Can you start a business in just 4 weeks?

What I will share today is going to fundamentally shift the way that you think about your business, and it could just give you one of those beautiful, juicy practical insights that takes you from struggle town to absolutely flying.

This is most suited for people who want to sell their services, and even if you’ve been in business a while, listen up… you never know what inspiration might strike!

6 Step-Process for Creating a Business in 4 weeks

  1. Let go of all the shoulds and preconceptions about what you need
    Many people believe that starting a business entails that you need to have a fancy brand with a business name, a website, a fancy logo, social proof and lots of followers. The ONLY thing you need to have in order to have a business is paying customers.
  2. Get clear on your big thing
    What are you actually selling? Think about that deep transformation you could facilitate with your business. For example, if you’re a health coach, is getting them to a 12-week from A to J in their health journey? What is the BIG THING that you are here to do and what is the result that you are trying to sell to your audience?
  3. Start talking in tangibles
    People who are in service-based business are very passionate about their process but ultimately people want to work with you and buy from you because they want the end result so you need to start talking intangibles. “What is it that I will see, feel, hear, do, have differently in between the before and the after?”
  4. Go and find an audience
    There are 2 ways to do this:

    1. Immediate or extended network – who do you already know and who do they know?
    2. Tap into an existing audience – such spaces like joining Facebook communities. Grow the network of who you know – i.e. even if your not selling to people who are into salsa dancing, joining salsa dance classes and create connection and network with those people.
  5. Practice selling your stuff
    Asking for the sale. You need to get good at sales in order to have a business that’s sustainable. Get out there and start practicing that skill because eventually you’re going to get good at this anyway. Sales is such an important part of your business and it’s time to overcome that resistance.
  6. Be curious and unflappable
    Learn how to become your best advocate for your business. What you need to know is that there’s so many things that are going to get in your way – rejection, people are going to say “no”, or “I have no idea what that is or what you are doing.” Those things are inevitable because you are becoming more visible and you’re growing a business.
    You need to learn to be curious and unflappable in the face of adversity for you have the freedom, lifestyle, income and amazing sense of purpose that this business could create for you. Your desire and hunger only needs to be a tiny bit bigger than your fear.


Your job as an entrepreneur is to get out there and fail and recover really quickly. Ultimately, you are going to have to make some mistakes in your business as well. So how can you support yourself? Become hyper curious and really unflappable in your desire and hunger and drive to find out what works and get this business off the ground.

If you know your niche needs refining, I have a free and detailed training you can access right now.
It’s called “Nail your Niche” and it will help you to do exactly that… PLUS turn that niche into deeply resonant messaging.

It’s free and you can access it anytime – CLICK HERE.


Following those 6 steps and you will absolutely have people saying to you within the next 4 weeks ‘Shut up and take my money! That’s exactly what I need! I want it! Here is my money for it!’

…and you, my darling, will be in business.

You got this, and I am here to support you! Want to get even more detailed support to fast-track your start-up journey?
Head to to grab my free detailed training today!

And until next time, I cannot WAIT to see you SHINE.

Tash Corbin Business Mentor and Strategist