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Here’s all you need to know in order to start your own business

Here’s all you need to know in order to start your own business

As part of The New Paradigm Institute for Intergenerational Wealth, we will offer you periodic classes that will allow you the opportunity to improve your skill at wealth-building and entrepreneurship.  Most of the classes are affordable, and we strongly believe that, if you want others to invest in you, you must first show a willingness to invest in yourself.  

Most people in the black community fully understand that owning and running your own business is one of the keys to economic freedom.  But with that quest for freedom comes the fear of the unknown.  When you don’t have the know-how necessary to make things happen for yourself, you can end up feeling overwhelmed, confused and eventually drained of your motivation.

This class, offered for a reasonable price, can help you solve that problem before you even get there.  There is no better way to learn how to start your own business than to learn from someone who has done the job successfully already.

You can start your journey with this class.  Here’s more:

From the producers of over one thousand business building programs and creators of entrepreneurial educational videos with organizations such as Inc. Magazine, Black Enterprise, Business Week, The SBA, NFTE, Fortune and others, introducing:

Part 1 of 2 of a comprehensive, in-depth, and entertaining video series that mentors young entrepreneurs to starting and growing a business.  Our Young Entrepreneur’s Guide To Starting And Growing A Business series was carefully crafted into a rich 90 minute program from over 45 hours of content.

This section of the course begins with defining the entrepreneur within yourself, finding an idea to execute, executing the idea, and concludes with drafting a business plan.  Over 15 real world young entrepreneurs share their insight on these topics, acting as personal mentors to help you grow.  These entrepreneurs include Tony Hsieh of, Eric Ryan of Method, Scott Gerber of the Young Entrepreneur Council, Catherine Hughes of Radio One, and many more.  Featuring restaurant owners to billion dollar online retailers, this video has valuable information that any startup can learn from.

**Also included is a PDF-formatted 25-page guide and workbook that contains information and exercises to accompany our video program.  We recommend you utilize our customized workbook to get the ultimate valued experience from this course.

“…one of the most valuable programs I have experienced.  It engages and provides practical information from an incredible cast of real life business owners. ”

– Michael Simmons, Co-Founder and CEO of Empact

“This is the most powerful video series I have experienced.  It is a groundbreaking program that can be used by anyone interested in growing a business.”

– Steve Mariotti, Founder, NFTE, Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship

Click here for a Young Entrepreneur’s Guide To Starting A Business: Part 1




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