Why join this challenge?
By joining this challenge, you will become a part of a community of like-minded entrepreneurs who will keep you accountable for staying committed to your goals. We are looking for those individuals who have perseverance and are willing to invest their energy and time so that they can achieve results. The challenge is an entrepreneurship experiment and it is FREE to join. However, there is an application process and we are quite selective in deciding who to let in.
Is this challenge for me?
Million dollar ideas are a myth so if you have one in your head kill it. This challenge is for the people who have the courage to try things and who stick to their goals. You can be an employee with a business idea, an entrepreneur with past business projects, a student, or a freelancer who wants to become an entrepreneur – it doesn’t matter. What matters most is can you believe it is possible?
Is there an application process?
Yes, we would like to know a little bit about you and your motivation before letting you in the community. Please fill the application by clicking on the ‘Join the Challenge’ button. The deadline to apply is January 16th.
When does the challenge start and finish?
The challenge will start in January 2017 and it will run for 365 days.
Is there a reward for winning?
While we don’t give tangible rewards, imagine yourself having built a $100K or even a $15K business. Winning the challenge 100% or 50% will be the reward that you will give to yourself.
What if I fail?
The fear of failure stops more people from achieving their dreams than failure itself. The very first thing that you will do as part of the community will be to share these fears. We will share our past failure stories, and laugh at them. What are you actually afraid of? Yes, you can fail. Multiple times. Henry Ford failed and went broke five times before he succeeded. As an inventor, Edison made 1,000 unsuccessful attempts at inventing the light bulb. When a reporter asked, “How did it feel to fail 1,000 times?” Edison replied, “I didn’t fail 1,000 times. The lightbulb was an invention with 1,000 steps.” Walt Disney was fired by a newspaper editor because “he lacked imagination and had no good ideas.” He went bankrupt several times before he built Disneyland. In fact, the proposed park was rejected by the city of Anaheim on the grounds that it would only attract riffraff.