Want to Build a Freedom Business? Here’s How

by Mike Stankavich on October 13, 2009

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If you’ve been hearing about people who had a great idea, started with little or nothing, and built a business to support themselves and their families, but thought you couldn’t do it, think again.  A year or so ago, I started exploring different blogs on productivity and business building.  As I explored, I ran across a guy named Clay Collins.  He stood out over many of the other blogs that I read by being plain spoken, down to earth, and completely results oriented. One of Clay’s core principles was freedom to live life according to his own standards.  Clay was able to develop what he calls Freedom Businesses that enabled him to control when and how much he worked.  This so inspired him that he wanted to share what he learned with others.  He founded Project Mojave to share that knowledge with others.

Project Mojave was a success from the very beginning.  A number of members have already built businesses that bring in several thousand dollars per month.  I have been a member for a while myself, and find it both useful and inspiring. Unfortunately I have not been able to carve out the time to work on my business due to winding down the damage from the real estate market collapse.  But that’s finally over, so as Clay relaunches Project Mojave, I’ll be getting in and building my business along with the next group of Project Mojave members.

But it gets even better.  Clay had a great idea for the next iteration of Project Mojave.  He selected two business proposals to develop as part of the program.  He and the selected business founders will video the actual development of their freedom business, so that other members can learn from both their successes and failures.  I am definitely looking forward to this new way of learning more about building a freedom business.  I invite you to join me at Project Mojave if you have any interest in building an online freedom business.

Liz October 22, 2009 at 6:36 am

I strongly agree. During Mentorship Calls Clays asks probing questions to help us get un-stuck, and identify the best course of action.

In this next phase members will first test the market before spending a lot of time creating a product. I think this is a GREAT idea that will benefit all of us and allow us to focus more on marketing and building our businesses.

Nice summary!

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