[Weekend Watch List] Eșuează din nou. Eșuează mai bine

[Weekend Watch List] Eșuează din nou. Eșuează mai bine

Nu știa Samuel Beckett, atunci când scria cel mai cunoscut citat al său, “Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better”, că acesta va deveni un motto al antreprenorilor. Dar, până la urmă, în lumea absurdului, totul are sens. Evoluția de la ”eșecul nu este o opțiune” la ”eșecul înseamnă experiment și încercare” relatează cel mai bine istoria companiilor din ultimii 30 de ani. Lista noastră de weekend este despre antreprenori și start up-uri și, mai ales, despre rolul eșecului în economia lui 2019. 

 

How to be an Entrepreneur

The dream of becoming an entrepreneur is extremely common. Putting the plan in action requires many things, most importantly: a really great idea. But where do really good ideas come from? Our unhappiest moments…

 

 

The 5 parts to every business: THE PERSONAL MBA by Josh Kaufman

 

Zero Equals One: Creating A Business From Nothing | Riley Csernica | TEDxCharleston

Riley Csernica makes entrepreneurship a simple equation, especially for young adults. The 24-year-old biomedical engineer explains how she co-founded a medical brace device company to create a job she would love. Through her own experience, shared with candor and humor, Csernica demonstrates how her sense of accomplishment and what she has learned along the way far exceed anything she would have gotten from an entry-level job out of college.

  

 

IMM-ist in Romania. Episodul 1: De ce incepe lumea o afacere?

1 din 3 adulți din România vrea să înceapă un business, ne spune un raport al Uniunii Europene. Cu toate astea, suntem una dintre țările din UE cu cele mai puține IMM-uri/mia de locuitori. Am povestit cu Radu Dumitescu, domeniul HORECA, Andreea Roșca - Fondator The Vast & The Curious și Tibi Moisă - Director General Adjunct BT, despre cum putem să ajută românii care vor să-și deschidă un business.

 

Why VCs and Angel Investors Say "No" to entrepreneurs | Alicia Syrett | TEDxFultonStreet

Early-stage investors often receive more than 100 pitches per month, which means they need to say "no" to over 99%. Alicia Syrett, CEO of Pantegrion Capital, frequent on-air personality on MSNBC and CNBC, shares the most common blunders that get startups rejected. Founder/CEO of Pantegrion Capital and The Point 25 Initiative. CNBC Power Pitch and MSNBC Your Business Regular. Contributor for Inc. Instructor at Columbia University. Board of the NY Tech Alliance.

   

Startup Funding Explained: Everything You Need to Know

 

How to be Taken Seriously as a Young Entrepreneur

  

So You Want To Get Your Startup Funded? | Forbes

Jim Breyer, the billionaire who gave Facebook its first venture investment, discusses what it takes for young entrepreneurs to get VCs to open their wallets.

 

Failing to Succeed: When a startup goes under

Just 3% of startups succeed. We always hear the success stories, but we rarely hear the failures.

 

Why do Startups fail? | Bikash Barai | TEDxIITKharagpur

This video is a part of the talks given at TEDxIITKharagpur 2015, produced independently of the TED conferences. In a highly competitive world, most startups believe that their success is hinged on the execution of a ground-breaking idea, and their failure is often attributed to bad execution to the said idea. But in this talk, Bikash Barai explains why execution is only secondary, primary being the idea itself. Through his own experience as a founder, Barai urges people to look for problems instead of ideas as an idea that solves a great problem is what makes the idea truly ingenious.

  

 

Why Do Startups Fail?

 

Why do so many startups fail?

 The reality for more than two-thirds of entrepreneurs is that their startups will go out of business within the first few years. Why do so many startups fail, and how do you foster a startup culture without blinding people to the harsh realities of entrepreneurship? Hal Weitzman is joined by Chicago Booth's Scott Meadow, Waverly Deutsch, and Craig Wortmann (now with Northwestern University) in a panel discussion.

 

Why Startups Fail and How to Change that. | Mira Wilczek | TEDxBeaconStreet

 Mira Wilczek, leader of Cogo Labs, a data startup incubator in Kendall Square, talks about why 80 percent of startups fail, and how to ensure that 80 percent of them succeed.

 

Kathryn Minshew: 7 Classic Startup Founder Mistakes (And How to Avoid Them)

Daily Muse co-founder and startup advisor Kathryn Minshew has started several startups and has the battle scars to prove it. In this 99U talk, Minshew shares common mistakes made by startup founders, and reveals the remedies to each. Chief among them? The “Gollum Syndrome” where founders treat their companies as “their precious.” Just launch and iterate, says Minshew, because “an ugly baby is better than no baby at all.”

 

 

The single biggest reason why start-ups succeed | Bill Gross

Bill Gross has founded a lot of start-ups, and incubated many others — and he got curious about why some succeeded and others failed. So he gathered data from hundreds of companies, his own and other people's, and ranked each company on five key factors. He found one factor that stands out from the others — and surprised even him.

  

How To Build The Next Billion Dollar Startup | Forbes

A frank conversation with legendary tech investor Peter Thiel.

 

Why Business Models Fail

 

 

15 Reasons Why Businesses Fail

  

Two reasons companies fail -- and how to avoid them | Knut Haanaes

Is it possible to run a company and reinvent it at the same time? For business strategist Knut Haanaes, the ability to innovate after becoming successful is the mark of a great organization. He shares insights on how to strike a balance between perfecting what we already know and exploring totally new ideas — and lays out how to avoid two major strategy traps.

 

  

Why Most Entrepreneurs Fail - The Survival Phase of Business

 Advice for new and established entrepreneurs from Patrick Bet-David.

 

Why Most Entrepreneurs Are Slowly Killing Themselves | Phil Drolet | TEDxMileHigh

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Can we actually accomplish more by working less? Does the success of our modern icons hide a self-destructive culture? In this persuasive talk, Phil Drolet contrasts the lifestyle of our most famous and celebrated entrepreneurs with one that draws on the training and life patterns of rock stars, athletes and artists to drive excellence and achievement.

 

Tony Robbins-THE REASON WHY ENTREPRENEURS FAIL

  

 

My entrepreneurial failures | Maneesh Garg | TEDxIfe

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Maneesh Garg runs a multi-million dollar company in Nigeria. But his story has not always been spectacular. In this talk, he speaks about being arrested, detained, duped and losing billions of Naira. His talk would attract would-be entrepreneurs.

 

 

12 Mistakes I Made My First Year as an Entrepreneur

 

Worst Company Disasters! | Top 6 Blunders

 

Failure Is Part of Success: Eduardo Zanatta at TEDxBYU

Humanity: Many desire success. Reality: Not all achieve it. Why? Because of one fundamental element of success: FAILURE. What does that mean to me?

 

 

Entrepreneur Failure Stories: 10 Entrepreneurs Who Failed Big Before Becoming Successful

Entrepreneur Failure Stories: 10 Entrepreneurs Who Failed Big Before Becoming Successful. Failure is a part of business. Very few entrepreneurs ever make it big without first experiencing some massive failures. Whether it be running a business into the ground, getting fired from a job or even going to jail, plenty of very successful entrepreneurs have seen huge failures before ever accomplishing their dreams. So if you ever feel worn down or intimidated by the thought of failing, just take a look at these entrepreneurs who failed before making it big.

 

 

Top 10 Successful COMPANIES that Started Life As Something Totally DIFFERENT

 Most of us go through life not knowing who we are, or what we want to do, until at least a few decades in. Well go through many false starts, and travel through many dead-end paths, until we find the one that’s truly right for us. Many companies are the same way. Oftentimes, the most successful corporations on Earth started with one simple idea, and are now vastly successful in a very different area. 

 

50 Entrepreneurs share priceless advice

 

 

The Three Rules from the most successful companies

 

 

What they don't tell you about entrepreneurship | Mark Leruste | TEDxCardiff

Starting your own business will solve everything that’s wrong about your job, your life and more importantly, about how you feel. Becoming an entrepreneur will give you more flexibility, more freedom, more joy, more recognition, more meaning and hopefully on the long run, more money. Right?

 

 

Entrepreneurs should follow their instincts | Steve Bartlett | TEDxLondon

Steve doesn’t do things by the book. In business, he ignores the rules and follows his instincts. He describes his journey from university drop-out to award-winning entrepreneur.
Steve Bartlett is a 23 year old British entrepreneur, public speaker, and the Chief Executive Officer of influencer marketing agency Social Chain. He received the Lloyds TSB young entrepreneur of the year award in 2013 for his success in creating a web based platform aimed at students.

 

What is the Best Business Education? Run a Marathon. | Andrew Johnston | TEDxYouth@MileHigh

 How can we learn the fundamentals to business in just a semester? In this inspiring talk, business and grit teacher Andrew Johnston reveals the how and why of marathoning to learn what it takes to go the distance.

 

What is the Best Business Education? Run a Marathon. | Andrew Johnston | TEDxYouth@MileHigh

 How can we learn the fundamentals to business in just a semester? In this inspiring talk, business and grit teacher Andrew Johnston reveals the how and why of marathoning to learn what it takes to go the distance.

 

The Indian approach to business: Devdutt Pattanaik at TEDxGateway 2013

 Dr. Devdutt Pattanaik writes and lectures extensively on the relevance of mythology in matters related to leadership, entrepreneurship, branding, management and governance. He serves as Chief Belief Officer of the Future Group. And is also story consultant to Star TV.

 

The Power of an Entrepreneurial Mindset | Bill Roche | TEDxLangleyED

When we help youth to develop an entrepreneurial mindset, we empower them to be successful in our rapidly changing world. Whether they own a business or work for someone else, young adults need the skills and confidence to identify opportunities, solve problems and sell their ideas. This skillset can be encouraged and developed in elementary schools, with the immediate benefit of increased success in school.

 

How the entrepreneurial mindset can change you: Henrik Scheel at TEDxSacramento

What if we stopped coming up with excuses and started doing something to solve the big problems around us?

 

 

Les Brown - How to Cultivate an Entrepreneurial Mindset

 

 

What makes an entrepreneur? | Sahar Hashemi | TEDxYouth@Bath

 This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Sahar sits on the Entrepreneurs Panel for the government and was voted one of the 10 most influential thinkers in the UK alongside Sir Tim Berners Lee, Sahar is also a fantastic speaker and we can’t wait for you to hear her.

 

Entrepreneurial DNA: Joe Abraham at TEDxBend

 Joe is the founder/CEO of bosiDNA.com, featured in the Wall Street Journal for its breakthrough technology and award-winning accelerator.

 

Entrepreneurial Spirit: Jennifer Gilbert at TEDxBarnardCollege

 n her TEDxBarnardCollegeWomen talk, Jennifer shares her own story of entrepreneurial spirit, showing one person's experience of re-imagining leadership to reflect the needs of women and society.

 

How I hacked an ultramarathon by thinking like an entrepreneur | Phil Sanderson | TEDxBeaconStreet

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Phil Sanderson, an entrepreneur and venture capitalist, has run over 40 ultra marathons ranging from 31 to 100 miles. For the first time last September, he ran the Wasatch 100-miler in the Utah mountains with almost no training (don't try that at home). Sanderson explains how he "hacked" the race by drawing from an unlikely strategy-- entrepreneurship. Based on his work funding entrepreneurs, Sanderson identifies the fundamental hacking principles used by the most successful entrepreneurs -- and describes how he applied these principles to achieve his goal of finishing a 100-mile race in under 30 hours.

 

 

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