Build A Business With Nas Daily Community
WHAT YOU’LL DO
Network, Build & Practice Your Business Pitch
with Nas Daily and other entrepreneurs
Hi, I’m Nuseir Yassin from Nas Daily. I’m a Harvard Graduate, ex-software engineer, creator, and now the owner of 2 businesses: a media company and a tech company. Through all the failures, I was still able to build these companies from 0 to 120 people. And there’s two really overlooked things that I learned about being a founder...It’s hard, and it’s lonely.That’s why a community is so powerful, because it helps fix this for entrepreneurs.And I’ve probably read all the books on startups. But nothing has ever taught me as much as I learned from actually figuring out how to build these (completely different) companies.The tools I’m about to give you in this community, through the classes, networking opportunities, and live events, will not only prepare you for success but for the hard times and failures too.So, what’s the goal for everyone who joins? Together with a group of people, you’ll work toward achieving these 3 key milestones as new business owners:1. Hiring you first employees2. Making your first dollar3. Raising your first dollarBuilding a successful company doesn’t just depend on a good idea, or even an incredible idea. There’s so much you don’t know, until you start. That’s why a one-time class doesn’t cut it, you are going to need consistent support and perspective from your peers.That’s why I’m doing this. And that’s why you should join.Think of this as an MBA crash course. But cheaper, faster – and way more relevant!
Find a Successful Idea
What made some of my great ideas fail, and what made others succeed? Find out the difference.
Incorporate a Company
How and where you incorporate a company is equally as important as how you run it.
Everything from how to identify your need, craft a job description, and ensure it’s the right person.
Every founder has had to fire a friend, team member, or even a co-founder... and it’s hard.
Create a Business Plan
Let’s go through some real case studies of how I found my clients, and managed to keep them!
How to decide whether you need investors, how to find them, and how much capital to raise.
You Will Reach These Goals
Hire Your First Employees
Make Your First Dollar
Raise Your First Dollar
For those looking to give back...
Become a business mentor
We're looking for entrepreneurs from all indutries who are ready to take on the role of a mentor. The role of a mentor is simple: Provide guidance and support to a mentee to help them develop professionally. If you have 3 hours a month to spare for a budding business owner, indicate your interest at the link below.
Community Subscription Benefits
I’m Nuseir. I went to Harvard. Graduated. Got a job. Hated it. Started making videos. Loved it. Since then, I've founded two companies (Nas Daily and Nas Academy), made 1,000 one-minute videos in 1,000 days, gained over 45+ million followers on the Internet, and work everyday to empower creators worldwide.
Communities are a place for people to meet, talk and network over a longer period of time. Classes last a week or so and end after graduation. We introduced communities because we understand that building a business is lonely and a long journey, and as you achieve your first milestones of getting your idea, making your first hire, making your first dollar or even raising for the first time (which can happen over years), you're bound to have so many questions, which is why we felt that the communities model would best suit this purpose.You'll learn and get support from other buesiness Community members and our trainers, and have access to weekly live-session and a range of resources.On the other hand, our classes are more structured learning experiences that do a deep-dive into a specific topic within a specified time period with 2-3 live sessions. Your classmates form your community, but you won't have access to a constant network and running activities like our Communities.
No. But as a member, you’ll get access to exclusive videos curated by business experts, as well as mini-class lessons, downloadable resources, and live events.
You can spend as much time as you like — what you get from your Community is what you’re willing to put in. We recommend keeping up to date with chats if you’re shy and just want to see what’s happening, but we also encourage you to take the plunge and engage in conversations, debates, and discussions! Remember that you’ll need to put aside a couple of hours a week to participate in online sessions, discussions, and reading your resources.