Learn How to Start a Small Business with StartupNation’s Free, One-Hour Coaching Call

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You really can get something for nothing. Ok, well that’s not totally true – you do have to invest your time, but I personally guarantee you that you will receive a phenomenal return on your investment.

And we’re only talking a time investment of one hour. 60 minutes jam-packed with free coaching from StartupNation co-founders and head coaches Jeff & Rich Sloan. Read on …

Call-in on February 15th to talk to the Sloan brothers, creators of StartupNation’s “10 Steps to Open for Business
What:
Want to start and build your dream business, but don’t know where to begin? It’s as simple as calling in to StartupNation’s free, one-hour Coaching Call. Get direct access to entrepreneurial experts Jeff and Rich Sloan, and have the chance to ask questions specific to your startup venture.

Why:
StartupNation’s Coaching Calls are a monthly forum for those who just have an idea – for those who are just starting up – or for those who want to grow their business. Topics address the startup stages outlined in StartupNation’s “10 Steps to Open for Business”. This is a free, online resource that many entrepreneurs use as an invaluable tool to start a business from scratch.

Who:
The Sloan brothers are authors of StartupNation: Open for Business and help you hang your “Open for Business” sign through monthly, live Coaching Calls. The Sloan brothers are nationally-recognized entrepreneurial experts who have helped thousands of people live the dream of owning their own business.

When:
Wednesday, February 15, 2006 at 8:00 p.m. EST/5:00 p.m. PST
Call: 1-800-430-0424 (PIN 0424)
International callers (toll): 503-295-8000 then-800-430-0424 (PIN 0424)

Info.:
Sign up now for a confirmation e-mail and receive login details to the optional online component.

I’ll be there and I PROMISE it’ll be worth your while.

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