A lot of people try to credit my success in business to “going to business school”
Yes, I went to NYU Stern.
But let me set the record straight.
No, it did not teach me how to run a business. At all. Period. Point blank.
Ok, glad we got that out of the way.
One thing that has been crucial to my success and being profitable each year for the last 6 years in business has been a mastery of finance and accounting.
No, not the type you learn in business school that is theoretical and for large companies.
I’m talking about the type of finance and accounting you need to run a real, profitable, cash flow generating small business.
This year I’m launching what I’m calling “The course I wish NYU Stern would have taught me”
Ok, maybe I won’t call it that.
Let’s go with “Finance for Agencies”.
Each course at NYU cost ~$5,000 when I was there.
This will cost $997.
Why so much less? Because I want it to be accessible to more people.
Why not free then? Because:
If you’re running a business, I without a doubt think this is worth 10X any class at NYU or other business school you can take.
Why? Because it’s written by someone who has been operating a profitable small business for 6 years.
I want to teach you the real sh*t you need to run a business.
Who will find value in this?
So, what topics will be covered?
I started an agency called Jakt in July 2012.
In 2014 we did 7 figures in revenue and have every year since.
In 2018 we did $4M in revenue with a 20% profit margin.
Maintaining a 20% profit margin with that kind of revenue didn't happen by chance.
No, it was very calculated and only possible because of the financial systems put in place.
In 2019 I stepped away from the day to day of Jakt so that I could take everything I learned while building Jakt and spin it out into new businesses and offerings, all specifically created to help agencies and agency owners.
Right now there are few offerings: