Does my idea stand a chance? Do I have what it takes to be an entrepreneur? Which factors lead to success? How do I recognize risks? The Start-up Journal shows you how to start your own company in 15 simple steps. It helps you to develop your ideas, while managing risks and winning over investors and customers. It supports you with valuable advice, practical templates and helpful methods. It motivates future entrepreneurs to plan the next steps, give ideas a personal touch and enter it all in writing. The highly detailed graphic design and the simple structure of the methods make the Startup Journal an indispensable tool for all founders. Tim Jaudszims is the author of the Start-up Journal. As a Business Angel, founding start-ups is his profession and passion alike. He has seen over 2,000 pitch decks, met with more than 400 teams, made various investments and successfully launched five of his own companies.