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The Complete Financial Analyst Training & Investing Course

Learn the Secrets to Succeeding as a Financial Analyst & Investor from an Award-Winning Professor & Venture Capitalist

By Chris Haroun | in Online Courses

Description

Welcome to The Complete Financial Analyst Training and Investing Course by the award-winning professor, Columbia MBA graduate, hedge fund founder, venture capitalist, and TEDx Talk speaker, Chris Haroun. This is the most thorough financial analyst course available anywhere on the web and was designed specifically to prepare you to be competitive in the finance industry. Chris Haroun went through the Goldman Sachs financial analyst training program as well as the new hire training programs of other top finance companies—and brings all this knowledge straight to your screen. Do you have what it takes to complete this 22+ hour comprehensive finance training program? We'll see you on the other side.

  • Become an expert in Excel for financial analysts
  • Learn how an IPO works
  • Learn how to manage a portfolio
  • Start building financial models
  • Learn how to get hired & promoted as a financial analyst
  • Understand how risk management works
  • Study technical analysis
  • Learn how to value companies
  • Study how Monetary Policy & Fiscal Policy works
  • Understand how interest rates are changed
  • Study how to pitch long & short ideas to portfolio managers
  • Find great venture capital investment ideas
  • And much more!

Instructor

Chris Haroun is an award winning business school professor, venture capitalist, MBA graduate from Columbia University and former Goldman Sachs employee. He has raised/managed over $1bn in his career. He also has work experience at hedge fund giant Citadel, consulting firm Accenture, and several firms that he has started, including an investment firm that had a venture capital / private investment in Facebook several years before the Facebook IPO. He is the founder and CEO of Haroun Education Ventures.

Chris is the author of 101 Crucial Lessons They Don't Teach You In Business School. Forbes recently called this book '1 of 6 books that all entrepreneurs must read right now'.

He is also the author of The Ultimate Practical Business Manual: Everything You Need to Know About Business (from Launching a Company to Taking it Public), and 10 other business books.

Chris is also a frequent guest lecturer at several Bay Area business schools including Berkeley and Stanford. He has written numerous articles and has been interviewed in Forbes, VentureBeat, Entrepreneur Magazine, Wired Magazine, AlleyWatch and Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) which is Hong Kong's oldest and sole public service broadcaster. He has his own entrepreneurship column in Inc. magazine.

He has an MBA in Finance from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Commerce Degree with a major in Management Information Systems and International Business from McGill University where he is a McGill University Dobson Fellow. He has founded several companies, including his most recent company, BusinessCareerCoaching and he serves on the boards of several Bay Area technology companies and charities and he lives in Hillsborough, California. Chris Haroun's goal is to "make business education impactful and entertaining with no boring theory; edutainment works!"

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • 1. Course Introduction & How to Take this Course
    • Please Find Attached Your Portfolio Dashboard & 7 Steps to Modeling Spreadsheets - 1:18
    • Introduction and How to Take this Course - 14:22
    • Overview of Different Financial Analyst Roles and How They Work Together - 3:46
    • What Are the Major Differences Between the Different Financial Analyst Roles? - 11:27
    • What Are the Pros and Cons of Working as a Financial Analyst? - 3:31
    • [Optional] Side Note: Get Free Daily Helpful Business & Career Development Videos
  • 2. Optional Exercise: Decide What Financial Analyst Role Interests You the Most
    • How to Take this Survey to Determine What Financial Analyst Role You Might Enjoy - 3:23
    • Optional Practice Activity:Decide What Finance Role You're Most Passionate About
    • Practice Activity Results Analysis - 3:26
  • 3. Global Macroeconomics + How the World of Finance Works + Excel Part 1/4: The IMF
    • Introduction to Global Economics (What, Why & How of this Section) - 4:39
    • The International Monetary Fund, GDP and Why this Matters to Financial Analysts - 19:05
    • Excel Exercise #1: Analyzing IMF GDP Data - 5:33
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #1: Part 1 of 3 (Answers to Questions 1 through 12) - 19:59
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #1: Part 2 of 3 (Answers to Questions 13 through 16) - 19:46
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #1: Part 3 of 3 (Answers to Questions 17 through 20) - 18:58
  • 4. Global Economics & Excel Part 2/4: The World Bank and Inflation
    • The World Bank as Another Great Data Resource for Financial Analysts - 2:26
    • Excel Exercise #2: Analyzing World Bank Inflation Data - 1:03
    • Answers to the Excel Exercise #2 - 5:11
  • 5. Global Econ. & Excel Part 3/4: Currencies, Monetary Policy and Interest Rates
    • How+ Why Do Interest Rates Change & Why this is Important for Financial Analysts - 19:17
    • Understanding Currency Movements and Monetary Policy - 16:56
    • Excel Exercise #3: Analyzing Data from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics - 0:45
    • Answers to the Excel Exercise #3 - 10:40
  • 6. Global Econ. +Excel Part 4/4: Fiscal Policy, WTO, Monopolies, Bitcoin & More
    • Fiscal Policy and Economic Stimulation - 13:46
    • The World Trade Organization as Another Great Resource for Financial Analysts - 1:45
    • Monopolies & Oligopolies are the Best Investments - 2:10
    • Quiz on Global Macroeconomics for Financial Analysts
    • Side Note: Is Bitcoin the Largest Threat to National Monetary Policy Security? - 4:00
  • 7. Foundations & Introducing "Portfolio Management, Investment & Excel Dashboard!"
    • Finance Foundations Introduction - 1:42
    • Quick Accounting Review and the Shark Virtual Reality IPO? : ) - 3:14
    • Attached is Your 7 Step Template for Creating Financials, Models and Valuations! - 4:09
    • What are Growth and Value Investors and Why this is Important to Your Success - 5:13
    • What Financial Statements & Valuation Methods Matter Most to Which Analysts? - 3:54
    • Excel Exercise #4: Formatting the Portfolio Dashboard - 1:38
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #4: Part 1 of 2 (Answers to Questions 1 through 5) - 8:55
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #4: Part 2 of 2 (Answers to Questions 5 through 10) - 15:06
  • 8. Investment Banking Part 1: Introduction, Mergers & Acquisitions and the IPO
    • What is Investment Banking and How Does it Work? - 11:47
    • Deliverables that Investment Bankers Create - 8:35
    • The IPO (Initial Public Offering) and the NDR (Non Deal Roadshow) - 9:04
    • Introduction to Investment Banking Modeling, Mergers & Acquisitions & Valuation - 19:09
    • Coming up with M&A (Mergers & Acquisitions) Ideas - 4:45
  • 9. Investment Banking Part 2: Getting Hired, Promoted, Pros & Cons and Much More
    • How to Get Promoted in Investment Banking - 7:08
    • 7 Amazing Interview Tips for Investment Banking (or ANY Financial Analyst) Jobs - 19:23
    • How to "Manage Up" in Investment Banking and Financial Services in General - 3:42
    • The Pros and Cons of Working in Investment Banking - 4:10
    • Investment Banking Politics to Be Aware of - 3:50
  • 10. Stock Markets + Portfolio Management: Part 1: Learn by Doing Excel Exercises
    • Excel Exercise #5: Stock Market Index,Valuation, Earnings+Conditional Formatting - 4:06
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #5: Part 1 of 3 (Answers to Questions 1 through 6) - 18:49
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #5: Part 2 of 3 (Answers to Questions 7 through 9) - 20:11
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #5: Part 3 of 3 (Answers to Questions 10 through 12) - 13:42
  • 11. Stock Markets + Portfolio Management: Part 2: Learn by Doing Excel Exercises
    • Exercise #6: Stock Sector Analysis, Risk Management, Data Feeds & Data Analysis - 2:00
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #6: Part 1 of 4 (Answers to Questions 1 through 6) - 17:24
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #6: Part 2 of 4 (Answers to Questions 7 through 8) - 12:05
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #6: Part 3 of 4 (Answer to Question 9) - 16:30
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #6: Part 4 of 4 (Answer to Question 10) - 4:27
  • 12. Stock Markets + Portfolio Management: Part 3: Learn by Doing Excel Exercises
    • Exercise #7: Introduction to the INCREDIBLE Yahoo Finance "A.P.I.!" - 4:14
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #7: Part 1 of 3 (Answers to Questions 1 and 2) - 16:22
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #7: Part 2 of 3 (Answer to Question 3) - 4:08
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #7: Part 3 of 3 (Answers to Questions 4 and 5) - 5:12
    • Side Note: It Shouldn’t Be About $, But Here is What an Analyst Makes - 5:16
  • 13. Stock Markets + Portfolio Management: Part 4: Learn by Doing Excel Exercises
    • Excel Exercise #8: Introduction: FX Exchange, Spinners, Check-boxes and More! - 2:17
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #8: Part 1 of 3 (Answers to Questions 1 through 7) - 1:58
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #8: Part 2 of 3 (Answer to Question 8) - 6:32
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #8: Part 3 of 3 (Answers to Questions 9 and 10) - 4:07
  • 14. Creating Your Portfolio Management & Investment Analysis Excel Dashboard Part 1
    • Exercise #9: Intro: VLOOKUP for Sector Drivers, Sector and Stock Risk Exposure - 1:47
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #9: Part 1 of 3 (Answers to Questions 1 and 2) - 17:51
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #9: Part 2 of 3 (Answers to Questions 3 through 7) - 15:47
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #9: Part 3 of 3 (Answers to Questions 8 through 10) - 5:01
  • 15. Creating Your Portfolio Management & Investment Analysis Excel Dashboard Part 2
    • Exercise #10: Intro: Beta/Alpha+ More Portfolio/Risk Management Dashboard Topics - 3:26
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #10: Part 1 of 4 (Answers to Questions 1 through 5) - 17:43
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #10: Part 2 of 4 (Answers to Questions 6 through 8) - 1:40
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #10: Part 3 of 4 (Answers to Questions 9 and 10) - 20:09
    • Answers to Excel Exercise #10: Part 4 of 4 (Answers to Questions 11 through 17) - 18:44
  • 16. "Sell Side" Equity Research Part 1: What is it + How they Research Investments
    • What is the Sell Side and How Does it Work? - 9:01
    • The Relationship Between the "Sell Side" and the"Buy Side" - 5:27
    • Coming Up with Sell Side Research Ratings - 6:34
    • How to Create a Detailed Investment Research Report (22 Page Template Attached) - 9:12
    • Earnings Reports (What Are they and How to Write them) - 7:58
    • How to Pitch Investments Ideas to the Buy Side (to Hedge and Mutual Funds) - 2:41
    • Modeling for Sell Side Analysts - 2:02
  • 17. "Sell Side" Equity Research Part 2: Getting Promoted, Hired, Politics & More
    • How to Get Promoted in Sell Side Equity Research - 4:00
    • 7 Things You Must Do to Get Hired as a Financial Analyst in Equity Research - 1:51
    • How to Manage Up in Equity Research - 5:51
    • The Pros and Cons of Being an Equity Research Analyst - 3:45
    • Equity Sell Side Research Politics to Be Aware of - 2:20
    • A Day in the Life of a Sell Side Analyst - 5:00
  • 18. Surprise Compliance Emergency Lecture (Please take Compliance Very Seriously)
    • Side Note: Important Compliance Topics - 3:20
    • Please Be Careful and Always Compliant. Thanks - 3:51
  • 19. Venture Capital Part 1: Introduction, Coming Up with Ideas + Beating Other VCs
    • Venture Capital Overview - 12:09
    • How Do You Find GREAT Venture Capital Ideas? - 4:05
    • Pitching VC Ideas to the Partner You Work For - 17:48
    • How Do You Win Deals in Venture Capital Over Other Firms? - 6:13
    • How to Create Financial Models in the Venture Capital Sector - 5:43
  • 20. Venture Capital Part 2: Getting Promoted, Hired, Pros & Cons, Politics in VC etc
    • How to Get Promoted to Partner at a VC Firm - 3:29
    • How to Get Hired at a VC Firm - 4:05
    • How to Manage Up at a VC Firm - 2:01
    • Venture Capital Pros and Cons - 3:40
    • Politics at a VC Firm - 2:09
    • Venture Capital a Day in the Life - 5:11
    • Side Note: 10 Meetings Best Practices - 3:44
  • 21. "Buy Side" Part 1: Hedge Funds & Short Positions (Opposite of Owning a Stock)
    • Hedge Funds Introduction & How Does a Short Work (Opposite of Owning a Stock) - 9:12
    • A Day in the Life of a Hedge Fund Analyst - 4:39
    • Pros and Cons of Working at a Hedge Fund - 2:08
    • Other Hedge Fund Strategies (Event Driven, Computer Trading etc.) - 4:48
    • Side Note: You Need MANY Mentors if You Want a Promotion! - 2:39
  • 22. "Buy Side" Part 2: Mutual Funds (Longer Term Investing, Unlike Most Hedgies)
    • Mutual Funds Introduction & How Do they Work? - 6:09
    • A Day in the Life of a Mutual Fund Analyst - 2:13
    • Pros and Cons of Working at a Mutual Fund - 2:56
  • 23. "Buy Side" Part 3: What is a Buy Side Research Process?
    • Research Process Introduction - 2:37
    • 8 Step Research Process - 7:55
    • Completing an Investment Idea Template - 5:12
    • Differences Between the Research Process at a Hedge Fund and at a Mutual Fun - 1:23
    • Interviewing Management as Part of the Investment Research Process - 8:24
    • Quiz on the Investment Research Process
  • 24. "Buy Side" Part 4: Catalysts (Meaning the Reason to Invest as Timing is Crucial)
    • What is an Investment Catalyst and Why is it Important? - 1:10
    • Catalysts for Hedge Funds - 5:17
    • Catalysts for Mutual Funds - 4:26
    • Quiz on Catalysts
    • Side Note: More Details on the Quarterly Earnings Call - 3:54
  • 25. "Buy Side" Part 5: Coming Up with Hedge Fund (Shorter-Term) Investment Ideas
    • Introduction to Coming Up with Hedge Fund Long (Buy) and Short Ideas. - 1:10
    • Top Down Versus Bottoms Up Hedge Fund Investment Ideas & Themes - 2:47
    • How to Create and Pitch Hedge Fund Long Ideas - 4:58
    • How to Create and Pitch Hedge Fund Short Ideas + Exercise - 6:38
    • Hedge Fund Idea Templates (Use these to impress your boss or potential boss)
  • 26. Trading Technical Analysis and Trader (and Other) Financial Analyst Roles
    • Analyzing Technicals and Stop Losses - 14:26
    • Introduction to Traders and 9 Other Financial Analyst Roles - 2:32
    • Salestrader Financial Analyst Role (Part of an Investment Bank) - 1:03
    • Salestrader Pros and Cons - 2:09
    • Salestrader Day in the Life - 3:26
    • Sell Side Trader Financial Analyst Role (Part of an Investment Bank) - 5:05
    • Sell Side Trader Pros and Cons - 1:44
    • Sell Side Trader Day in the Life - 3:12
    • Buy Side Trader (@ a Hedge Fund or Mutual Fund) Financial Analyst Role Overview - 2:02
    • Buy Side Trader Pros and Cons - 2:43
    • Buy Side Trader Day in the Life - 4:02
  • 27. "Buy Side" Part 6: Coming Up with Mutual Fund (Longer Term) Investment Ideas
    • Introduction to Coming Up with Mutual Fund Long (Buy) Ideas. - 1:24
    • How to Create and Pitch Mutual Fund Long (Buy) Ideas - 10:31
    • Long Only Mutual Fund Template (Use this to Impress your Boss/Potential Boss)
  • 28. "Buy Side" Part 7: Buy Side Interview
    • Getting Hired as a Mutual Fund Analyst: 9 GREAT Strategies - 5:45
    • Getting Hired as a Hedge Fund Analyst - 9:47
  • 29. "Buy Side" Part 8: Keeping Your Boss (Portfolio Manager) Happy @ a Hedge Fund
    • How to Manage Up (Yep - Your Boss Who is the Portfolio Manager) - 3:35
    • Politics in Hedge Funds to Be Aware of - 3:33
  • 30. "Buy Side" Part 9: Keeping Your Boss (Portfolio Manager) Happy at a Mutual Fund
    • How to Manage Up (Yep - Your Boss Who is the Portfolio Manager) - 3:27
    • Politics in Mutual Funds to Be Aware of - 1:53
  • 31. "Buy Side" Part 10: Beta & Getting Promoted from Analyst to Port. M. @Hedge fund
    • What is the Role of a Hedge Fund Portfolio Manager? - 15:01
    • How to Get Promoted from Analyst to Portfolio Manager Part 1 of 2 - 1:53
    • How to Get Promoted from Analyst to Portfolio Manager Part 2 of 2 - 14:17
  • 32. "Buy Side" Part 11: Getting Promoted from Analyst to PM @ Mutual Fund
    • What is the Role of a Mutual Fund Portfolio Manager? - 4:51
    • How to Get Promoted from Analyst to Portfolio Manager at a Mutual Fund - 5:55
  • 33. Equity Sales Financial Analyst Role (Part of an Investment Bank)
    • Equity Sales Overview - 2:16
    • Equity Sales Pros and Cons - 2:53
    • Equity Sales Day in the Life - 5:50
  • 34. Equity Capital Markets (ECM) Financial Analyst Role (Part of an Investment Bank)
    • Equity Capital Markets (ECM) Overview - 1:05
    • Equity Capital Markets (ECM) Pros and Cons - 1:58
    • Equity Capital Markets (ECM) Day in the Life - 5:07
  • 35. Computer / Artificial Intelligence Financial Analyst Role
    • Computer / Artificial Intelligence Overview - 1:10
    • Computer / Artificial Intelligence Pros and Cons - 3:29
    • Computer / Artificial Intelligence Day in the Life - 4:11
  • 36. Private Equity Financial Analyst Role
    • Private Equity Overview - 1:34
    • Private Equity Day in the Life - 3:42
    • Private Equity Pros and Cons....AND A SURPRISE! - 3:02
  • 37. Private Wealth Management
    • Private Wealth Management Overview - 3:42
    • Private Wealth Management Pros and Cons - 3:02
    • Private Wealth Management Day in the Life - 2:42
  • 38. Large Non-Finance Company Financial Analyst Role
    • Financial Analyst at a Large Non Finance Company Overview - 1:19
    • Financial Analyst at a Large Non Finance Company Pros and Cons - 1:19
    • Financial Analyst at a Large Non Finance Company Day in the Life - 2:29
  • 39. Introduction to Creating Financials, Modeling and Valuing Companies
    • Introducing Your "7 Step Financial Statement + Modeling + Valuation Template" - 6:52
    • Step 1: Financial Modeling Best Practices - 5:23
  • 40. Forecasting Revenue and Case Study #1: Projecting Shark VR’s Revenue
    • Step 2: Forecasting Revenue (How to Use the Step 2 Excel Tab) - 17:14
    • Case Study #1: Helping Shark Virtual Reality with Revenue Modeling - 12:34
    • Answers to Case Study #1: Helping Shark Virtual Reality with Revenue Modeling - 14:07
  • 41. Intro to the Income Statement & Case #2: Making Shark VR’s Income Statement
    • Why is the Income Statement Important & How Can It Help You Achieve Your Goals - 3:10
    • Income Statement Explanation - 3:57
    • Income Statement Example and Analysis - 8:46
    • Step 3: Income Statement (How to Use the Step 3 Excel Tab) - 20:50
    • Case Study #2: Helping Shark Virtual Reality with the Income Statement - 5:14
    • Answers to Case Study #2: Helping Shark Virtual Reality with Revenue Modeling - 12:19
  • 42. Intro to the Balance Sheet & Case #3: Making Shark VR’s Balance Sheet
    • Why is the Balance Sheet Important & How Can It Help You Achieve Your Goals - 1:12
    • Balance Sheet Explanation - 2:04
    • Balance Sheet Example and Analysis - 8:39
    • Step 4: Balance Sheet (How to Use the Step 4 Excel Tab) - 7:42
    • Case Study #3: Helping Shark Virtual Reality with the Balance Sheet - 3:08
    • Answer to Case Study #3: Helping Shark Virtual Reality with the Balance Sheet - 6:31
  • 43. Intro to the Cash Flow Statement & Case #4: Making Shark VR’s CF Statement
    • Why is the Cash Flow Statement Important+How Can It Help You Achieve Your Goals - 1:53
    • Cash Flow Statement Explanation - 2:07
    • Cash Flow Statement Example and Analysis - 6:33
    • Step 5: Cash Flow Statement (How to Use the Step 5 Excel Tab) - 9:03
    • Case Study #4: Helping Shark Virtual Reality with the Cash Flow Statement - 1:39
    • Answer to Case Study #4: Helping Shark VR with the Cash Flow Statement - 1:55
    • Financial Statement Analysis Conclusion (How All 3 Statements Are Related) - 2:18
  • 44. Financial Model Data Sources and Financial Models
    • Why is Financial Modeling Important & How Can It Help You Achieve Your Goals - 2:15
    • You Already Know How to Model! : ) - 1:23
    • Model Data Source #1 of 3: SEC.gov - 7:21
    • Model Data Source #2 of 3: Investor Relations (Also Called "I.R.") - 11:11
    • Model Data Source #3 of 3: Yahoo Finance - 5:25
  • 45. The IPO of Shark Virtual Reality Part 1 (Case #5 Modeling Shark VR)
    • THIS IS THE BIG ONE!!!!!! WOOOHOOO!!!!! - 1:31
    • Case Study #5: The S-1 for Shark Virtual Reality - 1:21
    • Answer to Case Study #5: The S-1 for Shark Virtual Reality - 4:12
  • 46. Intro to Valuation (for All Types of Investors, including Growth & Value I
    • Introduction to Valuation - 1:16
    • More Detail on Growth Versus Value and P/E + P/R + DCF Overview - 5:13
    • Exercise: Valuation Best Practices Quiz
  • 47. Valuation Using DCF & Case #6: Valuing Shark VR Using DCF
    • What is DCF, Why is it Important and How Does it Work? - 6:17
    • Calculating the Terminal Value - 2:42
    • Calculating the Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) - 6:16
    • DCF Example - 7:45
    • Step 6: DCF Valuation (How to Use the Step 6 Excel Tab) - 17:08
    • Case Study #6: Valuation Using DCF for Shark Virtual Reality - 0:24
    • Answer to Case Study #6: Valuation Using DCF for Shark Virtual Reality - 2:41
  • 48. Valuation Using Price/Revenue (P/R) & Case #7: Valuing Shark VR Using P/R
    • What is Price / Revenue and Why Do We Need to Base a Target Price on this Ratio? - 1:59
    • What is Price / Revenue and Why Do We Need to Base a Target Price on this Ratio? - 1:44
    • Price to Revenue Example - 8:33
    • Step 7: Other Valuations (How to Use the Step 7 Excel Tab) - 3:06
    • Case Study #7: Valuation Using P/R for Shark Virtual Reality - 1:39
    • Answer to Case Study #7: Valuation Using P/R for Shark Virtual Reality - 1:39
  • 49. Valuation Using P/E, Other Ways to Value Firms & Case #8: Valuing S
    • Introduction to P/E and Why it Matters - 2:46
    • Case Study #8: Valuation Using P/E for Shark Virtual Reality - 1:10
    • Answer to Case Study #8: Valuation Using P/E for Shark Virtual Reality - 1:04
    • Additional Valuation Methodologies - 1:44
  • 50. The IPO of Shark Virtual Reality Part 2: Valuing Shark VR & HOW DID THE DEAL DO?
    • Discussing of the Shark Virtual Reality IPO (Continues in the Next Lecture) - 14:49
    • ...Additional Shark VR IPO Discussion and Who is this "Shark?" - 9:21
  • 51. How Hedge Funds & Mutual Funds Model and Value Shark VR (Case #9 and #10)
    • How Hedge Funds Create Financial Models and Target Prices - 0:57
    • Case Study #9: Hedge Fund Valuation and Modeling of Shark Virtual Reality - 1:12
    • Answer to Case Study #9: Hedge Fund Valuation and Modeling of Shark VR - 1:34
    • How Mutual Funds Create Financial Models and Target Prices - 2:49
    • Case Study #10: Mutual Fund Valuation and Modeling of Shark VR - 1:17
    • Answer to Case Study #10: Mutual Fund Valuation and Modeling of Shark VR - 1:25
  • 52. Ethics & Compliance (Stay Out of Jail)
    • Compliance is CRUCIAL for all Financial Analysts - 10:41
  • 53. HOSTILE TAKEOVER ALERT & Course Conclusion!!! Wow...
    • WOW WHAT A FINISH! Putting it all Together! - 5:48

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The Complete Job, Interview, Resume, LinkedIn & Networking Guide

Build the Perfect Resume & Land Your Dream Job with Help From an Award-Winning Professor

By Chris Haroun | in Online Courses

Description

If you're looking to land a new job or even change careers entirely, The Complete Job, Interview, Resume/LinkedIn & Networking Guide is the perfect first step. Written by the author of the best-selling online business course "An Entire MBA in 1 Course," this complete guide to finding a job is the most thorough online career development training on the market. Not only is the instructor an award-winning professor, TEDx Talk speaker, and entrepreneur, but he's also made major career changes himself. He brings his personal experience to this comprehensive career course, which packs 12 hours, 250 lectures, 67 easy-to-complete exercises, and 29 templates/other downloads to help you get your dream job. From optimizing your LinkedIn to mastering the interview process, this guide leaves no stone unturned.

  • Build the perfect resume (using a format the author have successfully used for more than 20 years)
  • Interview better than anyone else & easily answer ANY interview question
  • Learn to turn your weaknesses into strengths
  • Build the perfect LinkedIn profile so recruiters & employers can find you
  • Network better than anyone else so you can land your dream job or even get customers
  • Learn how the author went from working at Goldman Sachs to the tech industry to consulting to hedge funds to venture capital

Instructor

Chris Haroun is an award winning business school professor, venture capitalist, MBA graduate from Columbia University and former Goldman Sachs employee. He has raised/managed over $1bn in his career. He also has work experience at hedge fund giant Citadel, consulting firm Accenture, and several firms that he has started, including an investment firm that had a venture capital / private investment in Facebook several years before the Facebook IPO. He is the founder and CEO of Haroun Education Ventures.

Chris is the author of 101 Crucial Lessons They Don't Teach You In Business School. Forbes recently called this book '1 of 6 books that all entrepreneurs must read right now'.

He is also the author of The Ultimate Practical Business Manual: Everything You Need to Know About Business (from Launching a Company to Taking it Public), and 10 other business books.

Chris is also a frequent guest lecturer at several Bay Area business schools including Berkeley and Stanford. He has written numerous articles and has been interviewed in Forbes, VentureBeat, Entrepreneur Magazine, Wired Magazine, AlleyWatch and Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) which is Hong Kong's oldest and sole public service broadcaster. He has his own entrepreneurship column in Inc. magazine.

He has an MBA in Finance from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Commerce Degree with a major in Management Information Systems and International Business from McGill University where he is a McGill University Dobson Fellow. He has founded several companies, including his most recent company, BusinessCareerCoaching and he serves on the boards of several Bay Area technology companies and charities and he lives in Hillsborough, California. Chris Haroun's goal is to "make business education impactful and entertaining with no boring theory; edutainment works!"

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • SECTION 1: Introduction to Getting Your Dream Job and How to Take this Course
    • 10 Reasons Why People Don't Do Well in Interviews & Why You Will Do Well! - 3:07
    • Attached Are Your 3 Success Journals for this Course & Why This Will Help You - 2:18
    • Interview Journal Exercise #1: Let's Find Out What Your Weaknesses Are Right Now - 0:43
    • [Optional] Side Note: Get Free Daily Helpful Business & Career Development Videos
  • SECTION 2: Part 1 of 3: Interviewing: Let's Turn Your Weaknesses into Strengths
    • Addressing Your Weaknesses Introduction - 2:07
    • Interview Journal Exercise #2: Let's Turn Your Weaknesses into Strengths - 1:25
    • #1 You Don’t Think You Have Enough Work Experience to Get the Job. - 2:26
    • #2: You Don’t Think You Have the Right Education to Get the Job. - 2:28
    • #3: You Have Had Too Many Jobs for Short Periods of Time. - 2:41
    • #4: You Were Fired or Let Go. - 5:20
    • #5: You Were Unemployed or Didn’t Work for An Extended Period of Time. - 3:16
    • #6: You Think You Are Too Young. - 2:45
    • #7: You Think You Are Too Old. - 2:21
    • #8: You Are Overqualified for The Job. - 2:03
    • #9: You Might Not Have the Right Work Visa. - 2:47
    • #10: You Don't Have the Right Background or Life Experiences. - 2:11
    • #11: You Have Worked in Industries that Have Nothing to Do with This Job. - 1:03
    • #12: You Don’t Have Enough Confidence to do Well in Interviews. - 1:04
    • #13: Something Happened to Or By You That Might Stop You From Getting Hired. - 7:46
    • #14: Your Grades or Test Scores Aren't High Enough. - 3:36
    • You Should Now Have the Confidence to Address These Perceived Weaknesses. - 1:40
    • Side Note: Please Don't Discuss Compensation Until You Get the Offer : )
  • SECTION 3: What Are Your Strengths & How to Ace Questions About What You Are Good At
    • Addressing Your Strengths Introduction - 1:38
    • Interview Journal Exercise #3.1: What Your Strengths Are & How to Address Them - 0:59
    • #1: Teamwork - How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality - 1:15
    • #2: Passion - How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality - 1:13
    • #3: Dedication & Hard Work - How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality - 0:57
    • #4: Enjoy - How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality - 2:26
    • #5: Exceed Expectations - How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality - 2:51
    • #6: Dependable - How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality - 2:34
    • #7: Organized - How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality - 1:43
    • #8: Customer Focused - How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality - 1:26
    • #9 What Makes You Different? - How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality - 4:43
    • #10 Why Has Everything You Have Done in Your Life Lead You to Excel at This Job? - 2:08
    • Additional Strength Key Words to Mention/Discuss if You Can in the Interview.... - 2:15
    • Interview Journal Exercise #3.2: Put Additional Strength Key Words Into Answers - 0:53
  • SECTION 4: What to Bring to the Interview to Increase Your Chances of Getting Hired
    • Introduction to Items to Bring to the Interview - 1:31
    • Why the "What to Bring" Strategy Has Worked for Me Over and Over Again - 4:45
    • Interview Journal Exercise #4.1: What to Bring Checklist for Interviews - 6:07
    • Interview Journal Exercise #4.2: If Interviewing for Finance Job Make/Bring This - 3:29
    • Interview Journal Exercise #4.3: If Interviewing for Management Job Make/Bring.. - 2:08
    • Interview Journal Exercise #4.4: If Interviewing for A Sales Job Make/Bring This - 4:12
    • Interview Journal Exercise #4.5: If Interviewing for Operations Make/Bring This - 5:05
    • Interview Journal Exercise #4.6: If Interviewing for Assistant Job Make/Bring... - 2:12
    • Interview Journal Exercise #4.7 If Interviewing for Human Resources Make/Bring.. - 2:21
    • Side Note: Do Research on the Company Before the Interview : )
    • Interview Journal Exercise #4.8 If Interviewing for A Job Not Mentioned Above... - 2:24
  • SECTION 5: How to Answer Any Question You Have No Idea How to Answer & Using Frameworks
    • Introduction to Frameworks and Answering Questions When You Are Stuck - 1:11
    • Interview Crutch Introduction - 4:30
    • Answering Qualitative General Business or Consulting Questions Using Frameworks - 3:43
    • Answering Qualitative Questions Using the S.W.O.T. Analysis Framework - 2:06
    • Answering Qualitative Questions Using the B.C.G. Analysis Framework - 3:07
    • Answering Qualitative Questions Using the P.L.C. Analysis Framework - 1:04
    • Answering Qualitative Questions Using the Porters 5 Forces Analysis Framework - 0:38
    • Answering Quantitative or Finance Questions Using these 5 Frameworks I Created - 10:46
    • HELP! How Do You Answer Questions When You Have No Idea! Use this Framework! - 1:42
    • Interview Journal Exercise #5.1: How to Answer Questions When Lost Template - 0:43
    • Interview Journal Exercise #5.2: Optional: Complete this Additional Template - 0:44
  • SECTION 6: What You Must Know About the Company That Is Interviewing You
    • Introduction to Company Research Strategies - 1:29
    • How to Research the Company You Are Interviewing at Part 1 of 2 - 2:01
    • How to Research the Company You Are Interviewing at Part 2 of 2 - 2:56
    • Interview Journal Exercise #6: Checklist of What You Need to Know About the Firm - 2:42
  • SECTION 7: Bond with the Interviewer First!
    • Introduction to Why Bonding is Crucial in an Interview - 0:44
    • Strategy for the First 5-10 Minutes of Every Interview - 2:05
    • Can You Pass the O’Hare Test? - 9:36
    • Side Note: Did this Candidate Pass the Interview Test? : )
    • Search LinkedIn & Learn More About Your Potential Interviewers Before Interviews - 1:58
    • Interview Journal Exercise #7.1: List 2 Things You Have In Common With Them - 1:14
    • Interview Journal Exercise #7.2: Questions to Remember to Pass the O'Hare Test - 0:35
  • SECTION 8: Transition Words, Words to Use, Words Not to Use and Words That Buy You Time!
    • Introduction to Transition Words - 1:08
    • Structuring Logic with Transition Words and Words to Use that Will Buy You Time - 2:43
    • Words to Say that Your Interviewer Will Remember and Appreciate - 2:58
    • Words or Things to Never Say in an Interview!... - 1:56
    • Transition Words to Use When You Want to Politely Disagree with the Interviewer - 0:44
    • Journal Exercise #8: Using Transition Words to Structure Your Logic and Buy Time - 0:56
  • SECTION 9: When to Stop Talking & How do You Know If You Are Doing Well (Do They Like You)?
    • Introduction to Knowing How You Are Doing - 0:53
    • How Do You Know if the Interviewer Likes You? - 0:53
    • Don’t Ever Oversell "Or You Will Lose the Sale" - 2:45
  • SECTION 10: How to Know What the Next Question is That They Will Ask You?
    • Introduction to Predicting What They Will Ask Next - 0:48
    • How to Answer Questions the Strategic and Pre-emptive Way.... - 5:30
    • Interview Journal Exercise #10: Answering the Preemptive & Logical Strategic Way - 1:02
    • Side Note: Please Please Pleaaaaase Remember the Name of the Interviewer : )
  • SECTION 11: Practice Answering These Tough Questions (and My Humble Thoughts on How)
    • Introduction to Practicing Answering Questions - 0:59
    • Interview Journal Exercise #11: Answering These Tough Questions - 0:43
    • Answering the "Why Do You Want to Leave Your Current Company" Question - 3:27
    • Answering the "I Don't Think You Are Qualified for this Job" Question - 3:21
    • Answering "Why Were You Fired [if Applicable]". Be Honest (it Works) - 3:20
    • Answering the "What is Your Weakness" Question - 1:13
    • Answering the "What is Your Strength" Question - 1:47
    • Answering the "Tell Me About Yourself" Question - 1:53
    • Answering the "Tell Me About X" Questions - 2:56
    • WOW....Answering "What Computer Security Vulnerability Have You Uncovered?" - 2:34
    • Answering "Do You Have Something on Your Record We Should Know About" Question - 2:32
    • Answering "How Much Does a 747 Weigh?" from My Citadel Hedge Fund Interview - 1:45
    • Answering "Why Are Construction Hole Covers Round" from Microsoft Interviews - 0:48
    • Answering the "Parking Lot Question" from My Procter & Gamble Interview - 2:26
    • Answering the "What is Your Biggest Failure" Question - 2:00
    • Answering "Why Didn't You Go to Harvard" Question - They Asked Me this @ Goldman - 0:43
    • Answering the "Work Visa" Question - 2:29
    • Answering the "I Hate Where You Are from" Question. Seriously? - 1:35
    • Answering "What is Your #1 Investment Idea. No I Mean #2. No I Mean #3" @Goldman - 1:25
    • Answering "I See You Speak Multiple Languages So I'll Interview You in French!" - 1:07
  • SECTION 12: Why You Need to Think Like Your Interviewer & Help Them with Their Career
    • Introduction to Thinking Like the Interviewer - 2:13
    • What Value Can You Add Immediately to Show You are Proactive and Resourceful - 1:50
    • Interview Journal Exercise #12: How Can You Help Your Interviewer's Career? - 2:51
    • Side Note: Make Sure You Show that You Are Focused on 1 Job Function Only : )
  • SECTION 13: Additional Crucial Strategies to Address in Interviews
    • Technology to Use to Record Yourself Interviewing and What to Watch Out For - 1:50
    • The Drill Down Tactic That Interviewers Use - 1:20
    • Tip to Learn How Your Interviewer(s) Pronounce Their Names - 2:10
    • Dealing with An Aggressive or Confrontational Interviewer - 0:43
    • Topics to Never Bring Up in an Interview - 1:00
    • Asking Friends, Family and Strangers for Help With Your Upcoming Interview - 1:02
    • Strategies to Use with a Skype or Phone Interview - 3:10
    • Side Note: Internet Based Interviews - Please Check the Audio & Visual First : )
    • Best Way to Avoid Being Nervous (Don't Worry They Can't Tell You Are Nervous!) - 1:24
    • Why You Must Assume All People Interviewing You Are More Senior Than You - 0:49
    • You Must Show Consistency (Everything In My Life Lead Up to This Opportunity) - 0:51
    • Interview Journal Exercise #13: Why Everything You've Done Leads Up to this Job - 1:18
  • SECTION 14: Body Language, Tone, Voice Modulation and Demeanor During the Interview
    • Introduction to Body Language Strategies - 1:16
    • Eye Contact Strategy - 1:19
    • The Hand Shake, Smile and Business Card Exchange - 3:16
    • Tone and Voice Modulation - 1:14
    • Hand Gestures, Seating Posture and When to Stand - 0:33
    • Qualities that Interviewers Like and Additional Demeanor Commentary - 1:17
    • Interview Journal Exercise #14: Improving Body Language When Answering Questions - 1:40
  • SECTION 15: What to Wear to the Interview
    • What to Wear to the Interview - 0:42
    • Why I Failed At My Microsoft Interview in 1993 - 2:36
    • How do I know What to Wear? What Are the Resources? - 1:21
    • Side Note: What Not to Wear and How Not to Conduct Yourself In an Interview : )
  • SECTION 16: Reasons I Have Hired and Not Hired People
    • Don't Hire People that Are Arrogant - 2:29
    • Don’t Hire Someone that Wants the Job Only for the Money - 1:08
    • Don't Hire Anyone that Lacks Focus - 0:56
  • SECTION 17: Strategies Based on the Seniority of the Person Interviewing You
    • Introduction to Why it is Crucial to Understand Rank in Interviews - 2:37
    • How to Interview with an Executive 2 Levels More Senior Than You (Act Smartest) - 2:35
    • How to Interview with an Executive 1 Level More Senior Than You (Careful...) - 2:57
    • How to Interview with an Executive at Your Level or More Junior than You - 2:07
    • How to Interview with An Executive from a Different Department - 1:10
    • Please Note, Interviewing with Smaller/Start-ups Requires a Different Approach - 1:19
    • Journal Exercise #17: Interviewing with Executives from Different Levels - 0:53
  • SECTION 18: Questions to Ask in The Interviews
    • Why it is Crucial to Prepare Questions and Change Them Based Who Interviews You - 1:44
    • At What Point in the Interview Should You Ask Questions? - 0:37
    • Questions to Ask Executives that Are 2 Or More Levels Senior to You - 3:24
    • Questions to Ask More Senior Executives in Different Departments - 1:08
    • Questions to Ask Your Potential New Boss - 2:11
    • Questions to Ask Executives that Are the Same Level as You or More Junior - 0:34
    • Interview Journal Exercise #18: What Questions to Ask Based On Their Levels - 1:01
  • SECTION 19: What to Do the Morning of the Interview (Before the Interview)
    • Introduction to the Pre Interview Morning Strategy - 0:56
    • How to Get Into the Ideal/Perfect State/Mood For the Interview - 1:27
    • What to Read Before the Interview During Breakfast - 1:33
    • When to Show Up for the Interview - 1:04
    • Interview Journal Exercise #19: Complete the Morning of The Interview Checklist - 1:08
  • SECTION 20: What to Do Immediately After the Interview
    • Introduction to the Post Interview Strategy - 1:15
    • Thank you Emails and Handwritten Note Strategy - 4:57
    • Journal Exercise #20: What to Do Immediately After The Interview Checklist - 1:05
    • What Do You Do 1 Week After the Interview if You Haven't Heard from The Company? - 2:15
    • 2 Weeks Have Passed...What Should I Do? - 0:48
    • Please Take at Least 1 Week Off in Between Jobs (or Longer if You Can)! - 0:31
  • SECTION 21: You Got the Job! Now What?
    • WAIT Don't Quit Your Current Job Without Asking Your Company About These 3 Items - 1:04
    • Negotiating Your Salary or a Guarantee - 1:08
    • What to Include in Your Email+LinkedIn Update to All Stating You Are Leaving - 0:58
    • Journal Exercise #21: What to Write in Your "Moving On" Email/LinkedIn Update - 1:11
  • SECTION 22: What if You Don't Get the Job & When to Turn Down the Offer
    • What to Do If You Don't Get the Job+Why Interviewing is a GREAT Use of Your Time - 2:11
    • How to Respond to a Rejection - 2:23
    • When to Turn Down a Job Offer - 2:46
    • Interview Journal Exercise #22: How to Respond to a Rejection Via Email - 0:53
  • SECTION 23: Part 1 Conclusion+Inc.com Articles I Published that Could Help with Interviewing
    • Part 1 Best Practices & Conclusion! - 1:41
    • How to Know When to Stop Talking in Any Interview or Negotiation
    • Questions You Must Answer to Get Hired or Close a Sale!
    • Please Conquer These 11 Interview and Business Fears Right Now
    • 3 Hiring (and Firing) Secrets That All Top Leaders Have Mastered
  • SECTION 24: Part 2 of 3: Building the Perfect Resume, LinkedIn Profile+Goal Setting Workshop
    • Please Watch: Resume Building Introduction & the Optional Goal Setting Workshop - 21:04
    • Introduction to the Harvard Business School Resume Format & Why We Must Use It - 7:44
    • Resume Success Journal Exercise #24: What is Wrong with This Resume? - 0:41
    • A Discussion of the Answers to the Resume Success Journal Exercise #24 - 5:57
  • SECTION 25: Goal Setting Workshop:What Your Perfect Resume Will Look Like in 10yrs[Optional]
    • Introduction & Why This Goal Setting Exercise Will Change Your Life. - 7:07
    • Examples of Your Perfect Simple Resume in 10 Years - 6:17
    • Side Note: Passionate Speech by Matthew McConaughey on Him in 10 Years
    • Resume Success Journal Exercise #25.1: Part 1/4: Writing Down Your 10 Year Goals - 2:43
    • Resume Success Journal Exercise #25.2: Part 2/4: Categorizing Your Goals - 0:51
    • Resume Success Journal Exercise #25.3: Part 3/4: Filling the 'Gap' - 4:16
    • Resume Success Journal Exercise #25.4: Part 4/4: Finishing the Simple Resume - 1:01
    • Congratulations & 5 Ways to Ensure/Guarantee That You Achieve Your Goals. - 4:42
  • SECTION 26: Impactful Words & Job Titles to Include on Your Resume
    • Introduction to Impactful Words and Job Titles - 1:15
    • Impactful Words to Use on Your Resume - 8:27
    • What Tense to Use (Present or Past)? - 1:11
    • Resume Success Journal Exercise #26: Using Impactful Words & in the Right Tense - 0:35
    • Discussion of the Answers to Exercise #26 - 2:50
    • Position Titles to Use on Your Resume - 2:30
  • SECTION 27: Your Biggest Accomplishments in Your Life (So Far) & How to List On Your Resume
    • What Have You Done that's Impressive/Interesting/Unique to Impresses Interviewer - 9:02
    • Resume Journal Exercise #27: List Impressive/Interesting & Unique on a Resume - 1:10
  • SECTION 28: Creating the 1st of 3 Sections of Your Resume (The Work Experience Section)
    • Introduction & An Example of a Completed Resume - 1:05
    • How to Create a Superb Work Experience Section of the Resume - 2:21
    • Resume Journal Exercise #28: Creating the Work Experience Section of Your Resume - 4:26
  • SECTION 29: Creating the 2nd of 3 Sections of Your Resume (The Education Section)
    • How to Create a Superb Education Section of the Resume - 3:46
    • Resume Journal Exercise #29: Creating the Education Section of Your Resume - 2:46
  • SECTION 30: Creating the 3rd of 3 Sections of Your Resume (The Personal/Other Section)
    • How to Create a Superb Personal/Other Section of the Resume - 9:21
    • Resume Success Journal Exercise #30: Creating the Personal/Other Section - 2:03
  • SECTION 31: Formatting and Putting the Resume Content Together
    • Woohoo! Success Journal Exercise #31: Creating Final Resume Product - 8:06
  • SECTION 32: Applying for Jobs with a Cover Letter Strategy
    • The Only Thing That Matters When Writing A Cover Letter is... - 12:38
    • Cover Letter Overview - 2:13
    • The Changing Career Cover Letter (and Email Script if Applicable) - 6:48
    • The I am a Student Cover Letter (and Email Script if Applicable) - 7:21
    • The I'm Not a Student & I'm Not Changing Careers Cover Letter (& Email Script) - 6:50
    • Resume Success Journal Exercise #32: Writing Your Cover Letter or Email Script
  • SECTION 33: Optimizing or Creating Your LinkedIn Profile to Improve Your Career Prospects
    • Introduction to Optimizing/Improving Your LinkedIn Profile - 2:50
    • Creating/Improving Your LinkedIn Profile Using Your Resume - 4:58
    • Resume Journal Exercise #33: Copying Your Resume to Your LinkedIn Profile - 0:39
  • SECTION 34: Creating or Optimizing the Summary Section of Your LinkedIn Profile
    • Introduction to What to Write On the Summary Part of your LinkedIn Profile - 3:12
    • Checklist and Questions to Answer that Will Help You Write your LinkedIn Summary - 3:06
    • Resume Exercise #34.1: Checklist+Questions to Answer to Help Write Summary - 0:21
    • Putting it All Together and Writing Your Profile - 3:20
    • Resume Exercise #34.2: Finishing Your LinkedIn Summary & Adding it to LinkedIn - 1:05
  • SECTION 35: Adding More Depth to Your LinkedIn Profile
    • Adding More Work, Education, Personal Items & Bullet Points to Your Profile - 2:03
    • Resume Success Journal Exercise #35: Adding More Items to Your LinkedIn Profile - 1:55
    • Adding a Professional Photo/Head Shot - 1:55
  • SECTION 36: Adding Recommendations to Your LinkedIn Profile
    • Why and How to Ask for Recommendations and Who Should You Ask? - 4:23
    • Resume Success Journal Exercise #36: Adding Recommendations to Your Profile - 1:19
  • SECTION 37: Endorsing People on LinkedIn and Why You Should Do This
    • Why You Should 'Endorse' People on LinkedIn - 2:19
    • Resume Journal Exercise #37.1: Adding 50 Endorsement Words to Your Profile - 0:43
    • Resume Success Journal Exercise #37.2: Endorsing Your Contacts - 0:54
  • SECTION 38: Why We All Must Become Journalists in Order to Network: I Will Teach You How
    • Introduction to YOU as a Journalist (Networking Goldmine) - 5:55
    • Start Participating on LinkedIn Via Simple Updates - 0:54
    • What I Have Learned from Writing for Inc. Magazine, Wired and Other Publications - 7:48
    • Resume Success Journal Exercise #38: Create a LinkedIn Post on "Pulse" - 3:18
  • SECTION 39: Following Successful People on LinkedIn
    • Why Following Your Business Icons is Crucial on LinkedIn - 1:07
    • Who Should You Follow, Why and Who Should You Never Follow? - 1:27
    • Resume Success Journal Exercise #39: Following People on LinkedIn - 0:29
  • SECTION 40: Secrets to Get Recruiters & People You Want to Work for Notice You Via "Groups"
    • Why Joining Many Groups Helps You a Lot - 1:31
    • Resume Success Journal Exercise #40.1: Joining Many LinkedIn Groups - 0:35
    • Get Recruiters to Find You Via Search Engine Optimization ("S.E.O.") Keywords - 9:46
    • Resume Journal Exercise #40.2: SEO and Keyword Hacking on Your LinkedIn - 1:13
    • Resume Journal Exercise #40.3: Now Let's Add Many Contacts to Our Profile! - 1:08
  • SECTION 41: Important Non-LinkedIn Tips to Ensure Recruiters Notice You (the Right Way Only)
    • Why You Should Post Your Articles/Blogs to Google Plus - 1:40
    • Recruiters are Watching Be Careful & Remove Certain Social Media Items About You - 4:53
  • SECTION 42: Part 3 of 3: Networking: Now is the Best Time in Your Life & History to Network
    • Introduction and Why NOW is Your Time to Shine - 12:42
    • Why Are There So Many "Move from the Mail Room to the Corner Office" Stories? - 5:15
    • Why You Should Take Every Meeting (Yes You Do Have the Time) - 3:36
    • The More People You Meet the More People You Will Meet - 2:56
    • Networking Success Journal Exercise #42: Setting Up the Premium LinkedIn Feature - 4:39
  • SECTION 43: How Do We Get All of These Awesome Networking Meetings?
    • How Do We Get Meetings? - 19:31
    • Networking & Getting Meetings Using Your Hometown or Country of Origin - 2:57
    • Networking & Getting Meeting Using Your Background/Heritage..Leverage Your Roots - 0:59
    • Networking & Getting Meetings Using Schools You Have Attended - 2:41
    • Networking & Getting Meetings Using Companies You Have Worked At - 0:59
    • Networking & Getting Meetings Using Organizations You're a Member of - 1:28
    • Networking & Getting Meetings Through 2nd Degree Connections - 3:22
    • The Mother of All Networking Strategies is the Combo-Networking Approach - 2:28
    • Networking Success Journal Exercise #43: Contacting 1 Person for a Meeting - 0:51
  • SECTION 44: Maintaining Networking by Staying in Touch …How Can We Follow Up?
    • Finding Reasons to Stay in Touch - 2:19
    • How Often Should You Meet? - 1:07
    • Watch for New Job Announcements - 1:02
    • Networking Success Journal Exercise #44: Staying on Top of Career Moves - 0:36
  • SECTION 45: Networking to Help You Change or Start a New Career
    • Find and Take Advice from People that Have Changed Careers - 2:37
    • Understand Why You Want to Change Careers Before Making it Happen - 5:26
    • The Hybrid Career Change Approach - 1:32
    • Networking to Get a Different Role in the Same Firm or at a Different Firm - 2:30
    • Consider An Internship (Even An Unpaid One) - 1:16
    • Networking Success Journal Exercise #45.1: Setting Up an Informational Meeting - 1:09
    • Networking Success Journal Exercise #45.2: Find a Mentor in Another Department - 2:08
  • SECTION 46: Networking with Your Heart So You Can "Accidentally" Receive 10x > than You Give
    • Random Acts of Networking Kindness (This is Why Those People Are So Successful!) - 6:36
    • Why Networking is VERY Similar to Dating! What Can We Learn from This? - 12:54
    • Networking Success Journal Exercise #46.1: Using the N.M.E. Strategy - 1:46
    • Networking and Ask Those That Love You for Help (of Course They Want To Help!) - 1:16
    • Networking Success Journal Exercise #46.2: Setting Up Meeting to Mentor Someone - 1:26
    • Networking Tips from Steve Jobs
  • SECTION 47: Networking to Reach Your Goals [Optional: If You Completed the Goal Exercise]
    • Introduction to Filling the Gap So We Can Achieve Our Goals Via Networking Help - 2:06
    • Finding People that Achieved Your Work, Education and Personal 10 year Goals - 2:32
    • Networking Success Journal Exercise #47: Meeting with these 10yr Goal Achievers! - 0:22
  • SECTION 48: Networking Strategies if You Have No Idea What to Do and/or You're a Student
    • Introduction and Why Thinking Long Term Can Help You Figure It All Out - 1:12
    • Strategy #1: Staying in School (or Going Back to School Regardless of Your Age) - 1:41
    • Strategy #2: Network to Get an "Origination" Job (Makes You More Marketable) - 4:31
    • Strategy #3: Think with Your Heart Today & Help Others: Your Resume Will Love It - 5:49
    • Strategy #4: Keep Doing Informationals Over and Over and Over Again - 0:52
    • Networking Journal Exercise #48: Did People in Strategies 1-4 Make it Later? - 0:50
  • SECTION 49: Inc.com Articles I Published that Could Help with Networking
    • 5 Ways to Use Fewer Words for Stronger Emails to Send to Interviewers
    • Yes You Can Change Careers! Why to Cut All Ties with Negative People
    • Freedom to Live Life on Your Terms
    • This Video Will Change Your Life!
  • SECTION 50: Conclusion, Next Steps and Thank you!
    • Conclusion, Next Steps and Thank You! - 1:55

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101 Crucial Lessons They Don't Teach You In Business School

Climb the Career Ladder & Get a Meeting with Anyone Using Tips You Won't Find in an MBA Program

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Business schools focus a great deal on the theory behind success, but so many neglect the simpler, practical stuff, like how to network or find the right customers. Led by award-winning professor, venture capitalist, and author Chris Haroun, this course version of 101 Crucial Lessons They Don't Teach You In Business School is packed with advice, tips, and lessons for those very things left out in a typical MBA program. Jump in, and you'll gain the skills necessary to get a meeting with anyone, climb the career ladder, and reinvent yourself using the knowledge Chris has gained working with the biggest names in business, including Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, and Marc Benioff.

This course is based on the #1 most popular business book of the year, as voted by Business Insider readers.

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  • Gain advice & lessons from the world's biggest leaders, like Warren Buffett & Bill Gates
  • Learn business tips from an expert who has raised & managed over $1 billion in his career

Instructor

Chris Haroun is an award winning business school professor, venture capitalist, MBA graduate from Columbia University and former Goldman Sachs employee. He has raised/managed over $1bn in his career. He also has work experience at hedge fund giant Citadel, consulting firm Accenture, and several firms that he has started, including an investment firm that had a venture capital / private investment in Facebook several years before the Facebook IPO. He is the founder and CEO of Haroun Education Ventures.

Chris is the author of 101 Crucial Lessons They Don't Teach You In Business School. Forbes recently called this book '1 of 6 books that all entrepreneurs must read right now'.

He is also the author of The Ultimate Practical Business Manual: Everything You Need to Know About Business (from Launching a Company to Taking it Public), and 10 other business books.

Chris is also a frequent guest lecturer at several Bay Area business schools including Berkeley and Stanford. He has written numerous articles and has been interviewed in Forbes, VentureBeat, Entrepreneur Magazine, Wired Magazine, AlleyWatch and Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) which is Hong Kong's oldest and sole public service broadcaster. He has his own entrepreneurship column in Inc. magazine.

He has an MBA in Finance from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Commerce Degree with a major in Management Information Systems and International Business from McGill University where he is a McGill University Dobson Fellow. He has founded several companies, including his most recent company, BusinessCareerCoaching and he serves on the boards of several Bay Area technology companies and charities and he lives in Hillsborough, California. Chris Haroun's goal is to "make business education impactful and entertaining with no boring theory; edutainment works!"

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  • 101 Crucial Lessons They Don't Teach You in Business School
    • Course Introduction and What You Will Learn In This Course - 2:44
    • Section 1: Relationships are More Important than Product Knowledge - 16:57
    • [Optional] Side Note: Get Free Daily Helpful Business & Career Development Videos
    • Section 2: Be Long Term Greedy - 8:40
    • Section 3: Avoid Burnout - 6:25
    • Section 4: Create Off the Charts Confidence; Wear that Superman Cape! - 3:59
    • Section 5: Ethics; Use It or Lose It! - 4:50
    • Section 6: Every Battle is Won Before it has Been Fought… - 2:00
    • Section 7: Goal Setting - 8:49
    • Section 8: Happiness is… - 5:22
    • Section 9: Legal Stuff is Important - 2:14
    • Section 10: Management Best Practices - 3:12
    • Section 11: Navigating Corporate Politics; Swimming with Sharks - 7:33
    • Section 12: Only Take Advice from Successful People - 4:43
    • Section 13: Only the Paranoid Survive - 3:56
    • Section 14: Risk Taking - 5:03
    • Section 15: Sales Best Practices - 5:43
    • Section 16: Think Different - 4:41
    • Section 17: You Be You! - 4:01
    • Section 18: Concluding Remarks - 3:23

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The Complete Business Plan in One Course (Includes 50 Templates)

Everything You Need to Make a Great Business Plan by an Award Winning Business School Prof, VC & Successful Entrepreneur

By Chris Haroun | in Online Courses

Description

Welcome to the Complete Business Plan Course, which will help you make an incredible business plan from scratch. Everything that you need to make your awesome business plan is included in this course, including 50 business plan templates and an incredibly detailed 13-step process to help you make an entire business plan from scratch! Led by an award-winning MBA professor who is a top-selling online business teacher, top-selling author, former Goldman Sachs employee, Columbia MBA, and venture capitalist, this course will give you all of the training you need to turn your business idea into a reality.

  • Access 61 lectures & 8 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn what you need to get your business off the ground & funded
  • Discover a 13-step methodology to create a business plan
  • Get 50 business plan templates & 25 business presentations specifically made for startups

Instructor

Chris Haroun is an award winning business school professor, venture capitalist, MBA graduate from Columbia University and former Goldman Sachs employee. He has raised/managed over $1bn in his career. He also has work experience at hedge fund giant Citadel, consulting firm Accenture, and several firms that he has started, including an investment firm that had a venture capital / private investment in Facebook several years before the Facebook IPO. He is the founder and CEO of Haroun Education Ventures.

Chris is the author of 101 Crucial Lessons They Don't Teach You In Business School. Forbes recently called this book '1 of 6 books that all entrepreneurs must read right now'.

He is also the author of The Ultimate Practical Business Manual: Everything You Need to Know About Business (from Launching a Company to Taking it Public), and 10 other business books.

Chris is also a frequent guest lecturer at several Bay Area business schools including Berkeley and Stanford. He has written numerous articles and has been interviewed in Forbes, VentureBeat, Entrepreneur Magazine, Wired Magazine, AlleyWatch and Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) which is Hong Kong's oldest and sole public service broadcaster. He has his own entrepreneurship column in Inc. magazine.

He has an MBA in Finance from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Commerce Degree with a major in Management Information Systems and International Business from McGill University where he is a McGill University Dobson Fellow. He has founded several companies, including his most recent company, BusinessCareerCoaching and he serves on the boards of several Bay Area technology companies and charities and he lives in Hillsborough, California. Chris Haroun's goal is to "make business education impactful and entertaining with no boring theory; edutainment works!"

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • How to Take this Course & How to Use the 50 Included Business Plan Templates
    • Thank You Message from Chris
    • [DOWNLOAD] How to Take this Course/Using Your Excel Business Plan Dashboard - 20:08
    • Please Read This Text Lecture If You Want the Excel File to Run Faster Thanks
  • STEP 1 of 13: General Business Plan Inputs: Questions and Analysis
    • Introduction to General Business Plan Inputs (What, Why & How of STEP 1) - 1:24
    • General Business Plan Inputs+Analysis Questions 1-1 through 1-65 - 20:16
    • General Business Plan Inputs+Analysis Questions 1-66 through 1-85 - 7:15
  • STEP 2 of 13: Your Cover Page: Input Questions, Analysis and Outputs
    • Introduction to Creating Your Cover Page (What, Why & How of STEP 2) - 1:04
    • Creating Your Cover Page: Inputs+Analysis Questions 2.1 through 2.4 and Outputs - 4:50
  • STEP 3 of 13: Your Executive Summary: Input Questions, Analysis & Outputs
    • Introduction to Your Executive Summary (What, Why & How of STEP 3) - 2:03
    • Creating Your Executive Summary Inputs+Analysis Questions 3-1 through 3-27 - 14:57
    • Your Executive Summary Outputs - 7:30
  • STEP 4 of 13: Your Management Team: Input Questions, Analysis and Outputs
    • Introduction to Your Management Team (What, Why & How of STEP 4) - 4:35
    • Creating Your Management Team Inputs+Analysis Questions 4-1 through 4-50 - 20:26
    • Creating Your Management Team Inputs+Analysis Questions 4-51 through 4-127 - 13:07
    • Your Management Team Outputs - 7:32
  • STEP 5 of 13: Your Product and/or Service: Input Questions, Analysis and Outputs
    • Introduction to Your Product and and or Service (What, Why & How of STEP 5) - 2:25
    • Creating Your Product and or Service Inputs+Analysis Questions 5-1 through 5-14 - 12:17
    • Your Product and or Service Outputs - 1:32
  • STEP 6 of 13: Your Customer & Market: Input Questions, Analysis and Outputs
    • Introduction to Your Customer & Market (What, Why & How of STEP 6) - 2:58
    • Creating Your Customer and Market Inputs+Analysis Questions 6-1 through 6-22 - 13:43
    • Your Customer and Market Outputs - 2:24
  • STEP 7 of 13: Your Competition: Input Questions, Analysis and Outputs
    • Introduction to Your Competition (What, Why & How of STEP 7) - 3:01
    • Creating Your Competition Inputs+Analysis (Questions 7-1 to 7-21) - 10:02
    • Your Competition Outputs - 1:18
  • STEP 8 of 13: Your Go-to Market Strategy: Input Questions, Analysis and Outputs
    • Introduction to Your Go-to Market Strategy (What, Why & How of STEP 8) - 1:57
    • Creating Your Go-to Market Strategy Inputs+Analysis (Questions 8-1 to 8-6) - 3:04
    • Your Go-to Market Strategy Outputs - 1:00
  • STEP 9 of 13: Your Sales+Marketing Strategy: Input Questions, Analysis & Outputs
    • Introduction to Your Sales+Marketing Strategy (What, Why & How of STEP 9) - 3:13
    • Creating Your Sales and Marketing Inputs+Analysis (Questions 9-1 to 9-8) - 15:14
    • Your Sales and Marketing Outputs - 0:42
  • STEP 10 of 13: Your Milestones: Input Questions, Analysis and Outputs
    • Introduction to Your Milestones (What, Why & How of STEP 10) - 1:53
    • Creating Your Milestones Inputs+Analysis (Questions 10-1 to 10-18) - 6:29
    • Your Milestone Outputs - 0:54
  • STEP 11 of 13: Your Other / Misc. / Risks: Input Questions, Analysis and Outputs
    • Introduction to Your Other, Misc., Risks (What, Why & How of STEP 11) - 2:27
    • Creating Your OtherMisc.Risks Inputs+Analysis (Questions 11-1 to 11-6) - 4:48
    • Your OtherMisc.Risks Outputs - 0:31
  • STEP 12 of 13: Your Financials: Input Questions, Analysis and Outputs
    • Introduction to Your Financials (What, Why & How of STEP 12) - 11:54
    • Creating Your Financial Statement Inputs+Analysis: Forecasting Revenue Part 1 - 22:00
    • Creating Your Financial Statement Inputs+Analysis: Forecasting Revenue Part 2 - 11:56
    • Creating Your Financial Statement Inputs+Analysis: Forecasting Expenses Part 1 - 23:03
    • Creating Your Financial Statement Inputs+Analysis: Forecasting Expenses Part 2 - 12:17
    • Creating Your Financial Statement Inputs+Analysis: Forecasting Op. & Net Profit - 16:20
    • Creating Your Financial Statement Inputs+Analysis: Balance Sheet & CF Statement - 13:52
    • Your Financial Statements & Ratio Outputs - 13:25
  • STEP 13 of 13: Your Appendix: Input Questions, Analysis and Outputs
    • Introduction to Your Appendix (What, Why & How of STEP 13) - 3:00
    • Creating Your Appendix Inputs+Analysis (Questions 13-1 to 13-15) and Outputs - 3:37
  • Creating Your Final Business Plan Output
    • [DOWNLOADS] Introduction to Creating Your Final Business Plan Output (What, Why & How) - 1:48
    • Assembling Your Final Business Plan Part 1: Cover Page and Executive Summary - 18:56
    • Assembling Your Final Business Plan Part 2: Management Team - 12:15
    • Assembling Your Final Business Plan Part 3: Product or Service through Step 11 - 13:29
    • Assembling Your Final Business Plan Part 4: Adding Your Financial Statements - 20:40
    • Assembling Your Final Business Plan Part 5: Adding Your Financial Statements - 5:51
    • Assembling Your Final Business Plan Part 6: Adding Your Appendix Items - 22:51
  • [Optional] Creating Your Final Presentation Slides Output
    • [DOWNLOADS] ]Introduction Creating Your Final Presentation Slides Output (What, Why & How) - 3:34
    • Assembling Your Final Presentation Slides - 14:02
  • [Optional] Learn How to Make the Excel File from this Course from Scratch
    • Introduction to How to Make the Excel File from this Course From Scratch - 1:01
    • How to Make the Excel File: Making the Formulas - 17:43
    • How to Make the Excel File: Making the Checkboxes - 5:08
    • How to Make the Excel File: Making the Toolbars (Rows 1 through 12) Part 1 of 2 - 20:09
    • How to Make the Excel File: Making the Toolbars (Rows 1 through 12) Part 2 of 2 - 20:38
  • Course Conclusion, Congratulations and Thank You!
    • Course Conclusion, Congratulations and Thank You! - 3:07

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An Entire MBA in 1 Course Ft. Chris Haroun

Everything You Need to Know About Business From Start-up to IPO, Straight From the VC's Mouth

By Chris Haroun | in Online Courses

Description

Want to go to business school but don't have the time or money to invest in a degree just yet? This immersive course, taught by an experienced former Goldman Sachs employee and venture capitalist, will dive into everything you need to know about business: from starting out, to going public. Based on real-life experience, this course minimizes theory and uses concrete examples to give you all the business acumen you need to rise up the career ladder. Earn that promotion you want without going into debt!

  • Access 51 lectures & 7 hours of content
  • Learn how to launch a company from scratch, network for customers, & raise money quickly
  • Create financial models & analyze company financials
  • Understand how investment banking firms work & how they can help your business
  • Differentiate between macro & microeconomics
  • Discover the value of management consulting firms & venture capital firms
  • Develop better presentations for investors & customers
  • Analyze entire markets & companies from a qualitative & quantitative perspective
  • Learn the essential ins & outs of taxes

Instructor

Chris Haroun is an award winning business school professor, venture capitalist, MBA graduate from Columbia University and former Goldman Sachs employee. He has raised/managed over $1bn in his career. He also has work experience at hedge fund giant Citadel, consulting firm Accenture, and several firms that he has started, including an investment firm that had a venture capital / private investment in Facebook several years before the Facebook IPO. He is the founder and CEO of Haroun Education Ventures.

Chris is the author of 101 Crucial Lessons They Don't Teach You In Business School. Forbes recently called this book '1 of 6 books that all entrepreneurs must read right now'.

He is also the author of The Ultimate Practical Business Manual: Everything You Need to Know About Business (from Launching a Company to Taking it Public), and 10 other business books.

Chris is also a frequent guest lecturer at several Bay Area business schools including Berkeley and Stanford. He has written numerous articles and has been interviewed in Forbes, VentureBeat, Entrepreneur Magazine, Wired Magazine, AlleyWatch and Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) which is Hong Kong's oldest and sole public service broadcaster. He has his own entrepreneurship column in Inc. magazine.

He has an MBA in Finance from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Commerce Degree with a major in Management Information Systems and International Business from McGill University where he is a McGill University Dobson Fellow. He has founded several companies, including his most recent company, BusinessCareerCoaching and he serves on the boards of several Bay Area technology companies and charities and he lives in Hillsborough, California. Chris Haroun's goal is to "make business education impactful and entertaining with no boring theory; edutainment works!"

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Course Overview / Promo Video
    • Introduction / Promo - 4:25
  • Introduction & Class #1: Launching a New Company (Course learning outcomes + qualities of top entrepreneurs, how to analyze trends + size market opportunities for start-up ideas, firm formation legal structures & intellectual property protection.).
    • Course Introduction: Please Watch this First : ) - 13:21
    • How to Start a Successful Company + Qualities of the Top Business People - 17:58
    • How to Legally Protect Your Company/Family in Business + Easy Overview of Taxes - 18:46
    • How to Network + Get Many Meetings to Help You Get a Job or Customers - 7:57
    • Side Note: Be a Contrarian and Watch Your Net Worth Take-off! - 0:55
    • [Optional] Side Note: Get Free Daily Helpful Business & Career Development Videos
  • Class #2: Business Presentations: Use These Tips & Watch Your Sales Take-off! (Kick ass presentation strategies to help you raise money and present like a pro).
    • How to Present Like Steve Jobs and Impress an Audience, Customers &Your Peers - 19:12
    • What to Include in Your Business Presentations Slides + Incredible Workshop/Tips - 4:06
    • Side Note: Hiring and Firing - 1:07
  • Class #3: Venture Capital (VC) Part 1: How to Raise Money (What is venture capital. How to pitch you
    • What is VC + How to Raise Money + How to Get Board Advisors + More Network Tips - 19:24
    • How to Improve Your Management Team + More $ Raising Tips from VCs / Investors - 1:56
    • Side Note: 2 Very Important Sales Techniques / Best Practices - 1:10
  • Class #4: VC Part 2: Security/Legal Structures to Protect You + Make You More $ (Due diligence and how to assess a management team. Security structures. Legal information to help protect you and your investments/company. Venture capital history is very important to understand.Due diligence and how to assess a management team. Security structures. Legal information to help protect you and your investments/company. Venture capital history is very important to understand).
    • VC History is Crucial to Review So You Know the Qualities of Steve Jobs + Others - 13:40
    • What Investors You Should Target + How Do Investors do Due Diligence on You - 19:09
    • Not Understanding Security Structures Can Hurt You (What Common / Preferred is) - 5:48
    • Convertible Debt, Warrants and Options - 6:11
    • Side Note: How to Avoid Burnout - 1:26
  • Class #5: Investor Valuation Topics & Dilution. Importance of Contracts (Investor valuation topics and dilution. Option pools. Importance of contracts. Venture capital sector return metrics. Unicorns).
    • Case Study on How to Deal with VC Firms Investing in Your Company Like Sequoia - 20:09
    • Side Note: Touch Hand Only Once - 0:40
  • Class #6: Financial Analysis (Financial analysis and how to build a balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement with ease. Financial ratios and analysis techniques).
    • Easy Way to Understand the Income Statement + Balance Sheet +Dealing with Risk - 11:03
    • Easy Way to Understand the Cash Flow Statement + What Links the IS, BS & CF - 19:08
    • Understanding Financial Ratios + Leverage + What Software to Use for Accounting - 4:44
    • Side Note: How to Get A Raise or a Promotion + Managing People - 1:26
  • Class #7: Managing Cash Flow (Short term forecasting and cash flow estimates management).
    • Forecasting + Budgeting + Fiscal Versus Calendar Years + Ethics - 8:26
    • Side Note: "Why am I So Lucky to be Given this Investment Opportunity?" - 1:00
  • Class #8: Financial Capital and Securities Law (Financing options. Expected debt and equity returns. Risk metrics. Business ethics).
    • Easy Way to Understand Debt/Bonds, Interest Rates/Yield Curves + Equity - 19:09
    • Risk & Return + Business Statistics (Only What You Need to Know) + Security Law - 10:39
    • Side Note: Run to Your Fears - 1:25
  • Class #9: Projecting Financial Statements (Create long term financial statements with ease).
    • How to Build Financial Statements for Private Companies the Easy Way - 11:23
    • How to Value a Private Companies the Easy Way + Growth Metrics - 16:47
    • Side Note: Office Politics - 1:24
  • Class #10: Due Diligence and Data Sources (Quantitative tools for valuation methodologies. Best resources for information on analyzing companies and investments).
    • Where to Get Awesome Information for Your Financial Models + More Networking - 17:14
    • Side Note: Small Customers are Just as Much Work as Large Customers + Sports! - 1:48
  • Class #11: Modeling and Valuation (Determine what the most appropriate model and valuation tools to use. Value companies the simple way).
    • How to Build a Financial Model for a Public Company - 18:44
    • Read Financials Like a Good Book!!!! + Find Patterns in the Data - 19:52
    • How to Value Public Firms the Easy Way - 6:33
    • Side Note: Dress for Success - 0:46
  • Class #12: Initial Public Offering (IPO) and Valuation (Short term valuation methodologies differ by sector. In the very long run it is all about earnings and cash flow. triangulate different valuation methodologies for IPOs).
    • How an IPO Works + Facebook Buying Instagram + Value Post +Pre-Revenue Companies - 18:24
    • How DCF (Discounted Cash Flow) Analysis Works - 4:58
    • Valuing a Company Versus the Competition + Why an S-1 is Awesome! - 3:57
    • Side Note: Goldman Sachs IPO Prospectus Example - 1:44
  • Class #13: Management Analytical Frameworks (Qualitative analysis tools that management consultants use. An explanation of what management consulting is and how they add value to their clients. Networking discussion).
    • What Management Consulting is + Frameworks they Use that Help You in Business - 7:58
    • What is S.W.O.T. + P.L.C. + Oracle Case Study + How to Tell if Someone is Lying - 15:33
    • Side Note: Keep That Letter in Your Drawer! - 1:05
  • Class #14: Alternatives and Turnarounds (How bankruptcy courts can protect your business if you restructure. Additional ways to raise capital (private equity etc).
    • Financing Alternatives + Why to Avoid Debt if You Can (use Equity Investors) - 8:45
    • Harvesting an Investment + Leveraged Buyouts + Troubled Ventures + Turnarounds - 17:57
    • Side Note: Nobody is Smarter than You - 0:44
    • Side Note: Learn Earn Return - 1:02
  • Class #15: Crucial Leftover Content / Goal Setting Workshop / Closing Remarks (Crucial best practice lessons to ensure that you are successful in all aspects of your life).
    • The Most Important Investment You Will Ever Make + Great Marketing is Crucial - 18:28
    • Life Changing Goal Setting Workshop + You Need Yodas! + Find Your Passion : ) - 18:20

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