Final Entrepreneurship Lectures

I gave my two final entrepreneurship lectures for the year tonight. By the time the students have taken this class, I have worked with many of them for four years. It’s very hard to see them go. They are an exceptional group. I’ve given them all I know; I wish I knew more. As usual, I’ve learned more from them, than they from me.

Here are the slides for the first. Obviously, a lot of the wisdom here comes from Jim Collins’ Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap… and Others Don’t

This second lecture is more personal. Sadly, for the life of me, I can’t recall who I lifted some of this from. If anyone knows, please let me know so I can properly attribute. The first material slide is a quote from Thich Nhat Hahn. If you’re unfamiliar, may I recommend, The Heart of the Buddha’s Teaching

Thank you to my fantastic students.

(And, yes, I see the typo in slide 14, I noticed after the conversion/embed process. Sorry)

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  1. christopher lars carlson’s avatar

    thank you for posting this. I am going to print these slides out and post them on my walls.

    (i just started following you on twitter, too…. I'm @CLCmusic)

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  2. rockwellbeats’s avatar

    Thanks for putting these slides up!

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  3. Hsiaoshuang’s avatar

    Too many motherhood statements, and taking Buddhist truths out of context.

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  4. Sofa Fabric uk’s avatar

    I am little curious to know more about it……………

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  5. Team Building UK’s avatar

    Today I m Very Happy cozzz …. T'day I have this great stuff to share with you…………

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  6. Baby Clothes’s avatar

    I am little curious to know more about it……………

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  7. Ceramic Fibre Rope’s avatar

    Today I m Very Happy cozzz …. T'day I have this great stuff to share with you…

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  8. freestyles’s avatar

    And what's that great stuff mate, i would like to know that please!

    Emma

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  9. salvage challenger for sale’s avatar

    I have worked with many of them for four years. It’s very hard to see them go. …

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  10. Carl Coryell-Martin’s avatar

    the “Life is good, be happy now, let it go” comes from marshal goldsmith. I learned it in an interview with him in the new yorker in something like 1999.

    cheers,

    Carl Coryell-Martin

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  11. Austin Realtor’s avatar

    That's the value of teaching learning is continuous, everyday you can learn a lot of things if you will just open up your mind. Learning is give and take teach others and they'll gonna teach you some lessons in return

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