How can you give your idea the best chance of success? Have you ever wondered why some business ideas, as good as they seem, don’t succeed? It may be not be the idea that’s the problem…
Have you ever come across a product or service that you had the idea for months or years ago? Learn how to take your own ideas from concept to creation.
The term “startup” is sometimes used too loosely and liberally. Let’s consider the definitions of two respected authorities in the startup world and decide once and for all, what a startup is.
Startup Weekend EDU took over Florida International University and brought together one of the most diverse group of people to hack away at problems in education and learn how to take any idea from concept to creation. The weekend was nothing short of magical!
While the allure of a silver bullet is difficult to resist, silver bullets stand to do more damage than we think. In this post, I discuss the problem with the silver bullet and other associated problems that are caused by the mere talk of the silver bullet.
What if school opened at 5am and closed at midnight? What if student participated in activities other than class? What if local entrepreneurs also used the space at night as a collaborative working space? What if they became mentors to high school students? What if they became collaborators? What if they became partners? What if working together they started new businesses? And what if along the way, all of this inspired and motivated students to master all of the state-mandated content because in comparison it just seemed so easy? In this post, I discuss all of this and pose other questions.
Building a high performance team starts with building the foundation for a high performance organization. This blog post discusses the three steps necessary to building this critical foundation so that you can unleash the potential of your team.