What do Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, and Bill Gates have in common? Well beyond the obvious of being ridiculously wealthy, they are among the top founders of successful companies in the last half century. They join such entrepreneurs as Franz Josef Popp (BMW), William Colgate (Colgate-Palmolive), and Thomas Watson (IBM) in becoming not only recognized for their achievements, but in having their products and service becoming ingrained in our everyday lives. And while there are no guarantees that your name could be added to this illustrious list, if you have dreams of starting a new business, with the help of this Founders’ Book, you could have a head start among your competitors.
It all starts with an idea — perhaps it’s a totally new concept, a better way of doing something, or a refresh on an old invention. Whatever it is, turning that idea into something concrete takes more than just saying it out loud. It takes overcoming your fears, gaining confidence (both in yourself and in the idea), and a lot of hard work. We unfortunately can’t help with the first two items, but we can be of assistance with the third.
The Founders’ Book is like a targeted encyclopedia for entrepreneurs (or, as they like to call themselves, “the yellow pages.”) Unlike many before you who had to source, research, decipher, and wade through mountains of material before finding the information they needed to help start their business, this resource supplies the “world’s largest collection of tools [over 1,000 of them] and resources for first-time founders and early-stage startups to turn [your] pony idea into a unicorn.” It includes articles that will give you insights and hacks from other successful founders during various stages of development, plus guides on product management, UI/UX, landing pages, MVP development, and then some. With all this and so much more, the Founders’ Book can, according to Medium.com, “save at least 200 hours of your time on the lookout for the right advice and resources which can 20x your speed of business growth.”
So if you’re sitting on the next “big” idea, and are at a loss of what to do next, invest in the Founders’ Book. A lifetime subscription can be yours for the greatly reduced price of only $79. Then perhaps check out Founders First Capital Partners, a company that invests in underrepresented entrepreneurs. Who knows where it all could take you?
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