ninja training for growth hackers
I learned about the data scientist opportunity at one of Ian’s software companies through my school (NYU) and I reached out to Ian.
The program was great because I was able to get practical/real world guidance when diving into the software products SQL database and querying data.
One part that I particularly enjoyed was learning about global analytics platforms and how to use certain tools to track and optimize around user behavior to drive further engagement and new conversions.
Ian was a kind and gentle mentor and this program helped advance my career and catapult me into the field of data science and software development, I highly recommend it.
Data scientist/Software Developer, Epic
We believe that from the seed of the Chinese monk Ken Doshi stemmed the ancient tree of Ninjutsu (Ninja Training) and thus the Ninja.
It is said that Togakure-ryu, who learned from Kain Doshi, expanded on Kain’s notion of “the warrior monk” and developed his own series of teaching (Ninjutsu) rooted in 18 disciplines (the 18 skills)
The ninja masters all 18 disciplines and humbly seeks to achieve continuous perspective (Shin Shin) recognizing that things change, environments change and so to will the 18 disciplines change and evolve over time.
The growth ninja is the same.
The growth ninja learns the disciplines of growth hacking, she acquires the necessary knowledge, and applies the tactics while recognizing that the constant testing and practice of each discipline is the mark of a true master/growth ninja/growth hacker.
The growth ninja masters the data, the metrics that matter, and the money.
The growth ninja can make any company grow.
The growth ninja is invaluable.
Growth Ninjutsu is training for growth hackers, for employees and students alike who are determined to help company’s grow, for the growth ninja’s of today and tomorrow.
Growth Ninjutsu trains growth ninja’s.
Growth Ninjutsu preserves the 18 disciplines as our core while equating each discipline to its modern day - growth hacking - equivalent.
Thus the Growth Ninjutsu course outline is as follows:
StartModule 1 - Spiritual Refinement: preparing for a lifetime of growth (12:00)
StartModule 2 - Geography: What it means to know your terrain (36:10)
StartModule 3 - Tactics: building your first growth weapon & the (“T-shaped”) growth ninja (19:43)
StartModule 4 - Unarmed Combat: win the hand to hand combat “fights” with this “choke hold” (9:09)
StartModule 5 - Impersonation and Disguise: Redirects, swypes & “stealing like an (artist) ninja” (15:24)
StartModule 6 - Espionage : competitors as a growth channel - competitor swypes part 1 (18:57)
StartModule 7 - Stealth & Infiltration: competitor swypes part 2 (“nerd stealth”) (6:39)
StartModule 8 - Escaping and Concealment: Invisible Digital Activity (6:47)
StartModule 9 - Water training: Funnels and Landing Pages (25:03)
StartModule 10 - Horsemanship: how to leverage other people’s audiences (LOPA) (12:24)
StartModule 11 - Pyrotechnics: how to set your PR on fire (9:11)
StartModule 12 - Meteorology: mastering your data - the one metric that matters
I am a husband, father of four and serial entrepreneur.
I’ve created and own multiple web properties, have lost and made $$$ online, and actively employ these growth ninja strategies to create, distribute and grow a variety of products for myself and clients.
In the last twelve months, I have privately trained and coached over 50 clients using the growth tactics and disciplines that I’ve learned by hiring and working with some of silicon valley (and wall street)’s best and brightest.
Growth Ninjutsu is a reflection of all of this learning, consolidated into an easy to digest curriculum with teaching assistant guidance + live office hour discussions + and private coaching opportunities.
"From landing pages to lead magnets to Wordpress hacks to Infusionsoft sequences with the elite training and coaching package - I received custom opportunities to apply growth tactics in the field.
During my job search and interview process, this program certainly came up for discussion and it helped me stand out from the crowd with confidence.
Quantitative Risk Analyst, Bank of America"