For many months, you’ve been immersing yourself in your startup idea.
But, after thinking and working hard on how to make it come true, you realized it won’t happen easily.
There is so much to be done and not enough time nor cash to do it all at once.
“Should I include more features in the first version of my product?”
“Should I look for investors to raise funds?”
“What should be my products positioning?”
“Which marketing initiatives to prioritize?”
“Who are my target customers?”
“How should I validate my solution?”
Besides these and other doubts, there are so many different hurdles in the road that may slow you down (and even make you get stuck).
Whew… Will it ever fly?
Now, imagine this.
You start investing your time and money on what really matters for your startup to achieve traction.
You start making the best decisions about your startup development.
You start working relentlessly, in an organized way, to make things really happen.
That would enhance your chances to succeed, a gazillion times. Would it?
Before working hard, you must work smart.
As a startup founder, you must choose wisely where you’ll invest your time and energy on. Hence, prioritization is our first pillar.
A great startup is made of great decisions.
Depending on your decisions, your startup will advance or be stagnated. Our second pillar aims at making the best decisions for your business to thrive.
Success comes only with consistent execution.
Great founders execute. No matter what happens they find a way to keep the train moving forward. This is why “execution” is our third pillar.
Founders have been developing startups for some time now. And, from many startup failures and several successes, great methodologies emerged.
The Lean Startup methodology, Growth Hacking and Scrum have contributed a lot in optimizing startup founders’ efforts towards success.
In our sessions, we’ll extensively use these methodologies to define the priorities you should work next.
Great decisions come from great rationale.
That’s why I bring you powerful frameworks and models so you can take well-informed decisions for your startup.
Some of these frameworks I built myself, some of them come from well recognized sources from the startup world.
Finally, you must be sure you have a logical process to rely your execution on.
In our sessions, I’ll help you get organized as well as keep you accountable with your to-do list.
We’ll work together to prevent you from falling into what I call the “2Ps Trap”: Procrastination and Perfectionism.
What will happen in each session
To give you my best advice, I will need to know everything I can about your context. Therefore, before we e-meet for our first session, you’ll send me anything you’ve produced so far: sketches, notes, landing page, recordings, etc.
If, during your week, you find any hurdle that is preventing you from accomplishing your to-do list, you can send me a message. This way, I can text you back to help you overcome the challenge.
For more than 10 years I’ve been studying entrepreneurship and startup development. Three years ago, I quit my job and decided to contribute with my knowledge and experience in order to help new and aspiring entrepreneurs in their very beginnings.
And I’ve been doing that through the content I publish on my blog and podcast, as well as through my mentoring sessions. I know it’s hard having a business idea in your mind and, at the same time, being afraid of taking the first steps. But, together we will design a path for you to make real progress.
The next step is to set up our session(s).
After you finished the payment, I’ll get in touch with you and also send you my contact info. 🙂
Okay, I already told you how my mentoring sessions will help you acquire the skills and mindset you need in this new phase of your life. Now, it’s your time to ACT. So, Choose the best option below (accordingly to the number of the sessions) and let’s start making your idea happen! 🙂
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