How to build a business that sticks out like a Data Entry Worker with a Sore Thumb and Gets Droves of Customers
This is an inside guide. It’s called…How to build a business that sticks out like a Data Entry Worker with a Sore Thumb and Gets Droves of Customers.
My fault, for the title…but you gotta say…it’s got that certain, je ne sais quois.
This living 6,000 + word document of building a business book breakdown (or quick start guide of sorts) will teach you how to build a business moving from idea to sales.
Whether your a brand looking to improve your business foundation, an owner just getting started you will have something people just cannot ignore…you’ll find the strategies and tricks I share extremely helpful.
Now, I know what you’re thinking…why should I listen to you?
My name is Vic Phillips. I run Opportunity Overload and I am a physician entrepreneur. I have worked for some of the top companies in the United States. I became a Senior Business Analyst designed processes for large software systems that ranged from healthcare to banking and finance. As an analyst, I had to sell my ideas. We had to make products that the customers would pay for and use.
When I started out I struggled to come up with ideas, figure out if these ideas would work and create profitable companies. After many years of hard work, I noticed a pattern that kept repeating itself. I will share the steps involved in building a business.
Imagine how much more time and energy you will save when you use the concepts in this short guide to building a business with a foundational base that could really sprout into anything.
That’s where copywriting and sales came into the picture. I have been building businesses since 2003. I have founded 3 companies and all of them were successful. I am happy to share what’s worked and what hasn’t worked.
Well, I am not into bragging but I understand I have to do it from time to time for credibility sake.
So, please don’t judge as I toss a field goal here…
I run OO which is one of the most popular newsletters on the net and we’ve bought, sold and built a successful business that has been acquired. Some of our sites at OO have sold within 5 minutes of starting the engine.
We’ve written articles where our ideas have been used by bootstrapped and investor-funded startups all over the world.
Whoa…hold on..I feel a bit nauseous after that. Again, my apologies for blowing smoke and tuting my horn.
I lay it all on the line in this book, sharing my closely held tips I don’t share anywhere else (not even on our blog nor through the newsletter that’s read by people all over the world.
Here is a list of some of the many strategies and topics we will cover in this year’s edition of the guide.
- How to generate ideas that are original and standout
- How to validate and research and how to avoid clumsy mistakes by using the right process while validating your market.
- How to refine your ideas to make sure they stick
- An “almost magic” way and proven process to create new businesses over and over again.
- A secret way to come up with a unique enough offering
- The fastest known way that makes it simple an easy to document, build and iterate your business while you respond to market changes.
- A Framework that will allow you to become a consultant or business advisor for other companies that desperately need help (I have seen faulty fundamentals even in advanced staged companies).
Finally, I want to let you in one final piece of insight. If you buy this guide, you will gain lifetime access to it. Why does it matter? Because while right now it’s 6,000+ words. I want to update the guide yearly to be 10,000, then 20,000, then 30,000 words and packed with what’s been working in the real world. I want this guide to grow as I grow as an entrepreneur.
And, I can promise that this time next year, it’s not going to be $30…it’s going to keep going up in price. In fact, it may go up in price next month. I want to make it the premier guide online for building a business.
Invest Now by sending us a quick email and we’ll send over a link to get started.