to early - Step out of line right before there name is called.

2) Burn Out - don't delegate

3) Cashflow - Don't watch the books enough and manage the money reserves

3 Reasons Why Entrepreneurs Fail
+ 10 New Rules Of Entrepreneurship
10 lectures 43:07

Sees what other people can't and never lets a crisis go to waste. The word crisis in chineese has double meaning of danger and opportunity.

Vision - An Entrepreneur Must Have Vision Seeing What Others Can't See

Peter Daniels: a dream or goal that is bigger then you are. Having a cause to fight for. More then just money. Family helping people. Giving back and seeing lives impacted.

Highly Motivated - Is motivated all the time

a double minded man is unstable in all his ways. A single minded man is stable in all his ways. This will solve the problem of why you have projects there are 80%, 50% & 20% finished. Example: I have a list of goals that I want to get done this year: An Album, book & courses written. I put all my thrust and effort into one at a time until its done. If I try to juggle all those at once I find I get know where. So I have blocked time in my year for each goal. That way while I'm working on one task I'm not distracted by the other. There will always be shiny objects that come up trying to get your attention. Learn to ignore them.

12-24-36 month calendar -

Focused - The successful entrepreneur knows how to focus on one task at a time

Entrepreneurs solve problems. The famous Zig Ziglar quote. If you can just help enough people get what they want you can get what you want. This comes down to helping people solve there problems. Example: Need there furniture moved, design for a website, marketing plan, entertainment. The bigger the problem you solve and more value you bring to the market. The higher your pay.

Solves Problems

The Successful Entrepreneur doesn't trade his time for dollars but rather invests the time once and continues to get paid over and over again.

Time Is His or Her Most Valuable Asset

The more you insulate yourself from risk the more you insulate yourself from success. Quitting my job was scary. Starting a new venture seemed risky. Buying a home and renting it out to tenants might not work out. Most things we worry about never come to pass.

Risk Taker - An Entrepreneur takes risks without losing his shirt

The successful entrepreneur knows how to handle pain and the pressure of success and failure. Sleeping at the side of the road. Couldn't afford hotel. Rejection. People not purchasing or not even responding. or the worst Silence. You have to be willing to go through the pain arena and become a fighter. "a Fighter isn't someone who never fails, a fighter is someone who never quits."

Handle Pain

Everyone loves to follow an enthusiastic leader. It's contagious and if your not excited about your entrepreneurial endeavor or business how can you expect other people to be either. I have a friend who runs a massive non-profit out of California and every time I'm around him he's sharing the vision of what there doing. I get so stirred up around him I can feel my heart beating.

Enthusiastic - The successful entrepreneur is enthusiastic about his assignment

The difference between the rich & the poor are the rich invest what they make first and spend what's left over. The poor spend what they make first and invest what's left over. Same thing with the Entrepreneur. He or she invests his money first in the venture, business or education developing skills and talents.

Invests His Money & Spends What's Leftover

There's a book by Seth Godin called the Dip. Knowing when to quit and knowing when to stick. But sometimes as entrepreneurs we just need to pivot. Change course a little bit, adjust to the constant changing circumstances. Losing a team member, changing suppliers, event being cancelled, everything falling apart. Are you able to think on your toes and switch things up. King Solomon - Even though a righteous man falls down 7 times he gets up and goes again.

Pivot & knows when to get out when circumstances change
+ Raising Funds
2 lectures 07:08

Crowdfunding is a great way to raise funds and get paid for a product before it's even released.


Banks will negotiate. When borrowing always ask for more then you need. Build relationships. Mortgage broker

Bank Lending
+ Businesses To Consider Building
3 lectures 14:54

Digital Products - Ebooks, Audio Books, Online Courses, Podcast, Art, Music

Online Business

Product Based Business- STRGHT example with Strght, Melanie with Vision City. I sell T-shrits, hats,

Product Based Business

Selling on commission will transform your brain to start thinking differently. It will challenge you and it will help you to rise above mediocrity.

Sales Stories: Les Brown - door to door sales - would you like to buy a no money down color television?

Sending out emails & following up with cold calls.

Selling On Commission
+ Bonus Lectures
2 lectures 04:16

Books I Recommend You Read For Further Education

You meet the same people on the way up you do on the way down. You never know when you might need someone's help in the future. Don't be a jerk, instead be compassionate.

Be Kind To People