On our recent trip to South Africa (more on that later!), Steve and I had the chance to work with some brilliant and hardworking entrepreneurs. Some already had a business, others were trying to get new ones up and running. But what we saw mirrored something Steve and I have discussed and experienced firsthand. Every […]
Entrepreneurship can be taught. But how prepared are we to teach it? As a student and an educator, I know that teaching entrepreneurship doesn’t come naturally to everyone. In fact, I know many educators who would love to bring entrepreneurship into the classroom, but they aren’t sure where to start. I want to solve that problem through The Startup Equation. Instead of asking teachers to figure out where to start, I’ve built an agile framework for the classroom that can work with students individually and in groups.
Uber. TaskRabbit. AirBNB. Each of these businesses represent a different aspect of the age we live in, but they all share something in common. It’s about you, the individual, finding ways to make money that have nothing to do with the traditional 9-to-5 routine. Along the way, you’ll discover that this path helps you share […]
I love being an entrepreneur. After starting two businesses and working with multiple startups, being an entrepreneur fits me perfectly. However, even as I live the life I love, I understand that not everyone feels like they have the freedom to make similar choices. They want to build something, not just collect a paycheck. So […]
We dream big, set goals, and then work, work, work to achieve them. But we soon learn a simple truth: we can’t do it all by ourselves. We need help and accepting help often requires a dose of humility. I push myself to stay humble by building teams to make my work as efficient as […]