The Kill Bigger Incubator
Are you sick and tired of being strapped for resources?
Are you tired of trying to pinch pennies to business growth? Is your FBA store a complete disaster? $40k per year not quite cutting it?
I think it is time to Kill Bigger.
time to Kill Bigger
Who says you have to go in it alone with your first 2 or 3 grand to grow some consumer brand? Who says you have to bootstrap and hustle flipping generic Chinese widgets and finding arbitrage strategies? Who says you have start out as a onepreneur shop owner? You don’t. What you need to be is a CEO.
Repeatedly, we see the biggest and most hyped over businesses are the ones that reached outside of their immediate expertise and filled the void with effective leadership.
How many of these questions have you asked?
I don’t know about you… but I would rather think bigger than that.
I am honestly convinced that starting a business in the red market sea of cheap snowball, bandwagon businesses is FAR MORE DIFFICULT long term than doing something seriously influential and scalable.
Speaking in generalities in public domain can only get us so far. We can dive deeper. The goal of the Kill Bigger Incubator is to apply these big thinking leadership principles, individually, to your business. We will organize a custom strategy to give your business a better chance to Kill Bigger.
What we will do together
In this program’s infancy, we were talking about primarily capitalization and investment strategy. What this has become is FAR more custom tailored. I would consider it more of an overall strategy partner. We take a look at the matters at hand together and address them with the best possible action considering any constraints. The goal is moving forward. Always.
TOGETHER we work through the ins and outs of what you can do and what you might have to wait on. NOTHING is rushed or flippant. Everything is calculated. I don’t push you to do things you are unable to handle or to take unnecessary risk. I am a good steward of your money.
Among the strategies we have addressed in the incubator so far:
Let’s Kill Bigger.
Why you shouldn’t join
Still reading? Good!
The rest of this is for those of you that want more out of business.
This is $1500 per month. It is a pretty in-depth program and I feel like you guys get quite a bit for the money.
In this program, you will have open access to me via Skype chat and scheduled calls as needed.
Every weekday morning you will hear from me. We discuss marching orders and next steps. I am always available outside of that, but the mornings are really our discussion time. The goal is to keep moving forward.
My goal for our time together… I want to assist you with hard-learned lessons from my own entrepreneurial journey. I want to train strong CEOs that can overcome problems by leading through them. I want you to Kill Bigger.
Why am I doing this?
It is in my best interest to help others. I have built great friendships throughout this process and with every client I am adding to my network of big thinking entrepreneurs. It is OFTEN said, one of the best ways to learn is to teach. Having run this incubator program for well over a year, this has absolutely, without question, made me a better businessman. I also believe that a $1500 per month retainer is a win-win capitalist transaction for both me and my students. The world needs more value centric CEOs and less money-chasing onepreneurs.
So. Is it time to make a change? Could this be the decision that changes your life forever? Maybe. Where could this lead if you start today?
Let’s Kill Bigger.
Fill in the form below and send me a descriptive rundown on who you are, your background, what you do, where you want to be and what you hope to get out of our time together.
Please note that the incubator stays pretty full, so the only time a spot opens up is when someone decides to drop out. (This usually only happens when one of the incubator students has gotten to a place with their business where they have an established game plan for growth, cashflows and advancement, and it makes sense for the foreseeable future that they act on these plans.) If you apply and don’t get accepted right away, you still could be considered later if a spot opens up.
I am looking forward to hearing from those of you that want to make a change.