Sun, May 30, 2010
So it has been quite a while since I have written but things have been kind of hectic. Not really much of an excuse but at least now you know. So today I want to discuss something new to the blog which is basically the Micropreneur Academy. Now I am not sure if you have heard about it so let me start with a little introduction. The Micropreneur Academy is an on-line community that teaches and helps micropreneur to understands the hassles and insides of the world they are venturing into. To be clear a micropreneur is someone who is running a one-man startup company and is not interested in growing it into an employee house. Now this does not mean you should work alone but that is a lesson I will leave to the academy to teach. What I want to say is that the academy has loads of information that I am finding very useful and the founder, Rob, really goes out of his way to help people see the inside of his academy by offering money back guarantee even though you can see the material (well a very good part of it). I also want to point out that Rob is one of the few people in the on-line business world he is not married to the technology he is using and maybe that is what makes him successful. When I wanted to join, I found myself unable due to PayPal refusing cards from my country. Unlike every other on-line experience I have had, Rob was willing to try other means of payment such as Amazon payment services if I was willing to try. Needless to say I took up Rob on his offer and boy am I glad I did it. So until next time hopefully much sooner.