As the 16-week JRN450 class on entrepreneurship comes to a close, there is a lot to be reflected on. When I first started, I had a very vague idea on what “entrepreneurship” meant, what it entailed, and how someone could be one. I now realize a lot of my perceptions of these at the beginning… Continue reading 16 Weeks With Entrepreneurship
I used to think that if you have a great idea, you can be successful. That’s all it took. Something original that solved a problem that everyone wanted to get their hands on, something that made life easier. In theory, yes. After all, the foundation of a startup did start with identifying a problem and… Continue reading Startups, Not for Everyone
Truthfully, I wasn’t expecting to partake in an entrepreneurial adventure for the past semester, but it was interesting to delve into the state of media and learn from other startups. I really enjoyed listening to How I Built This podcasts, especially with Whitney Wolfe, founder of Bumble, and Carley Roney and David Liu, founders of… Continue reading Entrepreneurship Is Not For The Faint of Heart
As I approach graduation and look back at all the classes, I realize my media entrepreneurship course one of the most interesting and exciting courses I took. Not having a test every two weeks, only having to post a blog post every week and a group project this class seemed like a breeze. Learning how… Continue reading The End is Finally Here!
When I signed up for this class, I didn’t know what I was getting myself into! And to make things more interesting this was my first class in my whole four and a half years that was on Friday! Surprisingly, I learned a lot from this class and will be taking some of the concepts… Continue reading I am Ready for the World!
As I approach graduation, looking back at the creating/marketing media class in which we focused on entrepreneurship, I realize how essential the knowledge I learned really is. Not only is it essential for students and working professionals in the world of communication, but it is knowledge that could be beneficial to those in all majors… Continue reading Modern Day Entrepreneurship
Do you remember the first time you rode a bike? Or any of the “firsts” throughout your lifetime? That feeling of uncertainty dancing around in your mind, maybe even making you second guess yourself. No one can really prepare you for it, you just sort of do it. And you practice. Then practice some more.… Continue reading What Riding a Bike Taught Me About Entrepreneurship