Where do I even begin? This course has really opened my eyes to the intense world of entrepreneurship. I began this semester with the naïve perception that starting my own business would be a simple task and ended knowing that it’s one of the hardest, most rewarding things I could ever set out to do.… Continue reading What haven’t I learned?
I learned more in this class than in any of my other classes. I can say that definitively. I started the semester off working on a travel blog and ended with a social media marketing business that already has a client. I can’t even believe how far I came. I didn’t even create Denalicat Media… Continue reading I did it! I started my own business
I always thought that starting a business would be easy. In my mind, all a person had to due was create a useful product, find customers and BAM! The money would start pouring in. I was right about creating a useful product and finding a target market, but when it comes to entrepreneurship being easy,… Continue reading There’s always room for growth
Jrn 450 has forced me to think outside of what I thought I knew and explore some things I never thought of before. Marketing and entrepreneurship have never been strong suits of mine, and frankly going into the class I thought I was going to hate it. The business side of media had always been a… Continue reading My Jrn 450 Experience
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?”
After listen to this week’s material I found out that most of the good entrepreneurship has one common theme, which is to be brave to break the comfort zone. Before building Southwest Airlines, Herb Kelleher did not know anything about airlines. Actually he was a lawyer at that time. During the first several years he… Continue reading Why They Success and How It Feel When You Have An Entrepreneur in Home.
There are a lot of successful startup examples out there for us to learn about. They have a lot of similarities and those are the keys to success. First of all, they all have a clear target market and they know what their target audience needs. Secondly, they have a well-developed revenue model. Furthermore, they… Continue reading How you are doing is more important than what you are doing