NOTE: THIS PROGRAM IS BEING COMPLETELY RETOOLED FOR RELEASE IN THE NEAR FUTURE!
Congratulations! You’ve come up with a business idea that’s such a no-brainer, it can’t fail!
So…do you know how to set it up so it won’t fail?
If you’re not quite certain how to handle the ins and outs of starting a new business, and if the idea of writing a business plan, securing start up cash, and figuring out what font to use on your business cards is kinda freaking you out…
Well, freak no more. You’ve come to the right place.
In Get Started, I cut to the chase and streamline the whole startup process for you.
I’ve been through this, remember. And I’ve learned lots of shortcuts, and free or very cheap ways to get’er done right.
From determining how your unique persona will work outside the PTA to realistic ways to make your business a joy for you and your family, Get Started gives you the push, shows you the direction, and translates all those foreign road signs for you along the way.
And I promise you this: You’ll “get it” in less than half an hour, because Get Started has sifted through all the time-wasters and gives you only – and exactly – what you need to know to build a kick-ass foundation for that bad-ass idea.
I’ve even included dozens of handy, direct links to the best business aides around (and they’re mostly free).
Get Started: The Aspiring Mom Entrepreneur’s Guide to Starting A Business
In this 35 page guide (includes PDF and Kindle versions), you’ll learn:
- What you need to include in your business plan – and what you don’t
- How to make the right calls on make-or-break points like entry barriers, business modeling and location
- How much (or little) money you’ll actually need to get going
- How to budget and who to approach for Said Money
- What to consider in your contingency plan
- How five Real Women run their own Real Businesses: Copywriter, Graphic Designer, Bookkeeper, Virtual Assistant, and Online Store Owner.
Before you know it, you’ll be a whiz at:
- Utilizing your personal motivations to keep you going through the tough times
- Getting your family to understand and support you.
- Prioritizing Business Mom, Social Mom, Family Mom, and Mom Mom – without any of them killing each other!
- Understanding the nitty-gritty of your home-business life while steering clear of mommy burnout
- How to set up your new business so it’s a lasting success
- Keeping your mind and body in shape through it all