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More Mission.Less Impossible.

The movement that's freeing employees to become ENTREPRENEURS.

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Plan 'A' was a promotion...

Plan 'B' was a new job...

So what's next?

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You need aPlan

E

What's The 'E' Stand For?

  • Entrepreneur Lifestyle

    Owning your day means flexibility and freedom—working whenever you like, wherever you like, with whomever you like.

  • Easier Way

    Starting a business isn’t hard or risky when all the big obstacles, questions, and risks have been cleared out of the way.

  • Escape Plan

    ‘Smooth transition’ is the operative phrase in the e2E playbook, which enables you to pursue success without losing stability.

  • Experienced Leadership

    Plan ‘E’ is the path of helping hands, experienced e2E leaders who guide you every step of the journey.

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62%

of Americans want to be the boss of their own business.

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Just live it.

The lifestyle of an entrepreneur is the freedom to control your time, make your own decisions, and pursue your potential.

The Entrepreneur Lifestyle enables you to:

  • Be Your Own
    Boss
  • Focus On Family
    & Friends
  • Set Your Own Schedule
  • Earn Without Limits
  • Work From Anywhere
  • Become a
    Leader

What then is freedom? The power to live as one wishes.– Cicero

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Being an entrepreneur can be an exciting and liberating endeavor.

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The Bottom Line

The entrepreneur lifestyle is filled with flexbility, making a difference, creative reward, and owning your destiny.

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This is the greatest time ever to be in business for yourself.

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The Bottom Line

Tools have never been cheaper. Technology has never been better.

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Top Hurdles for New Entrepreneurs

  • High StartupCosts
  • No System/Process
  • Creating Marketing/Technology
  • No Team/MentorSupport
  • FindingCustomers
  • DevelopingCash Flow
  • EstablishingDifferentiation
  • High TimeRequirements

there is an easier wayThere has to be an easier way

The only way to help more employees become entrepreneurs is to remove risk and guesswork so that anyone willing to work hard can make the move.

  • e2EModel

  • LowerStartup/Operating Costs
  • ProvideMarketing/Technology
  • DeliverProven Systems/Products
  • OfferTraining/Mentorship

Core e2E Philosophy

Success as an entrepreneur should be based on the ability to follow systems and leadership–not on the ability to create businesses from scratch.

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Explore the e2E movement further

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Many people are working full–time but also pursuing their business passions on the side. These people are just as much an entrepreneur as those who do it full–time.

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It doesn't matter which way you grow.

The e2E movement helps you make a smooth transition from full-time employee to full–time entrepreneur. It doesn’t matter as much that you work 4 hours a week or 40. What matters most is that you don’t quit.

Choose Your Escape Plan

  • Spare–time

    Start slow and steady–making strategic steps to build momentum.

  • Part–time

    Work to fund your business by blocking out time each week to hit goals.

  • Full–time

    Maximize your efforts with a 100% focus on your business and future.

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The e2E Way:Independent entrepreneurs depending on each other.

We believe the entrepreneur success rate skyrockets when they work together. The e2E model leverages teamwork and experienced mentorship so anyone can start a business with greater support and less risk.

There's a way to do it better–find it.– Thomas Edison

  • Encouragement

    Motivation and inspiration keep you emotionally strong and focused

  • Experience

    Following a leader who knows the way increases your chance of success

  • Guidance

    Step-by-step direction keeps you focused and on track

  • Camaraderie

    Partnership makes entrepreneurship better in every way

Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.– Helen Keller