Knowing how to code is unnecessary…if not actually detrimental…to starting a company.
The biggest myth about startups is: “You have to learn how to code in order to start one.”
I’m here to tell you that its’ absolutely false.
But you need stuff coded, right? After all, the site’s gotta be built.
Of course you do. But you don’t have to spend tens of thousands of dollars on freelance coders, or give away a huge part of your company to get them to help you.
Leave the coding to the experts: I will teach you how to harness and expand your talents and interests to start, define and expand a startup.
I figured it out the hard way. Now I’ll teach it to you the simple way.
As with everything in entrepreneurship:
Starting your own company is a skillset. It’s not magic; it’s not luck. It’s a process that you can learn, master and execute.
I can help you start without programming knowledge because that’s what I’ve done for myself!
I am the founder of a tech startup (Focosos), and I have no idea how to code any of the back-end stuff we’re doing.
But I was able to recruit a team of 5 coders to take care of that for me.
I got my coders to join my team for $0 in cash spent, and only a small percentage of my company’s future sales (not equity).
And I can teach you how to do it too.
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- How to effortlessly persuade programmers to join your venture.
- How to create value in a startup as a non-programmer.
- How to get progammers without paying for unaccountable and price-inflated freelancers.
Get a FREE course by helping us test it out.
Over here at Decoding Startup HQ, I’m working hard every day to make content for this course and the others I offer here.
When the course is ready, it will come with a pricetag…
..But not for you.
For you, it will be free, if you apply to test the course when it’s ready (and if you’re accepted, of course).[/one_half] [one_half_last] [box]