Some awesome stories on Steve Jobs and some connections he has had with others #Quora
An interesting post that explores my favorite mantra ‘never stop learning’ but in a different light.
My takeaway – Have the curiosity to poke around and explore but also the confidence to poke holes, be different and make a statement.
Whilst Seth make a good point that we can potentially reach ‘infinite’ people in the digital space, I think it’s more about improving access to those that matter to you.
It is becoming increasingly easier for customers/readers/etc to tune out. This is a battle to be relevant.
The economy is always going to move forward – question is, are you a part of it? RT @ThisisSethsBlog The forever recession (and the coming revolution)
An interesting article that explores the origins of entrepreneurship and the meaning it has in different languages. In interesting one is translated from Maori in Aotearoa (New Zealand), which defines the entrepreneur as ‘the needle that threads’.
What I found most interesting (and upon further research) is that the origins of the word entrepreneurship rarely has any links to commercial success. It is more about doing, creating, and bringing things together, which calls into question – what is the definition of success to the entrepreneur?
This is especially the case in today’s age where social entrepreneurs are becoming increasingly commonplace. Whilst financial viability is always a key goal for any good business, it is increasingly becoming less of a focus. Add on top of this that Generation Y’ers, and the next generation are clueing onto the fact that work is more of a means to life and are finding news ways to live the mantra ‘If you find a job you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.’ The digital world is making it even easier to find your own mould, and be successful in the long tail of the market.
So what does entrepreneurship mean to you?
What an awesome idea – a networking event for entrepreneurs in a hot air balloon! Plenty to talk about, coming together for a purpose and can have some great individual or group discussions.
@Babeltech – Thought you would be interested in this IT article. Some great tips for business owners on how to manage IT and Tech. May want to share with some clients.
Step by step guide from serial entrepreneur – Noah Kagan, on how to avoid being a ‘wanteepreneur’ and get that business start up idea (minimum viable product) and market assessment done in a weekend.