Start Your Own Business Workshop

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Presented by Total 360 Academy

Date: January 05, 2019

Time: 8:45 AM - 11:45 AM

Location:

Old Town Temecula

28693 Old Town Front Street, Suite #300

Temecula, Ca 92590

COST: $49.96

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Who Can Benefit From this Workshop?

Anyone who has ever dreamed about becoming their own boss. You do not need an MBA or even Business 101 - ALL you need is the right MINDSET.

The Mindset for Success

 

What Will be Covered in this Workshop?

In 2019 over 1 million new businesses will open their doors in hopes of generating success. Unfortunately , over 800,000 will close their doors within the first 12 months. Sadly, many of these businesses could have experienced success had they avoided three key start up mistakes. This interactive workshop will walk you through each of the three stumbling blocks while providing the tools needed to avoid them.

What are the three Business killers? Mindset, Viability, and Cash-flow

1. Mindset : The number one catalyst in success or failure is your Mindset.

In this module we will discuss what a successful Mindset looks like, evaluate your own strengths and challenges, then learn how to grow your brain and build the Mindset of a successful Entrepreneur.

2. Viability: Believing in your business idea is critical, but even more importantly - your customers must believes in your idea.

In this Module we will walk through the steps needed to determine the viability of your idea through market research technique, competitor analysis, identify your target audience through creating an avatar, and developing a marketing matrix.

3. Cash-Flow: Starting a new business can be similar to remodeling your home. It always take more money then you first expected.

In this module you will learn to complete a basic start up budget which will break down key areas, such as; legal fees, marketing, equipment, utilities, inventory, and don’t forget calculating taxes.

In addition, you will learn how to create Mind Maps of your ideas , as well as creating SMART GOALS with key actionable items to move you towards launching your own business.

*Participants are encouraged to bring their ideas into class for in class exercises and to develop a more personalized post-class action plan to take their business ideas to the next step. This class also includes exposure to one on one coaching should you choose to take you Idea to the actual launch of your business.

 

Your Instructor: Cheri Tillman

  • MBA Harvard Business School

  • 30 Years Business Experience

  • Business Owner

  • Operated For Profit and Not for Profit Organizations

  • Held Executive Position for $6 Billion Company

  • Certified Professional Business Coach

  • Certified Career Coach

  • Certified Life Coach

  • Certified Wellness Coach

  • Certified Longevity Coach

  • Currently Studying Neuroscience

Start building your dream business and creating your ideal future. If you have any questions please call our office at (310) 461-4107

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Key Tips to Developing Your Inner Entrepreneur


The Entrepreneurial Mindset -

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Some experts think of entrepreneurs as people who are willing to take risks that other people are not. Others define them as people who start and build successful businesses. Regardless of how you define an "entrepreneur," one thing is certain: becoming a successful entrepreneur isn't easy.

So, how does one person successfully take advantage of an opportunity, while another, equally knowledgeable person does not? Do entrepreneurs have a different genetic makeup? Or do they operate from a different vantage point, that somehow directs their decisions for them?

Though many researchers have studied the subject, there are no definitive answers. What we do know is that successful entrepreneurs/business owners seem to have certain traits in common.

·        Personal characteristics.

·        Interpersonal skills.

·        Critical and creative thinking skills.

·        Practical skills.

Most Importantly they ALL have an Entrepreneurial Mindset

What is a Entrepreneurial Mindset and do you have one?

A mindset is a fixed set of ideas that we all maintain about a certain subject. It determines how we will react to certain situations. For example, "I'm no good at languages so there's no point trying to learn French." With this attitude and state of mind, even if you were to try to learn French, how successful do you think you would be? The answer for most of us would be, very unsuccessful. We would have talked ourselves out of success before we’d even tried. And yet, many people successfully learn a new language. Why is that?

Successful and unsuccessful people do not vary in their abilities but rather vary in their DESIRES to reach their potential
— John Maxwell

Let’s look at these 10 qualities of successful entrepreneurs:

1.      Positive Thinking: No matter what happens, an entrepreneur can frame it in a positive light.  

2.      Learn from Failure and Move On: Entrepreneurs generally don't achieve success on the first try. But they try and try again. They're resilient and persistent.   

3.      Know the Moment to Give Up: Entrepreneurs also know when to stop pushing for something and wasting time and energy on a project that just isn’t working.

4.      Delegate to Others: They don't try to do everything themselves but reach out for help and designate tasks to those who are best equipped to do them.

5.      Love Learning: Entrepreneurs have a hunger for knowledge and new ways of thinking and embrace change.

6.      Take Risks: They are risk-takers, but not of random risks taken for no reason at all. The risks are calculated and considered.   

7.      Follow-Through: Entrepreneurs are always on the lookout for new opportunities, even when there is not necessarily an immediate result. 

8.      Remain Flexible: They are open to continuous change and improvement, and they are ready to adapt or change plans at a moment’s notice.

9.      Set Goals: People with the entrepreneurial mindset set goals as a way to focus on the future and motivate themselves forward. 

10.   Keep Good Company: Entrepreneurs surround themselves with other entrepreneurs, positive influencers, and like-minded individuals. 

As you went through these qualities of the entrepreneurial mindset, what did you think? Did you feel that some (or many) of them apply to you? Can you see areas where you could change or improve?

Don’t let your mindset interfere with your success.

If you believe you have nothing valuable to offer to anyone, then your negative mindset is going to prevent you from making a success of your business. What attitudes or beliefs do you have that could interfere with your success


Change Your Mindset and You Will Change Your Life

The good news is that your current mindset is not a blueprint for life. By taking a close look at your beliefs and asking important questions, you can change your mindset and set yourself up for success.

All successful people acknowledge the importance of having the right mindset in helping them succeed. Great athletes don't just have physical ability and training - they have the mindset to win. Renowned musicians don't just have talent and perfect pitch - they have the mindset to share their gift with the world. Pick up any book that tells you how so-and-so made two million dollars in their first year, follow their 'simple formula for success' and their strategies, and will you become successful? You might become successful, but many will not because they don't have the mindset of success.

Develop Your Entrepreneurial Mindset

Getting out there and acting like an entrepreneur will give you the challenges and learning opportunities that will transform your mindset.

What are some of the activities that you could use to cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset?

For example, you could:

What are some new skills you can learn and where can you learn them? Is there a particular risk or challenge your intuition is telling you to take?

Write down 3 actions you can take to help you to develop different aspects of the entrepreneurial mindset.

Do you want to learn more about starting your own business and becoming your own boss? Check out this amazing online “Start Your Own Business” course designed for all levels.

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Dreaming of Starting Your Own Busines?

Start With A Business Plan.

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What is a Business Plan and Why Do You Need One?

When many of my clients first think of writing a business plan, they envision a long, extensively detailed document with masses of data and financial forecasts. While that may be the requirement for people seeking outside funding, a startup business plan doesn’t have to be that complicated to be effective. Think of it as a blueprint for how you intend to build your dream business, so the plan can be as detailed or simple as you need,  depending on the complexity of your business. By mapping out your goals, action plans, and financials, you will significantly increase your chances for success. 

 Why create a business plan?

The most common use for a business plan is for new and existing businesses to get funding from a bank or loan organization. But regardless of if you intend to raise capitol or only operate your new business from your pocket a business plan is a critical first step. [G3]   I tell my clients to think of it as if they are planning a vacation.  First, you need to have an idea of where you want to go; then you need to determine how much money you will need.  Once you've completed these two critical steps, you should then start deciding what you will need to pack,  along with other pertinent details. Could imagine thinking you wanted to spend a few weeks in Maui on the beach but instead the flight took you to Wyoming, and when you unpacked your suitcase you have Bermuda shorts and a swimsuit to wear in the 30 below temps?

Sounds crazy but no more crazy than launching a business with no plan of how what, or where. 

I personally revise our business plan annually to get organized for the next year. It's a way of taking stock of progress, examining what's working, and laying out goals and plans for the year to come. Almost all very successful business owners will tell you that they create business goals and action plans on a regular basis, sometimes as often as once a month since markets can change quickly.

So  if you are considering starting a new business or finding that your current business is off track, a business plan will help you become more strategic, stronger, and more profitable.

What are the key components of a business plan?

Most business plans comprise of the following parts. If you are creating a proposal for a business loan, you'll need more precise requirements. But for small business planning purposes, these components should be sufficient.

1.  Description of your business model and target market. 

What kind of business are you implementing and who are your target customers?

2.  Unique Value Proposition. 

What do you have to offer that makes you different from everyone else? Why should people buy from you?

3.  Business goals. 

What are your specific, measurable goals that you want to achieve and when?

4.  Marketing Plan. 

What marketing strategies will you put in place and what is their timeline?

5.  Action Plan. 

What are the tasks you need to complete and when?

6.  Financial forecast and budget. 

How much is all of this going to cost on a monthly basis, and what kind of revenue do you expect? How long will it take to break even and make a profit?

 When should you create a business plan?

A business plan is a living, breathing document that will grow and change along with your business. When first starting a new business, your business plan helps determine if you have a sound, financially viable idea. At the beginning of each year, it helps you to plan out your goals and strategies.

However, remember that you need to revisit your business plan regularly. As market conditions shift, laws or regulations change, or you don't see the results you expected, it's time to adjust your plan. Use it as your road map and refer to it often as you plan each week, but don't let it restrict you.

 

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