Here is the concept that is really exciting for entrepreneurs...
The right idea + the right action = limitless
Everyone knows Adam as “the Amazon guy” but the truth is, in his heart, he's just an entrepreneur.
Adam started on Amazon in 2011 because he could see that online retail was a mega-trend that was going to sweep anyone who positioned themselves well (and worked hard), upwards and toward their goals.
But there was another trend that he spotted back then which was software. In 2014, without any coding skills (which he still doesn't have), he hired a developer to help build his first piece of software.
Today that software generates a multi-seven figure recurring revenue and it keeps growing, year-over-year as it becomes better and more well-known over time. Since then, he's launched 3 other software companies and just like the first one, they generate revenue 7 days a week from multiple countries.
Here’s the reasons HE LOVES software:
• They can be started small as a “side-hustle”.
• They often earn money 24/7 globally.
• They usually have recurring monthly/annual income.
• They’re extremely attractive to investors (really important if you don’t have money of your own).
• They’re among the most valuable businesses you can own (relative to profit).
Adam wants to show you how to build one, not in theory, but in real life, right in front of you… Over the years, he's had literally hundreds of people say something like this to him… “There are two reasons that I haven’t started a business around a great idea that I have.
First, I don’t have the money.
Second, even if I did have the money, I wouldn’t know what to do with it and the steps I need to take and in what order.”
Both are genuine road blocks and both are good reasons not to begin the business of your dreams.
That being said, both are completely solvable.
To prove it, Adam decided to launch a software company from scratch, using none of his own money, and he documented the entire process from idea to launch.
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