The entrepreneurial mind and opportunity
Where do good ideas come from?
1. Commitment and Determination
4. Opportunity Obsession
5. Tolerance of Risk, Abiguity and Uncertainty
6. Creativity, Self-Reliance and
Has 2 parts
The Inside is You:
The outside is the outside world:
More Attitude > More Culture
More Imagination > More Habitat
More Knowledge > More Resources
Paul Cameron (CEO Booktrack)
1. Leading in your own style
2. Stop talking, take action
3. Enjoy the good times
4. Be brave
5. Never give up
6. Support good culture
7. Believe in yourself
8. Talent is everything
[Human Science Building]
Underground Lecture Theatre
Arts student centre
Lecture theatres underground
Anthropology and Psychology so you wont be using it much as you are
doing computer science
[Old Choral Hall] This right here, the bu
In the velocity speaker series events Ive had the priviledge to listen to two guest
speakers from Auror, Tom Battebury (Head of Product) and Phil Thomson(CEO).
I drew insight from not only what they were saying but the s
Speaker Series Reflection #1
By Daniel Lam (633889892)
In one of the speaker series events, we had the priviledge to listen to Paul
Cameron the CEO of Booktrack. He gave us helpful advice, told us about his
struggles and what we should expect, and many ot
Each and every member of the team has their own expectations of how things
should go, together we have taken these individual expectations and have
outlined all the expectations that we commonly share and agree on to ensure
everything runs smoothly.
How to fund a start up? Debt. Equity?
What is the best type of $ you can get?
Sources of funding?
4 different categories:
Customers: may help you
Government: Callaghan Innovation
Hybrid: Crowd funding
1. What i