Get Your Business Off the Ground

Helping entrepreneurs cut through information overload and turn their business ideas into a reality with clear, actionable steps. 

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What Is TYD?

TYD stands for “Throw Your Dart”. What the heck does that have to do with building a business?

It is inspired by a video done by Hank Green of the Vlogbrothers YT Channel. The point of the video – most people try too hard to make their work perfect - but perfect doesn’t really exist.

So what do you do instead?

Hank Green's strategy is to get it to 80% of perfect and then “Throw the Dart”.

Instead of putting our ideas out in the world, entrepreneurs (including myself) often wait too long trying to make their business idea "perfect" before launching it into the world.

But when we wait to launch our business ideas, we're just hurting ourselves.

Don't get me wrong. There are A LOT of obstacles out there that make it easy to wait.

  • Information overload
  • Not knowing what to do next
  • Not having enough time in the day
  • Learning how to use all of the complicated software for running an online business
  • And many, many more obstacles...

So, with TYD I want to help as many entrepreneurs get their ideas out in the world.

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Start Learning

Check out some of my existing content

Non-Techy's Guide for

Creating a Website

Everything entrepreneurs need to know to quickly get a well designed website launched  -- without information overload 

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What’s Coming Next?

I’ve got a couple of articles on the way, but are there any topics you’re struggling with and need help with?

Check out the Content Ideas page where you can see what articles are coming soon and add any new ideas!

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