Watch a four-minute video introduction to ‘The Focus Program’.
The Truth About Entrepreneurship – Six Minutes to a New Perspective
Here’s What You’ll Learn:
- The various ‘types’ of entrepreneurs and where you fit on that continuum
- Why discovering your entrepreneurial self is a crucial step on the way to success
- The pros and cons of different paths to ownership and which one might suit you best
- How to perform franchise due diligence in case you are considering buying a franchise
- How to define and use certain aptitudes you possess for choosing a business environment
- How to combine Personal Planning Guides with longer range entrepreneurial goals & choices
- Use of several Case Studies to demonstrate how the elements of the Focus Program fit together
- How to create a PERSONAL ENTREPRENEURIAL PORTRAIT; a word picture of yourself in business
No one and no course of study can guarantee entrepreneurial success, but the Focus Program will provide you with
GREATER FOCUS, DIRECTION AND CLARITY FOR SELF-EMPLOYMENT THAN YOU HAVE TODAY!
About the Program Leader
Her career includes Newsday, Los Angeles Times and The New York Times where she was the Washington Bureau Editor.
Adrianne took her formal education at Princeton, Paris-Sorbonne, and Georgetown universities.
Access the Focus Program Now!
You’ll have immediate access to this one-of-a-kind, personal insight program for 99 days. Upon completion, you’ll have a PERSONAL ENTREPRENEURIAL PORTRAIT℠, a word picture of yourself as an entrepreneur describing a thoughtful path to business ownership. If you or someone you know is dreaming about self-employment, but stalled due to insufficient focus, direction and conviction, the tools you require for making better, more informed decisions can be found here.
$199 for 99 days and Your Personal Road Map to Self-Employment
Entrepreneurship is Independence at Work ℠
Excellent course! This course is an invaluable tool for either the budding entrepreneur or those with more experience needing to ‘up their game’. It outlines how to assess what type of venture would work best based on personality type, and more importantly, how to avoid the common pitfalls that beset most failed entrepreneurs.