Are you ready to stop thinking like an artist and start to Think Like a Business?
The Performer’s Guide is launching a NEW program that will begin on Thursday November 12, 2020!
Let Krystin Railing of The Performer’s Guide help you turn your passion project into a full blown career!
This 8 week course breaks down the steps it takes to go from forming a business to attaining funding for that business.
$800 for 8 Weeks of Mentorship
This Program Includes:
- 6 Group Coaching Zoom Webinar Calls
- 2 Private 30 minute calls with Krystin Railing
- Access to The Performer’s Guide Backstage group for 2 months
- Ligetime Access to Think Like a Business Facebook group
- Access to all modules written for the Think Like a Business program
- Group Message thread with Krystin Railing and other participants for 2 months
- An Accountability Buddy will be assigned to you
Week 1: Entrepreneurial Mindset
A person with an Entrepreneur mindset knows they don’t own a business, they are in a relationship with their business. It is important to start thinking of yourself, not only as a performer, but as an Entrepreneur.
- Types of Entrepreneurs
- Boss vs. Leader
- Leadership Styles
Week 2: Business Structure Options
When opening a new business, choosing the correct business structure can be confusing but is very important for filing taxes. This section breaks down your business structure options!
- Sole Proprietorship
- General Business Partberships
- Non Profit Organizations
Week 3: Filing Your Business
In this section you will learn what paperwork you need to file in order to run a legal business in the United States.
- Business Tax License
- Non Profit Articles of Incorporation
Week 4 & Week 5: Business Model
Your Business Model is the heart of your business and one of the most important pieces to running a successful business.
- Business Model Canvas
- Value Proposition Canvas
- Customer Segments
- Customer Relationships
- Revenue Streams
- Key Resources
- Key Activities
- Key Partnerships
- Cost Structure
Week 6 & Week 7: Business Plan
As a performer, writing a business plan may not be on the top of your to do list. Below are a few reasons why writing a business plan should actually be on the top of your to do list. But it is one of the most important steps to attaining outside funding for your business.
- Executive Summary
- Company Overview
- Industry Analysis
- Competitive Analysis
- Products and Services
- Marketing Plan
- Distribution Plan
- Operations Plan
- Management Team
- Financial Plan
Week 8: Funding Your Business
Learn how to attain funding for your small business through the following techniques:
- Self Funding
- Personal Donations
- Government Grants
- Bank Loans
- Fiscal Sponsorship
- Funding Proposals and Requests