One of the most common reasons people tell me why they CANNOT attend Startup Weekend comes in a few variations, but is essentially getting at the same thing. Their doubts usually manifest themselves in reasons such as, “Well, I’m not an entrepreneur or a business person,” or “I don’t know how to code, design or build websites,” or “I don’t really have any ideas to pitch.”
The real concerns that they are often getting at are: 1) I am a novice, is it still really for me? 2) If I go and don’t know anything (or anybody), will everyone know that (and call me out as a fraud!)?
Read this sharing from Andy Stoll about whether Startup Weekend is for you: https://blog.up.co/2015/10/13/startup-weekend-2/
Register for Startup Weekend here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/startup-weekend-kota-kinabalu-tickets-18930754396
(And we have free secret tickets! Visit us on Facebook, Twitter, or Google+, and comment to get your code!)
“I have lots of ideas. That’s the problem, I think, with most people.” (Eugene Pang, Entrepreneur)
Does this sound like you? Do you have a business idea, but find it hard to get it off the ground? Want to learn how to get your business up and running in 54 hours? Join Startup Weekend for a 3-day bootcamp this 13 to 15 November 2015 in Kota Kinabalu.
Watch the video below to catch a glimpse of the Startup Weekend experience.
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