Why Entrepreneurs Don’t Seek Help

Teaching Startup is supporting the middle ground of entrepreneurship

But what about all the rest of those startups?

Those 250+ blog posts help a lot of startups a little bit. And those $250/hr sessions help a select few startups quite a lot.

It’s hard to find a good resource

Try looking for startup advice on the Internet. It’s disheartening. Sure, you can read a ton of blog posts, but to find the exact topic you need addressed and the right solution for your unique business can be maddening.

They don’t know what to ask

“Can I pick your brain?” — This doesn’t work. Don’t do it.

The advice is too generic

There are two kinds of advice that make me cringe every time I hear them.

It’s costly

When you truly add value to something, you can put a number on what that’s worth. If I can add 10x value to any endeavor, I’m worth a lot to that endeavor. If I can’t add that kind of value, I can give away my skills pretty cheap because it won’t matter.

I’m a multi-exit, multi-failure entrepreneur. Sold ExitEvent. Building TeachingStartup.com & GetSpiffy. Former Automated Insights. More info at joeprocopio.com

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