Welcome to Startup Junkies
The focus of Startup Junkies is the startup stage which, by our definition, includes both opportunity identification and launch.
If you’re an entrepreneur who needs to get going fast with a new venture and wants to learn from others, this is the place for you.
We bring together both the theory and practice of successful startup entrepreneurship.
While our backgrounds are in the technology sector, the lessons shared here will be beneficial to almost any entrepreneur.
Our preference is for creating low-cost startup strategies so that the chump’s game of chasing outside capital can be avoided.
Since 2004 Startup Junkies has been designing, managing, and curating a world-class ecosystem of entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capitalists, academics, mentors, advisers, consultants, and partners, in which it applies the best practices in everything from execution to deployment, launch, funding, growth, and exit.
They’re back! Find the link to the free treasures which typically include ebooks, courses, and other items such as audio/videos materials for small businesses. It’s well worth your time. Gifts will vary over time.
What is the fastest growth strategy?
While there is no one strategy that always wins the fastest growth contest, there is one which if applied correctly tends to outperform most.
Let’s take a look at this strategy that tends to frighten most people away before they even try it.
It’s called the billionaire strategy for good reason.
Are you having trouble succeeding? Perhaps something is holding you back? It’s usually a subconscious thing that needs to be cleared out.
This simple exercise can help you do that.
Find a place to watch this without interruptions.
Here’s a transcript of Tony Robbins Motivating The Hell Out Of His Reluctant Sales Team
There are 5-10 audio cassettes in this office that are treated like gold.
Tony Robbins is the star of three of them.
The rare 1992 recording of Tony Robbins that I’m sharing with you today probably hasn’t been heard by more than 100 people. And that’s being very generous.
Now I’m not giving you the audio for this recording here and you should be grateful to me for this because the quality of the recording itself is shit.
This is a recorded conference call with the tiny group of people who owned his franchises back in 1992. Need I say more?
There are conference call recordings today that are garbled garbage. This was 22 years ago in the recorded conference call dinosaur age. You don’t want to imagine how bad it is.
Billionaire Warren Buffett has one huge piece of advice to anyone thinking about starting a new business.
Buffet shared his advice with a group of aspiring entrepreneurs at the 20th graduation of the Goldman Sachs “10,000 Small Businesses” program:
“Tomorrow morning when you look in the mirror after you’ve gotten up, just write — in lipstick or whatever you want, on the mirror — just put: Delight my customer,” Buffett said.