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I’m excited to make an (early) announcement about our first business project in more than a year.
This project is all about helping people improve their business—or create a successful new one—by understanding why people buy, and what they really want.
If you’re just getting started, you can spend a grand total of $13 and pick up a copy of The $100 Startup, which now has more than 100,000 copies in print around the world.
For those who need help implementing the lessons or who want to go further, this upcoming project will help.
If you’re struggling to get a microbusiness project off the ground, or if you’d like to increase income in an existing project, there are only two problems you need to solve:
1. You need the right product or service. The selection of what you offer is critical. Some people are unable to succeed simply because they aren’t making something that other people want to buy.
2. You need to reach the right people. After you make something that people want to buy, you have to find the right people.
In a 12-month, systematic course, this new project will solve both of these problems. It’s essentially a sequel to the hugely popular Empire Building Kit, and it will be for anyone who wants to increase income while still remaining true to their values.
When I’m not flying around the world and visiting places like Yemen, I’ll be busy producing the course for the next eight weeks.To avoid bothering most AONC readers with the details, I won’t share a ton of info on our main newsletter list until it’s ready.
If you’d like to be one of the first to know—or if you’d like to help with a couple of surveys that will improve the curriculum—you can join a private mailing list for more details as the course is built.
There’s no charge to join this special preview list, and no obligation to purchase the course later. You can join the preview list by helping us out with a simple, 4-question survey.
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Wherever you are, I hope you’re doing well.