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The Entrepreneur’s Handbook – 59 Resources For First Time Entrepreneurs

The Entrepreneur’s Handbook – 59 Resources For First Time Entrepreneurs | FastStart | Scoop.it
As a first time entrepreneur you probably have tons of questions. And every time you do a Google search for an answer you are bombarded with too much information and in some cases that information contradicts other things you have heard. Due to this, I have created a list of 54 resources that should help you out.
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The Great Repeatable Business Model

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Differentiation is the essence of strategy, the prime source of competitive advantage. You earn money not just by performing a valuable task but by being different from your competitors in a manner that lets you serve your core customers better and more profitably.

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What Comes Before The Business Plan? Everything.

What Comes Before The Business Plan?  Everything. | FastStart | Scoop.it

"Those that need entrepreneurship education are nascent entrepreneurs—those thinking about starting a business and going through some of the early motions.  However, standard entrepreneurship courses target new business owners—typically not the students sitting in the seats. Nascent entrepreneurs can, of course, progress into new business owners, but we are not paying enough attention to these prospective entrepreneurs. If anything, traditional entrepreneurship education is scaring them away as opposed to unleashing their potential. Why?  Blame the business plan."

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Start Up Metrics Chart

Start Up Metrics Chart | FastStart | Scoop.it

All in business is not about money.

Dave McClure (500startups), one of the most influent investor in the world, defines the Key Metrics of an Entrepreneur and its startup.

AARRR are Acquisition, Activation, Retention, Referral, Revenue.


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Kane Wright's curator insight, November 23, 2013 10:22 AM

great snapshot of many of the core performance metrics of web startup..