The last three months have molded me into a woman who is both excited and jittery about 2017. From leading a department in a corporate setting, I unexpectedly turned into an entrepreneur who bravely agreed to journey through the travel industry. Of course, my past 13 months has also been about TDY and how the …
Notable issues aside, APEC is not, and should not, simply be hated or written off. It was established more than twenty years ago to do its part in the goal that we are commonly striving for, and there is progress being made. Let’s give it a chance, and let’s give ourselves as budding entrepreneurs a change as well.
In living your higher purpose, it’s always about community and sharing – everyone exchanges their ideas, resources, and talents to help others and be helped in the name of mutual achievement of the one big goal of authentic development.
Structuring and investing all of your resources for the sake of the solution to a problem or a very valuable contribution to the world, that’s the true spirit of development – and it shouldn’t be restricted to business. Be that as it may, this week’s Word is “entrepreneurship”.
Innovative board game Upstart is an entrepreneurial startup simulation board game that the passionate entrepreneur-to-be can use to practice and grow their skills – as well as learn more about themselves – while having fun in the process. With its very realistic rules and wide variety of opportunities players can avail of per turn given the limited resources, Upstart is sure to help you refine how you would run your own business/es eventually.
With today’s word, we examine bringing business back to its roots – to creating real value for society in as efficient a manner as possible. This week’s Word is the “Lean Startup”.
A key part of responsible planning – for anything from business to travel – involves contingency planning, or anticipating possible problems or deviations and formulating solutions addressing them. Since we are never fully in control of things – only God being so – it is reasonable and responsible to assume that things can and will not proceed according to plan – and that thus we as responsible persons must be prepared for that.
As a reminder even to myself, there are two things we should always keep in mind regarding innovation, which is crucial in the world today. Read on to see what they are and how my thoughts developed around them!
Maybe it’s the emotions drawing from experiencing familiar things that are somehow different from the previous experience. So many possibilities, even though you have a general direction of where you’re going – and that may be why I have the “start-up bug” not just in business, but in my daily lifestyle.