[BMUP] Program for entrepreneurs with a stupid acronym :)

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What have we already discussed on changing the mindset?

— We live in a skillset-driven society
— Automatic ants in the head
— How many satellites were launched solely on motivation
— How to do the splits?
— 92% of people treat mistakes as a stop factor
— Do you want to master a language? Learn a language then (It makes sense, doesn’t it?)

Business Mindset Upgrade Program – BMUP

Yes, the name turned out to be long, the acronym is not very good either, but it seems that’s not the main in launching a program.
We would like to show you what kind of program awaits those who decide to change the attitude towards work, transform and master the business mindset.

📝 The program:

  1. Changing the Mindset: Step by Step
  1. What a business mindset is. What do we change
  2. What way of thinking have those who have launched their own business 
  3. What way of thinking have those who aren’t able to start their own business
  4. What way of thinking have those who won’t be appointed a director
  5. Attitude  towards risks
  6. Attitude towards failure
  7. Why people do business
  8. Do only “chosen ones” do business?
  1. Transformation Psychology
  1. Gleicher. Formula for change
  2. Vision: where you want to get to
  3. First steps
  4. Current state risks that you don’t immediately see
  5. Resistances (counter-constructive beliefs)
  6. Needs (implemented in the career of a director and an entrepreneur)
  7. First you change the role, and then the new role greatly changes you and pushes you forward
  8. Stress: acceptance and attitude
  9. The ideal entrepreneur – why no one succeeds in being one
  1. To become a Director through a Hired Employment
  1. What a director is? What does he do?
  2. What functions are there in a company
  3. What a department manager is?
  4. What a project manager is and what a sales manager is?
  5. Ways to get promoted in the company
  6. How to get on the radar of those who are looking for a director
  7. TOP
  8. Loyalty is not the way for everyone
  9. Lack of ambition
  10. Pushing the boss out of operational tasks
  11. Studying under oneself (replacement)
  12. Career elevator, how to get there
  13. How do people become a Teamlead
  14. How do people become Heads of Departments
  15. What is a “risky business trip”
  16. How do people become Directors
  17. Promotion when changing company
  18. Your market cost
  19. Required skills
  20. Negotiations
  21. People typology
  22. The team. Hiring
  23. Parting and firing
  24. Saving the resource
  1. Business Model
  1. The Idea. Why do you need your own business
  2. Product or Service
  3. Non-scalable professions at the heart of the business
  4. Online or offline
  5. Freelance as a testing field and freelancers as a source of specialists
  6. Private business as an option for combining with a smooth transition
  7. Ultra-new or traditional idea
  8. Competitiveness, vocation
  9. Business model
  10. Legal and tax jurisdiction
  11. Client cost
  12. Service cost
  13. Business support cost
  14. Money-commodity-money or commodity-money-commodity
  15. Niche, scalability, testing and analysis
  1. The Money
  1. Buffer and personal finance
  2. Finance. Where to start, where to look for
  3. Enterprise money management
  4. Salaries, bonuses and business shares
  5. Investment in development and investment in scaling up
  6. Shareholders, jurisdictions, taxes
  7. Legal aspect: agreements, contracts, taxes, copyrights, stock, shares in business
  1. People
  1. Partnership
  2. Making business with friends and relatives
  3. Team. When and whom to hire, how to build work, HR skills
  4. Motivating people and yourself
  5. Learning and development
  6. Freelance as a source of employees and contractors
  7. People with no business experience
  8. People with business experience  
  9. Hiring friends
  10. Firing and promoting employees
  1. Sales
  1. Clients: target audience, working with the first clients; partners
  2. Marketing: the selling and beautiful marketing; gossip we don’t like; brand management
  3. Advertising:
  4. Internet as a minefield (Instagram and Youtube)
  5. Facebook is not your friend
  6. Outdoor advertising and poles that work
  7. How to check and see where there are already competitors
  8. Targeting and contextual advertising
  9. Cold calls
  10. Scaling sales
  11. Myths about mega-salesmen
  12. Brand and trust
  13. Leads and customer base as the main asset
  1. Moving away from Hired Employment
  1. Psychological support and protection in the unstable transition state
  2. Combining hired employment and making business as a way to start trying
  3. How to know when to move
  4. What are the stages of the transition
  5. Cognitive problems of selection and loading
  1. Iterative and Continuous Analysis
  1. Cash Flow Statement (CFS) as a real plan
  2. Guided and isolated experiments
  3. Year or quarter/month (analysis frequency)
  4. Analysis: tracking success,failures, what to do next
  5. Crises: signs, prevention and overcoming
  6. Business management metrics
  7. Balance of goals for an entrepreneur, business, and people involved in business
  1. When and how to leave your business / enterprise
  1. Myth about “exit from the operating system”
  2. Random serials and conscious serials
  3. The clients-business-consulting  pyramid as a way to consulting
  4. Option of returning to good hired employment 
  5. Selling a business: packaging, evaluation, buyer, exit model, when to sell
  6. Transfer of a business: to children, to the team team or a hired director
  1. Energy
  1. Where to get strength: the target should charge
  2. The “Battery” Model 
  3. Where energy goes (resistance and dementors)
  4. When having wrong tasks
  5. Wrong tasks for wrong people
  6. Who should carry everything on himself?
  7. How and when to rest
  8. How to understand that you are over and burn out
  9. How not to burn out and enjoy the job
  1. Education
  1. Investment or expense
  2. What to learn BEFORE and AFTER the transition
  3. What to teach people around
  4. Whom to teach
  5. How to choose training
  6. Whom and what to transfer (delegating)
  7. Hire ready-made or train your employees
  8. What to teach your children and other family members

This is not a calendar or monthly program plan. This is the content of the Program Modules in logical blocks. Some Modules follow one another, as indicated in the program. In some blocks the order of the modules can be changed. By the end of the program you have all modules and blocks in your personal account or application. The material becomes available on schedule, usually the next program Module is opened once a week.

👉 To study the content and enter the upgrade program for your mindset

🔴 Training format:

  • Individual Training using the Ddrip Irrigation” Method
  • Program Modules available on schedule: once a week
  • Study at a convenient time through the Mobile Application or your Personal Account on our website
  • Every 2 weeks a live Q&A session
  • A year of changes is 50+ weeks of transformation and 50+ program modules
  • Half an hour or an hour of your time once a week for step-by-step mastering of the language the business thinks in
  • $ 100 / month or $ 1000 if paid for a year (- $ 200 when paying for the entire program)

👉 Want to start making Changes and build your Entrepreneur Mindset?

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