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We all know that starting a sports broadcasting business is easier said than done. If you've never taken the plunge into self-employment, that first step can be daunting. Do you even know the first thing about starting a business? How do you get a business name? Do you need to register with... someone? And if so, who?
It can be a tricky maze to navigate, and when all you really want to do is broadcast sports, you might not have the natural nose for business. That's why we created this course - to help you untangle all the little mysteries that may be blocking you from pursuing your dream.
Building a successful broadcasting business will require your hardest work and best efforts. The SBLC “Starting Your SB Company” course will help take the guesswork out of those first terrifying steps. Your hard work and dedication won't be wasted when you have this helpful guide by your side.
How to Think like a Business Professional
- You'll be a sportscaster by trade, so you might not think you have the hard-nosed dedication or the meticulous patience to understand how to run a business. But anyone can go into business for themselves if they just understand a few key points about what makes work and fun different.
How to Set Up a Business - Okay, so you want to start a business. But what comes next after coming to that decision? The first step is always the scariest, not to mention the most confusing. We'll set you down the right path, so you'll know what you need to do first.
Dealing with paperwork! Nobody likes it. And fear of forms is probably the number one reason why many aspiring sports broadcasters are reluctant to take that final step into the professional arena. We'll give you a crash course in dealing with the paperwork.
Three things every new sports broadcasting professional needs to do to succeed - Want people to take you seriously? You'll learn the first three things that you need to do to make that a reality.