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Taking The Risk Out Of Entrepreneurship

Podcast featuring Jim Beach, co-author of School for Startups.

You want to start your own business and you have a killer idea but something’s holding you back: Risk.  Don’t scale back your dreams. Instead, cut back the risks!

Whether you have $1,000 or $10,000 stockpiled,  you can start a business on without getting in over your head.  Listen to Entrepreneur Addiction Podcast #9 for an interview with Jim Beach on how to remove those startup risks and grow a successful business.  Join Jim Beach as he discusses with Entrepreneur Addiction hosts Don Bischoff and Patrick Wiscombe key topics, whys and hows of entrepreneurship, including:

  • Steve Jobs broke entrepreneurship for most of us
  • Remove the risk by making money first
  • Remove creativity
  • Ideas are cheap
  • Don’t look for a job, start a company
  • Creating multiple income streams
  • Do your job poorly and get fired
  • Don’t kid yourself, you’re expendable
  • Build your business slowly
  • Zero risk business ideas
  • Adding value to your email marketing
  • The 18-second elevator pitch
  • Be passionate about the right things

Podcast courtesy of Lendio

Jim Beach is a serial entrepreneur director of education at The Entrepreneur School and founder of International Entrepreneurship.

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