Power of leverage
Running a startup is highly risky. When you are not prepared, you will not survive. You either make or break. Rapidly.
Do not lose your years and capital of RM50k, RM100k, RM200k and more just because you think you can do it alone!
Famously successful entrepreneurs such as Elon Musk and Richard Branson all have their own personal network that supports and drives them forward. These peers regularly meet up and discuss matters of the day, and pool their combined perspectives and knowledge to solve and create distinctive advantages that no one person can do alone.
Start making the change today and begin to reap the benefits!
Here are six advantages being in a peer group:
1. Focusing on your competitive advantage
- Your peers will give you an objective understanding of your competitive advantage. Taking full advantage of your edge is the most necessary element to become successful like Google, Microsoft and Apple.
2. Start knowing what you do not know
- Peer networks present a ready-made community for you to absorb best practices and learn from the collective experience of the members.
3. Many minds are better than one
- There are some answers you just can't Google. Be connected with trustworthy and confidential advisory board that provides you with actual insights on topics that matter to you.
4. Eliminate blind spots
- You know how beneficial “sounding boards” are for your ideas. You will find out if you missed anything, discover new alternatives that you have not considered before and fix implementation issues that you might have overlooked.
5. Be in the game for the long haul
- Keeps you sharp, engaged and connected in this continuous sharing and learning environment.
- Working in isolation puts you at higher risk for burnout and stagnation. User groups are a vital conduit to new ideas and fresh perspectives, offering numerous opportunities for in-person and virtual interaction.
6. Exclusive yet inclusive private ecosystem
- You do not need to pass any qualification/interviews to be part of this network, you just need to be committed.
- Everything shared in this group is confidential and would not be leaked to your competitors.
This is designed to prevent you from making the typical entrepreneurial mistakes, achieve more out of your capital and overcome the Death Valley.
In this 4 hour session, you would -
1. Identify your strength and competitive advantage
2. Cultivate a strategic mindset.
3. Experience the power of peer group
You will be facilitated by Jay Shong, an experienced auditor that for years had confidential insight into the management of multinational companies such as IBM, Unilever and Sime Darby.