Discover the Tools, Strategies, & Systems That You Can Use to Build, Grow, Scale, & Sell Products People Love.
Discover how to transform that idea in your head into the business you always wanted – from finding your target market, to creating an awesome product and scaling to revenue growth, and having the ability to work on your own terms.
You’re in the right place. I help people build and grow product companies faster by walking them through proven frameworks and systems. These are the exact systems I developed in order to grow my own multi-million dollar businesses.
When I first started building my businesses I remember how isolating and lonely it was, and I needed someone or something to let me know that the decisions I am making are the right ones (or the wrong ones!).
Our goal with the Loops Course is to provide the resources I wish I had when I was starting my first companies.
I understand the pain of growing a business because I’ve started 5 businesses of my own (and multiple side projects) and been an entrepreneur for the last 26 years. Three of my five businesses sold to larger companies, and I’m still running the 5th one.
In addition to that, I’ve worked with multiple startup incubator programs, judged and mentored in dozens of startup competitions, and talked to thousands of people who want to build something and simply aren’t sure how.
I’ve seen countless entrepreneurs struggle with two things: Clarity in what they need do and Confidence in how to do it right.
Having the right systems to follow is one of the major things that separate the most successful companies from the ones that are struggling to survive.
So, I built a system and a process that shows you the exact systems you need in order to focus on the right target markets and build products they will actually buy and use. People who follow this framework are building real companies and scaling faster and easier than they ever thought possible.
You can't sell a product to people who don't want or need it. The first system is all about finding your target market and understanding what they need – and more importantly, what they will pay for.
Once you have a good idea of what people need and what they will pay for you need to start creating it. Prototypes are the safest way to build and test your ideas to make sure they actually solve the problems your customers have. Don't be surprised if people start asking you to buy what you're making in this phase!
At this point you should have clarity and confidence in what needs to be built to satisfy your customers, so it's time to actually build it.