They are willing to put the time and effort in and don’t expect to ‘get rich quick’ but they do want to be confident that their hard work will be rewarded in time.
Sadly, most of the popular start up accelerator programs do the opposite, getting entrepreneurs to work like crazy for a <1% chance of making it big.
They aim to take a large group of start-ups, work them hard and see which one will become a billion-dollar company. This works great for the investors who have a small amount of money invested in every horse in the race, but sucks for the individual Parentpreneurs who have less than a 1 in 100 chance of success and so much more riding on it.
Other Parentpreneurs seek out events, meetups and networking groups to fill the gaps in the hope they will get insights and connections that help grow their business.
Unfortunately, these tend to be difficult for parents of young children to attend and just give the entrepreneur a ton of ‘things they must do’ on their already huge to-do list, such as blogging, social media, networking, following up, and seeking investment.
In fact, right now you probably feel like there is so much to do, yet so little time.
That's exactly why I created the Parentpreneur Startup Accelerator.