When it comes to producing a product or service, there’s a viewpoint that comes about that really shows differences, of what has been showcased in various forms: An orchestra or a Jazz Ensemble.
Here Walt Disney in this video talks about the various artists he employes to draw his animations, as well as their personal views and talents painting the same item. But of what is most important is what Disney quotes of an artist telling first time artists what they should do in the very first part of the video.
It’s good advice, not only for artists, but for entrepreneurs, too. Enjoy, as the info is still relevant for today after may decades.
Here’s a 6:14 minute video about being motivated. It’s not about practice makes perfect, because you can do wrong things and practice them until you’re perfect at doing wrong things. You must learn what are the great attributes and elements to doing a great job and then practice them until you’re perfect. You must practice perfect things to make perfect.
You might find this blog post about entrepreneurship different, but it needs to be discussed, because entrepreneurship is about life and all that it means to each of us.
As entrepreneurs, we face challenges throughout our days, some are simple, some are critical, and others like today’s terrorist event tasks our very nature as human beings. But something like today should not be taken lightly, both as individuals and as a nation. We must face the event head on and not hide our heads under our pillows, just as any entrepreneur does when faced with uncertainty about their business.
I have been doing a lot of behind the scenes changes, not only about my blog, but more importantly about the content of my blog. I have been reading a lot of information and historical information for a revision of my book. I have read eight books in the last four months as well as being involved in a number of issues that affect both me and you, especially in Colorado. Getting to the simple issues that make your and my life better. Hence so little has been done with my blog of late. But, never one for the loss of an idea, here’s one that just might strike a nerve, or at least I hope it does, because it did me.
Seeing what was good in history to seeing a current situation as bad and wanting to change back to the “good ol’ days” is a lot or change, once you realize that the current good is really bad. But change only takes one step at a time. Watch Ron Finley as he shows how simple change can be.
Here’s a redo of Lawrence Reeds “I, Pencil” in video form describing an economy and it’s many complexities. It’s short, but very important to understand as an entrepreneur. Watch, enjoy, and learn, your business life depends on it.
A young teenaged student named Ludwick Marishane invented a water-less bathing lotion — all because he didn’t feel like taking baths. Oh, and he was named the 2011 Global Student Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
This is the BEST example of why government actions and foreign aid is limiting economic growth in the world. Ernsto Sirolli explains the differences between NGOs and entrepreneurship in a global economy.