Breaking out in the business world is hard.
You need to be a wizard at everything from analyzing markets, preparing presentations, and even taking a company public if you want to make a true impact in the industry.
And let’s face it…an actual MBA doesn’t guarantee you much in this fast changing world.
Not that having a degree doesn’t help, but there’s no actual requirement for a professional degree to at least get into trading, management, or venture capitalism.
So, if you’re looking to sharpen your financial sword before diving into this industry, you’ll want to hear what Chris Haroun, author of “101 Crucial Lessons They Don’t Teach You in Business School”, which was recently named by Forbes magazine as “1 of 6 books that all entrepreneurs need to read right now“, has to say on the subject.
Not only a best selling author, Haroun is also a former Goldman Sachs employee, venture capitalist, guest lecturer, and advisor at McGill and Columbia Universities.
Mr. Haroun has taken his in depth knowledge and lessons he’s taught at top business schools and condensed them into what he’s calling “An Entire MBA in One Course”, which is now available online through Udemy – and already has over 20,000 students enrolled.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
• How to launch a company from scratch
• Finding a job the easy way
• Macro and micro economics
• How to value companies & analyze financials easily
• How investments banks & management consulting firms work
• The importance of professional presentation & personal connections
• How to pitch venture capitalists & communicate your ideas concisely
• Understand what business career makes the most sense for you
• And more!
The course is currently available for just $32, which is a 20% discount for any aspiring entrepreneurs or future business tycoons that are interested in taking their skills to the next level.
If you have aspirations of starting a company, finding funding, or just having a successful career in the financial sector…this could be the foundational knowledge that makes all the difference.