"Great Mentor, and also the good method of teaching. I am a 16+ kid from India and I was looking for the way that could help me get some basic awareness about starting a business and the responsibilities of an entrepreneur. Got some extra info regarding marketings and steps to follow to reach out the correct audience. What to do and what not and even got to know more about the personal point of views from a bunch of successful persons. Overall: A quick course and very helpful for getting the rough ideas and guideline for becoming an entrepreneur."
"Good information and very motivational. Once I started I couldn't stop till I watched all of them."
This course is designed to simplify the best practices of entrepreneurship so you can understand the small steps to take to turn your dreams into business reality.
Understand the art of productivity, time management and original thinking!
Hear from some of today's most successful entrepreneurs!
In the course you will learn how to avoid 'fishing' for your customers and instead, create targeted and relevant ads. There are productivity hacks and simple rules for success. You'll even benefit from a number of real life multi millionairres who share their best practices for being an entrepreneur.
From understanding the basics, through to learning simple techniques, you will leave this course ready to embark on your own small business adventure.
I designed this course to offer you an easy to follow, comprehensive guide to becoming an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurship is a topic that can be made complicated very quickly. This is why I have prepared slide presentations with a running commentary, so you can enjoy the visuals and explanations that go with them.
I hope you enjoy learning the basics, and I look forward to connecting with students who have any requirements or questions.
Why 'workaholics' have put an end to innovation and creativity.
Sometimes it's the problems we deal with everyday that make the best business ideas.
Hear from Professor Cal Newport about why it's important for us to think long and hard about pursuing a business or career for passion purposes.
Sometimes knowing what you don't want to do is enough..
Hear the business advice from a man who built up his own media agency before selling it for over £100 million and taking over Crystal Palace Football Club.
Richard Wilkinson, co-founder of Doisy & Dam, discusses how they react to customer criticism and the importance difference between having passion for your business versus 'blind passion'.
I'm the founder of the small business podcast 'Breaking Biz' which delivers weekly episodes to over 10,000 subscribers.
My professional background lies in advertising and marketing where I specialised in Digital Media, helping clients with their overall strategy and digital output to increase revenue, customer satisfaction and brand awareness.
Since setting up Breaking Biz, I've interviewed over 150 international entrepreneurs and have packaged up the hours of conversation into an easily digestible format. It's thanks to this new professional network that I've been able to become a full time consultant.
You can sometimes find me travelling around Europe, or (slowly) developing new shows here in London.
I hope you enjoy my courses, and I look forward to hearing your feedback.