- You are an entrepreneur.…This is your dream.…I've shared with you my thoughts on how…to become a successful entrepreneur.…Remember to check out the exercise files…for this course, which includes a great list…of resources for further studies.…Now one final thought.…As an entrepreneur, the most important thing…you need to do is to show up.…According to the research, the odds of…a scientist writing a groundbreaking research paper…are correlated not to how smart the scientist is,…but to how many papers the scientist has written…and once a business makes it to the final round…of a pitch contest, there's no statistical difference…between the returns of the finalists…and the actual winners.…
It's called the Equal Odds Rule.…If you want to write a frequently cited paper,…publish a lot.…If you want a successful business, show up to work.…At the same time, show up to your life…and to those you love.…As you bring your dream into reality,…you will develop as a person in…unexpected positive ways.…Bring those that you love along with you to be…
- Cite the steps that can help you find an unmet need.
- Differentiate between a business and a hobby.
- Recognize how to decide between an online business and a brick and mortar business.
- Describe how to protect your intellectual property.
- Explain the best practices for hiring the right people.
- Recall the importance of tapping into networks of expertise.
- Cite the best practices for building a business website.
- Summarize the best metrics to use for your online business.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Finding Your Big Idea
2. Starting Your Business
3. Building a Team
4. Marketing Your Business
5. Scaling Your Business
6. Funding Growth
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