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    Dec 05, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    I would definitely recommend this course! It helped me think about the world of business differently. We were able to see the many different routes entrepreneurship can take and tailor it to our own lives and goals. We had different guest speakers every week who told us about their entrepreneurial journey and helped us become better thinkers. The best part is that the class was extremely interactive, which is really reflective of the mindset of an entrepreneur as my teacher would say "entrepreneurship is an action-oriented."

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    We had a different speaker every single week so the content somewhat shifted. We learned about entrepreneurship theory and then went into creative entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship and corporate entrepreneurship. We learned that an entrepreneur must be passionate about solving a problem for a very specific customer, be able to get today’s results and prepare for tomorrow, be very flexible and have a need to become self-aware. The biggest take away from this course for me was that an entrepreneur must know exactly what their value proposition is, meaning they know what they can bring to the game that no one else can. This idea has made me reflect on my own strengths and begin to understand what I can do to develop my value proposition.

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    Be open minded. This course is designed to be a flexible course and be relaxed. With that being said you get what you put in. That is also entrepreneurship. If you want to be an entrepreneur you have to understand that your success or failure is on you!

    • Fall 2016
    • Trevor Israelsen
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