Everyone has an idea for a business...
However... It is not intuitive how to build a business.
There is too much needless failure in business and we want to stop it.
For decades, we have started and grown, failed and succeeded, bought and sold, and invested in businesses.
The Entrepreneur Roadmap is designed as a simple and well-worn path to help you - the ambitious entrepreneur - start and grow your business...
Without the needless failure.
Go for it. Build something amazing!
Get to know us: How I bounced back from losing $4,500,000.
This model is designed to act like a virtual mentor: Asking questions you may never have thought of. Setting you up for success with investors, customers, vendors, employees, your spouse, your parents, and your friends.
We want to help you be the successful entrepreneur.
We define success as Meaningful Profit and Loving Life.
For some, meaningful profit is a little extra savings in the bank. For others, it is putting food on the table, and for others still, it is building a world-changing empire. We can help anyone.
Through all of it, we want you to enjoy the process. Entrepreneurship is hard. Get balance and work at the right things at the right time and you can make it look easy.
What Entrepreneurs are saying
“I don’t think my brain has ever had this much of a workout and it was one of the greatest experiences of my life. Colin took someone with no business experience, just an idea and determination and gave me the tools I needed to turn it into a successful business.”
“I gained a magnitude of knowledge from him and the materials that he shared with us during the short conference (dare I say, even more than in the business classes I have taken at the university), in regards to not only startups and how to help your business succeed, but how to read people and communicate with them effectively.”
“Knowing that investors are looking for two things: Are the numbers realistic? And; Do you have the team and plan to pull it off? was very helpful – very concise. This helped improve my pitch to have a clear implementation plan and the team that would carry it out. This, along with high level financials, and a number of slides after the end to answer questions were the most valuable part of the pitch improvement.”