What to expect when you want to become an entrepreneur
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What to expect when you want to become an entrepreneur

How to get started as an entrepreneur
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417 students enrolled
Created by Adrian Nantchev
Last updated 9/2017
English
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Price: Free
Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • The day to day life of an entrepreneur.
  • Why entrepreneurship is a long, hard road, but it is worth it.
  • How to become the person you want to be.
  • Defining your purpose.
  • How to create opportunity (money) from thin air.
  • Why you have always got to be learning and curious.
  • The story as to why I became an entrepreneur.
  • The mistakes that I have made in my first business.
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Requirements
  • You should be an entrepreneur.
  • You should be an wantrpreneur..
  • You should be an intrapreneur.
  • You should not take this course if you do not dare to expand your comfort zone.
  • You should not take this course if you do not want to become remarkable.
Description

2014 is when I officially started as an entrepreneur, and since then I have achieved a lot, made a lot of mistakes and worked with mentors. People always come up to me and tell me that I am a good speaker and that I learn fast and a lot, so I decided to do my ideas and knowledge justice and share it with the world.

In this free course I talk about:

  1. You need to know what you are getting yourself into as an entrepreneur.
  2. I share my story as to why I become an entrepreneur.
  3. Explaining the day to day life of an entrepreneur.
  4. Explain the struggle/hardship that entails being an entrepreneur.
  5. I share my story about how my first business plateau.
  6. Understand why you want to become an entrepreneur. Understanding your why.
  7. Explain my purpose and the story behind Become Remarkable.
  8. Why having a purpose is so important, it is sticking to a certain principle and goal!
  9. Being and entrepreneur It is a long hard process, it is not straight forward or easy- but it is worthwhile!
  10. Why you have got to always be learning. Endeavour to create time to sit, think and research because distractions get in the way of thinking clearly.
  11. How to identify opportunity from thin air, as it is a process and system.

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Who is the target audience?
  • People that are thinking, and wanting, to become an entrepreneur.
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Curriculum For This Course
13 Lectures
01:16:46
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Introduction
13 Lectures 01:16:46
Introduction
02:32

You need to know what you are getting yourself into as an entrepreneur
02:57

My story as to why I became an entrepreneur
06:11

The Day-to-day activities
08:25

The struggle and hardship
04:31

Game Overload and my first business plateau
06:54

Why have you decided to become an entrepreneur
07:06

Why you need a mission
01:14

What my purpose is
03:27

It is a long hard process, nor is it stright forward
09:41

You have got to always be learning
09:53

Create opportunity from thin air
06:14

Further reading and what is next
07:41
About the Instructor
Adrian Nantchev
3.4 Average rating
7 Reviews
4,577 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.