Cornucopia Strategy for Entrepreneurs

Introduction to Cornucopia Strategy for Entrepreneurs

December 03, 2021 Sherman W. Hunter Sr. Season 1
Cornucopia Strategy for Entrepreneurs
Introduction to Cornucopia Strategy for Entrepreneurs
Show Notes Transcript


This episode provides some initial descriptions of exactly how the Cornucopia strategy will impact your entrepreneurial activities.   This introduction will provide you with some initial benefits of using innovative approaches to age-old problems that have hampered entrepreneurs over the years.

In short, this podcast explains what Cornucopia strategy is and how it came to be.  It will guide you in the actual application of the strategies and their related software tools. 

For a limited time, you can obtain some free related materials by requesting them at  You will need these materials to assist you in fully understanding my strategies.  Please request them today!


Introduction – Cornucopia Strategy for Entrepreneurs

Hello, my name is Sherman Hunter. I’m the founder of the SDK Hunter Consulting Group. I created this podcast series as an up-close and personal way to share my family of powerful business strategies.  These strategies will enable you to accomplish more than you can by trying to succeed all by yourself.

You are about to begin a very unique experience.  I invite you to join me.

Thank you for subscribing to my “Cornucopia Strategy for Entrepreneurs” podcast series.  You will discover that our information is quite helpful.

For a limited time, you can obtain some free related materials by requesting them at  You will need these materials to assist you in fully understanding my strategies.  Please request them today!

My experience as an entrepreneur can be summarized by the following statement:

 “Without a background in business and without using the Internet, emails, social media, mobile telephones, or even a computer, I was able to create, locate, evaluate and acquire proprietary ownership rights to about a dozen successful products.  My efforts as an entrepreneur exposed me to a wide mix of bootstrapping activities. I applied my best efforts to learn how to use them.  In total, the time period for these experiences was about 14 years.

Full ownership rights to the first of these products were located, researched, evaluated, and acquired using bootstrapping methods for well under $100.  That product was already being profitably marketed when I acquired it.  That meant that it produced immediate income for me.   

It is very important for you to be aware that I did NOT take over an existing business “lock, stock and barrel”, so to speak.  My approach was to acquire the ownership rights to products that I could control and market as a step to forming and managing a company.  

I was advised that controlling products as individual items and then building activities to create a new business was easier and had fewer risks than attempting to focus on entire businesses with staff, buildings, etc.   

So, if there were no likelihood of siphoning off individual products, I was not interested.  That is not to say that I could not see value or potential.  I made a personal decision to keep everything as simple as possible.  

So, I was more than willing to just pass along information about a potential business for sale or simply pass on the project.   In such situations, I did not get involved in any of the possible transactions at all.  Because I was not a business broker, I purposely avoided any interactions that might give that impression.  I suggest you act solely for yourself or be sure to obtain proper legal and financial advice about such matters.

I am sure that some luck was involved as I created and used an approach that worked extremely well for me. While still focusing upon this first product, I also gathered information on a sizable number of other “distressed” products.  I later realized that some of those extra products could have also been acquired, but I never considered them once I became busy with my first product.   

I have wanted to share the methods I used with other entrepreneurs, but I found it difficult to fully explain my method without computerizing some of it.  You see, it is not always easy for entrepreneurs to change their way of thinking.  My software reduces the urge for them to overthink. So, now that I have developed software to assist me, I believe that I can help more entrepreneurs. The software provides the means for entrepreneurs to leverage each other and protect their projects at the same time.  Believe me, the proper use of the strategy is one heck of an “eye-opener”! 

With the information that I will share in these podcasts, you will become distracted and “leave money on the table” as I did unless you are careful.  We will learn much more about powerful strategy variations in future podcast episodes.   

As part of your subscriptions to these podcasts, I will explain more precisely what I learned and also what I failed to learn.  You will benefit from both.

I was introduced to computers while still in high school. My interest in them followed me into college and throughout graduate school.  They became the center of my engineering work and allowed me to spend over ten years as an applied research and development engineer. 

As enjoyable as engineering was, I was bitten by the “entrepreneur bug” and left engineering.  Nothing satisfied me or gave me pleasure as much as being around and using computers.  So, I found myself searching for ways to use computers even while I was also trying to become an entrepreneur.

As part of this podcast, you will learn all about my efforts and how my strategies became a necessary “relief valve” for me as my business responsibilities began to grow and totally consumed my daily energy.

If your basic interest is to accelerate your efforts as an entrepreneur, or perhaps you simply want to initiate your efforts, both podcasts will reveal a lot of practical information about the various methods that I have developed and used.  The second podcast is the most useful if you wish to locate business-related opportunities to acquire or to startup.  The strategy also can assist you in expanding any active businesses you have, if you own proprietary rights to the products you market.  

Again, I welcome you to both of my podcasts and invite you to participate in our strategy sessions.

There is one more point I wish to share with you before we officially begin the podcasts. I definitely intend for these podcasts to focus upon my Cornucopia strategy and how to best implement it.  

However, my Cornucopia strategy is just a single part of the family of strategies that I developed over time.  My family of strategies is called “SOPO” for short.  It is an acronym for “Strategies of Perpetual Opportunities”.

But, Cornucopia is the “core” of them all.  If you learn and apply it as I will guide you via these podcasts, you will be in an excellent position to master all of them.  

If you learn and use Cornucopia, all of your entrepreneurial needs should be met. 

Now, here is a six-step checklist that I suggest you make note of and refer back to it from time to time.  You will see the steps develop throughout the podcasts.  I hope that they will become extremely meaningful for you. 

This checklist is the key to success with Cornucopia. Your personal interactions with Cornucopia will be conducted in a totally anonymous manner.  As we progress, you will understand my reasoning and the benefits of designing the software in this manner.

Step 1: You begin by connecting your business “needs”, “wants” and “haves” to our software by using submission notices.  The term “haves” will be explained inside the podcasts. Using submission notices is how you enable our software to determine how to best assist you with your business efforts.  You should strive to keep our software in sync with your business goals.

Step 2: Gather and connect your “projects” to our software via submission notices.  Our software will learn how to provide you with useful information, opportunities, and business contacts based upon your active “projects”.

Step 3: Constantly expand your personal “leverage resources” by referrals. This is another way of developing an audience of entrepreneurs and business people who will strongly relate to what is important to you.

Step 4: Use submission notices to develop and grow your ealliance. This ealliance process happens naturally because of how Cornucopia was designed. The end result is that you will be automatically connected to a constantly growing cluster of companies and individuals who have indicated strong interest in you and/or your projects.  You will always have the freedom to “accept and welcome” each of them or to “reject” them.

Step 5: Constantly cycle your “projects” using Steps 2 through 4.  As you repeat these steps, the velocity and diversity of your activities will increase.

Step 6: Acquire and absorb opportunities.  The results of your efforts will provide you with options to expand into additional activities and to acquire additional ownership situations.

Please don’t delay getting my free information and strategy-related materials while they are still available. Again, you can request them at

And now, I officially welcome you to our podcasts and strategy sessions.   

The next episode will begin this podcast series.

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