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Running a startup is no easy task, especially in the early stages.

Generally speaking, a startup founder needs to be ready to deal with major setbacks on a regular basis. It’s part of the reason so many startups fail – lack of foresight and planning.

As an angel investor, you’re able to give your portfolio companies something they desperately need: capital.

But you have far more to offer these young businesses than just your cash.

And going the extra mile could mean the difference between a modest return… and a life-changing windfall.

If you want proof that this works, just look at my own life story. You already know that I went from emptying garbage cans to buying apartments on the Vegas strip, all thanks to angel investing.

Today, my system is nearly effortless. I’ve perfected my strategy for so long now… it’s really become more of a science than an art. I simply see how a startup measures up to my 1,000X Formula. If it passes, I invest. If it fails, I don’t.

The funny thing is that as my strategy became simpler… my track record got better and better. My 1,000X Formula truly changed the game. The only negative thing I have to say is that I wish I’d started using it sooner. Once you see what it can do for your batting average, I think you’ll agree. (Click here to unlock the 1,000X Formula.)

But selecting your investments is just half of the battle. Even a winning pick will need a little help to get going.

See, early-stage startups are often composed of just a few team members, all of whom spread themselves thin to cover the companies’ many diverse needs. Dozens of skills are absolutely critical to the growth of a new business: product development, research, marketing, customer service, sales, accounting… the list goes on.

And, while it’s perfectly acceptable to write a check and let the entrepreneurs focus on the business, it can actually benefit you in the long run if you choose to lend your own expertise to the project.

Just check out the video above to learn more.

Until next time,

Neil Patel


Comments

33 responses to “How YOU Can Solve the Most Common Problems Startups Face”

  1. Hi Neil. I’m a Founding member of AEN. I was wondering if you could please reply to this comment with your “1000x Formula” described in detail.

  2. Pls requested sir madam I am from India at tamilnadu chennai my first language telugu second language English communication skills masters degree online learning social networking step by step higher Education program supported by the government of India today thanks

  3. I’m new at this, but I want to learn how. There isn’t much I can say at the moment. I like what has been said.

  4. Neil,
    Thanks for educating me!
    I apply your principles in analyzing ALL companies, even listed ones.
    I like the way you SPEAK! I look forward to reading your book! THANKS for sending it!
    !THANKS!
    Bernard

  5. Hi Neil,
    Are you sharing this information directly with all of the start-ups that you are presenting to us in this community as good companies to invest in?

  6. So startup is for company ?? If not , where I have to go to invest to startup ?? I can not invest to Startengine , because i’m in Florida.

  7. Hi Neil, My name is Teresa Cloud,
    I was in Real Estate for 10 years. I had a stroke was in
    coma for 3 days and had to quit. I’m OK now, and I really
    need to work in the house. I can put $50 every mon
    Thanks

  8. I’d be interested how my experience and skills can assist towards the growth of a company. I’ve worked with understanding whole systems my entire career from inspecting a specific type of helicopter and signing them off that they’re safe for flight; reviewing a company’s financials for reasonability; reviewing and advising over operational effectiveness along with internal control; and regulatory compliance. I hope that i’d Be able to provide some valuable input when needed.

  9. Good afternoon Nail, I listened to your presentation
    and it was great. I would like to participate, in your business; what is the minimum amount that I can invest?.
    Thanks.

  10. Need more info to possibly start with a 2,000$ investment. Can I contract someone in your team to direct and perform the stockspicks?

  11. Very good info but not appropriate to me. I would be the least able to look into a company and change or advise. Am excited about learning and will take all the advice that I can. Thanks

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