Learn Entrepreneurship through Q&A with Matthew Rolnick who generated 10+ Million in sales at Groupon.
What you will learn
☑ What Is An Entrepreneur
☑ The Mindset Required To Succeed As An Entrepreneur
☑ The Skills Needed to Succeed as An Entrepreneur
☑ How To Choose Your Entrepreneurship Idea and Test It´s Viability
☑ How To Get Started as An Entrepreneur and Go About Securing Funding
☑ What The Entrepreneurial Pitfalls You Should Look Out For Are
☑ Resources To Get You Started on your quest to succeed as an entrepreneur
This course includes an exclusive interview session with a seasoned business veteran – Matthew Rolnick. Matthew is currently the VP of Sales at Yaymaker, and former Divisional Sales Manager at Groupon. His key accomplishments including generating over 10 million in sales at Groupon.
YouAccel recently had the opportunity to conduct a comprehensive Q&A style interview with Matthew Rolnick. The interview was conducted as part of an initiative to add valuable new content to YouAccel’s line up of Entrepreneurship and Freelancing courses. Matthew Rolnick is currently the VP of sales at Yaymaker, a company devoted to enriching lives through exciting social experiences and live virtual events. To date, Yaymaker has hosted over 300,000 events including paint “nites”, cookie decorating, and wreath making.
In the hour long session, Matthew Rolnick speaks about his experiences working for some of the biggest brands in North America, including Groupon and Tribune. Matthew’s list of business accomplishments made him the perfect candidate for aspiring entrepreneurs to gain valuable insights from. In his role at Groupon, Matthew acted as the divisional sales manager in the Health & Wellness category. Matthew helped the company generate a staggering 10M in sales. Matthew and his wife also run a successful property investment company through their ownership stake in a HomeVestors franchise.
The interview touches on several key aspects of the entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship journey that defined Matthews’s career path over the last several years. Through his detailed responses to difficult questions, the interview showcased the aptitude and wisdom Matthew has accumulated over his work life. Matthew provided a glimpse into his view of entrepreneurship, and many of the pitfalls new business owners should avoid. He also touches on the importance of consistency, and other imperative character traits that help ensure entrepreneurial success. Towards the end of the session Matthew takes on tough questions from students including tips on avoiding social isolation, and tackling uncomfortable situations. The Q&A session are an absolute must-see for anyone aspiring to enter the world of entrepreneurship.
You’ve done the starter jobs, the in-between jobs, the pro-jobs and this is what it comes down to. You’re ready to take the reins of your career, and set out on the ride of your life.
So… you, want to be an entrepreneur!
This course will give you an introduction in how to master this exciting career choice.
In How to Succeed as an Entrepreneur, you will learn:
- How to Define an Entrepreneur
- The Mindset Required To Succeed As An Entrepreneur
- The Skills Needed to Succeed as An Entrepreneur
- How To Choose Your Entrepreneurship Idea and Test It’s Viability
- How To Get Started as An Entrepreneur and Go About Securing Funding
- What The Entrepreneurial Pitfalls You Should Look Out For Are
- And finally, we’ll provide Resources To Get You Started on your quest to succeed as an entrepreneur
So go ahead and click the enrol button and let’s get started making you a successful entrepreneur.
What is an Entrepreneur?
The Mindset Required to Succeed as An Entrepreneur – Introduction
An Entrepreneur Sees Every Failure As An Opportunity
An Entrepreneur Knows It’s Pointless To Complain
An Entrepreneur Understands That Discomfort Is a Crucial Factor Of Success
An Entrepreneur Takes Frequent Risks
An Entrepreneur Believes In Their Potential
Entrepreneurial Mindset Summary
Skills Required to be an Entrepreneur
Recap: The Six Skills Needed
Embarking on Entrepreneurship
Embarking on Entrepreneurship
Pinpoint A Lucrative Startup Idea
Do Online Research
Zero In On An Evolving Sector
Look For an Underserved Market
Determining If Your Startup Idea Is Viable
Do a Small Group Assessment
Use a Minimal Viable Product
Create a Test Market
Recap of Choosing your Entrepreneurial Idea
Recap of the Viability of your Idea
How To Get Started As An Entrepreneur?
Structure Your Business
Decide If Up-skilling Is Necessary
Have A Game Plan For Your Business
Define Your Target Group or Audience
Set Up A Network
Market Your Idea
Incorporate Your Business
Recap: Recommended Steps to Start your Entrepreneurship
Recruit Family and Friends
Apply For a Business Loan
Attract Angel Investors
Go After Venture Capital
Use A Form of Short-term Cash
Go It Alone
Entrepreneurial Hazards to Avoid
Having a Vague Focus or Mission
Being A People Pleaser
Putting Your Revenue Eggs In One Basket
Going It All Alone
Making It Personal
Anticipating A Smooth Ride To The Top
Recap: Avoiding Entrepreneurial Hazards