It was lucky to hear many brilliant start-up stories in Jrn 450 class in my senior year; I have learned so much. Some of them made a huge success, and some of them make nothing to something. They have so many similarities to learn. First, when others ask them “Why?” they would ask back “Why… Continue reading “Why Not?”
When we talk about making an idea, we always think it’s easy. We have so many ideas when we have troubles. But it’s always hard to be creative, to be good at finding the problems and to make a simple but intriguing idea, which is better be called pitch. The time we could give a… Continue reading Simple Idea Is Not Simple
According to the article “A Minimum Viable Product Is Not a Product, It’s a Process,” in a post-mortem of more than 100 startups, CB Insights found that the No. 1 cause of startup failure (42% of the time) was “no market need.” In other words, they are too self-centered and think their needs fit everyone without… Continue reading Why does your startup fail?
This week, five required readings gave me an impressive image on media marketing. Articles point out how to be successful, how to stand out and how to run the business through time changing and how to innovate. Most importantly, example entrepreneurs are growing bigger and more successful than ever. Innovate and improve self-capability Quartz, the business… Continue reading Keep adapting as time goes on
Last Wednesday, it was horned to have Donna Ladd, the editor of the Jackson Free Press, as a guest speaker to share her story with us. Ladd is an editor, journalist, and columnist originally from Philadelphia, Mississippi. She mostly focuses on focused on justice, crime, race, kids, policing and politics in Mississippi, New York City and… Continue reading The Brilliant Inheritance
As part 1 why not to do a startup stated: First, and most importantly, realize that a startup puts you on an emotional rollercoaster, unlike anything you have ever experienced. Second, in a startup, absolutely nothing happens unless you make it happen. Third, you get told no — a lot. Fourth, hiring is a… Continue reading Hard Thing About Hard Things