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udemy coupon march 2015 | How I Create $10MM+ Startup Ideas

udemy coupon march 2015 | How I Create $10MM+ Startup Ideas
How a serial entrepreneur comes up with ideas, builders upon them, filters out the bad , & researches the great ones.



Course Description

Inspirer Mike Stemple, an expert at ideation, innovation, startups, and brand creation, who has built over 20 companies that have grown to be worth $100+ million, for the first time is revealing all the tips, tricks, hacks, and processes he used, and still uses, to rapidly grow an idea into a full fledged business. A sought after speaker and an award winning mentor Mike’s teaching style is to the point, based on REAL world experience and at times humorous in his candor and life lessons. Along with his video lessons Mike is sharing his treasure trove of cheatsheets, templates and how-to guides that he has himself built over a 20 year successful career. These documents by themselves are worth thousands of dollars and they are included with each relevant course.
Mike is known as a master-ideator and consults with large companies that want to learn how to fill a white-board with awesome ideas. For the first time Mike is revealing his ideation process and including his cheatsheets and templates that will enable you to rapidly vet an idea and think laterally and vertically into areas that might prove to be more lucrative.
Questions covered are:
Ideation
  • What is a good idea?
  • How do you come up with good ideas?
  • Does passion matter with ideas?
  • How can you tell what you are passionate about?
  • How do you translate your passion into one or more business ideas?
  • What basic tools should every Founder have from the start?
  • What tools should Founders use to develop their ideas in the beginning?
  • How does being a Founder align with personal goals, objectives and vision?
Research
  • What research can you do to validate or to kill an idea?
  • Does the market that you choose matter?
  • What are good markets, and what are bad markets?
  • Do competitors matter and why?
  • How do you define your competitive landscape?
  • How do you determine the key assumptions of your business?
  • Can key assumptions be tested?
  • What are tactics to test key assumptions when you just have an idea?
  • How do you identify and interview potential customers?
  • What are some tactics for effective surveying?

What are the requirements?

  • Courage, gumption, and a willingness to ask questions.
  • Strong desire to becoming a successful entrepreneur and innovator.
  • Passion and enthusiasm for learning.
  • No prior knowledge required.
  • You are in the very early stages of starting a business.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 36 lectures and 6 hours of content!
  • Evaluate good ideas from bad.
  • Understand effectual action and why it is a great predictor of a startups success.
  • Understand effectual action and how it is a great tool for the new entrepreneur for picking ideas.
  • Understand the difference between effectual action and Lean Startup.
  • Identify the 7 stages an idea grows through and what needs to happen at every stage.
  • Fill a whiteboard with amazing ideas generated by the I.D.E.A.T.I.O.N. process.
  • Identify trends and how they are indicators for potential new markets and ideas.
  • Use trends to generate ideas.
  • Use the Q-Chart process to generate vertical and lateral ideas.
  • Use Idea Narrowing to make an idea sharable with others.
  • Understand how a successful entrepreneur does research and what process he uses.
  • Go on a market research tour of local retailers and what to look for.
  • How to become a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in any industry.
  • How to research a physical product.
  • How to leverage Kickstarter as a research platform for new ideas.
  • Identify research false positives and negatives.
  • How to find potential competitors and failed startups in your market.

What is the target audience?

  • Anyone who wants to build a solid foundation for a successful startup.
  • First-time entrepreneurs.
  • Entrepreneurs starting and growing a business.
  • Full time employees considering building a startup.
  • People who want to start a business.
  • If you want to learn the secrets of how a repeat successful serial entrepreneur does/did it.
  • Entrepreneurs who have a business idea and want to know how to build upon it.