New RV Business Course Available From Workamper News
“Life is too short to not choose what you want to do and when. Don’t be held back by fear. Develop your freedom plan. Relying on someone else is no fun!”
Scroll through the newly launched Small Business RVer School website to view motivational phrases like the ones above. It’s the encouragement to take action and finally make your entrepreneurial goals come true. That is what Workamper International intends to do for prospective RV entrepreneurs with the online course dubbed Small Business RVer Kick-Starter Business Boot Camp.
This course is designed to walk any novice through the process of planning, beginning, and successfully continuing a small business. Another boldfaced declaration on its site assures, “You don’t have to build your business alone! Small business owners can be some of the loneliest people on the planet! They feel all alone and have the responsibility of building and running a successful business. You don’t have to do it alone!”
What is the Kick-Starter Business Boot Camp?
The Small Business RVer School is a branch of Workamper News, a well-known organization amongst RVers. This long-time company has made its livelihood helping RVers find mostly seasonal, short-term jobs all across the country. Recently, however, the organization has noticed more and more nomads seeking self-employment, wanting to start up their own brands on the road.
This is where the Small Business RVer School comes into focus. Steve Anderson, co-owner of Workamper News and president of the Small Business RVer School, among other titles, created much of the content presented in the Kick-Starter Business Boot Camp.
With the combined know-how of these three professionals, students can expect to learn about specific business tools, set goals, prioritize tasks, and plan out how to execute these tasks.
Students will also delve deeper into the small business world through self-discovery, understanding why they are going into business and what they’ll offer to customers. Even further, they’ll dissect their personality and leadership traits and learn how to respond to various business-related situations. Check out the complete sessions list. It is subject to modifications and additions.
“Most people have worked for others their entire lives. They are accustomed to being told what to do and when to do it in order to get a regular paycheck,” Anderson said. “Entrepreneurs have to change that mindset to develop initiative and hold themselves accountable to doing whatever must be done to succeed.”
How long does it take to complete the course?
RV entrepreneurs can complete the 40+ recorded sessions at their own pace. The training includes more than 70 videos, and to move on to the next level, students must successfully complete a quiz.
“People don’t intentionally fail in business. They just don’t know what they don’t know,” Anderson explained. “Our self-paced program simplifies the steps to help entrepreneurs understand the mechanics needed to develop a business.”
How much does it cost?
Prospective RV entrepreneurs can register for the new Small Business RVer School at an early bird special of $997. This investment includes access to training materials for one year, monthly live webinar Q&A sessions with Mark J. Kohler, and additional bonuses.
Where can you get more information on this program and register?
“Entrepreneurship is something that isn’t often taught in schools; however, more and more people desire to take control of their own destinies by working in businesses of their own,” said Anderson. “With the right training and support, a mobile entrepreneur can learn the fundamentals to start a business, a strategy to market the company, and a process to ensure it thrives.”
Steve Anderson gives an overview of the school in the video below: