Jason runs a web and mobile dev shop and film studio from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He gives guest lectures at area universities, and regularly supports hackathons or tech events as a mentor and judge. His methodologies on entrepreneurship and data driven decisions are his main source of education to those he helps all around the world. His startup book Strap on your Boots is the culmination of his life’s work to help other entrepreneurs succeed with a podcast of the same name, and is the focus of a class he created called Startup Essentials. He originally taught the course as a guest lecturer at area universities, including the Wharton School of Business and now the course is available online for students on Udemy and Skillshare.
Most books on how to succeed have been written by millionaires who were in the right place at the right time. Those books simply don’t work for the masses. That’s why the methodologies, tactics and strategies in my guidebook can be duplicated by anyone. All you need is motivation, focus, and the willingness to learn. If you are an entrepreneur who has hit a wall and aren’t sure how to break through it, then this guide is written just for you. Or if you are just starting out in the world of startups, then save yourself thousands of dollars and a couple years of your valuable time by reading this book before you start your company.
If you’d like to dive even deeper into the world of entrepreneurship, get hands on with the Udemy Course – Startup Essentials: Become an Entrepreneur. It was originally created by Jason as a guest lecture for the entrepreneurship department at UPenn’s Wharton school at the request of PhD students.
If you are new to entrepreneurship and are ready to bootstrap your first startup, or have already created a business and want to learn how to get to the next level without spending a lot of time and money, then this is the course for you! Here it is on Udemy, or also on Skillshare.
In my podcast, I give you real world examples on how to realistically succeed in the world of entrepreneurship while helping you avoid common mistakes. My methods and strategies apply to any industry, income or education level. So tune in!
After years of repeating the same strategies in my startups and seeing success in some of them, this book was written to help decrease the risk associated with building a new startup. Everything in this guidebook can be easily duplicated by anyone.
After writing Strap on your Boots, I was approached by PhD students from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton school of business to create a workshop and teach it as a guest lecturer for their entrepreneurship program.
What started out as a way for me to help people with tutorials ended up becoming a partnered YouTube channel where I post all of my podcast interviews as well as tutorials. Check it out!
My journey began during the dot-com boom of the 90s when I started my own Technology Consulting company after graduating Delaware Valley University with a degree in Computer Information Systems Management.
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