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Entrepreneurial Studies: What You should do when pitching your ideas? Part Two

2. Don't just jump straight from the problem space to your solution -- what were the *specific* customer insights that informed the *specific* aspects/features/services of your solution ? from @lissijean — Justin Crist Lee (@justincristlee) January 24, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: What You should do when pitching your idea?

1. When pitching, (a) ask a teammate to be notetaker (b) ask judges if you can record yourself (c) do not get defensive about your ideas (d) ask your judges for relevant contacts in the space e.g., "do you know someone i could speak with to learn more about XYZ" from @austinfish — Justin Crist Lee (@justincristlee) January 24, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: What is Entrepreneurship?

“Entrepreneurship is the pursuit of opportunity without regard for resources currently controlled... and, therefore, also leadership under uncertainty.” @HarvardHBS @HBSRock #TheEntrepreneurialManager pic.twitter.com/qV85QZSWzm — Justin Crist Lee (@justincristlee) January 30, 2020

How many of these leadership attributes do you have?

How do you define Leadership? Deepak Chopra provides a list of 7 key factors that make a great leader, a leader that always leads from the heart. How many of these attributes do you currently have? Which ones are you working on to become a better leader? #business #sleadership pic.twitter.com/y16To6LCbH — Aipeia Consulting (@aipeia) January 30, 2020

Want to engage your child with great educational app?

Want to engage your kids with educational apps? Here are some great Educational Apps For Kids you can look at. They teach spellings, math, critical thinking etc. - Flow Free - Todo Math - Spelling Stage - Lightbot: Code Hour - Epic - Science360 - ClassDojo - DragonBox — ‘Tunde Omotoye 🇳🇬 (@TundeTASH) January 27, 2020

Leadership Studies: What are You passionate about?

Passion fuels life. What are you passionate about? #JMTeam pic.twitter.com/6gbjAjFMDR — Dianne Reilly (@LeadershipBEST) January 28, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Should Start-ups ignore traction metrics?

The more I work w/startups, the more I believe they should ignore traction metrics (ARR, growth rate, etc) until they're close to product/market fit. Once you report that you grew 50%/mo & hit $3k MRR, your team & investors will focus on optimizing traction instead of learning. — Leo Polovets (@lpolovets) January 28, 2020

Leadership Studies: What You should do when you are in crisis?

You can’t bring your best self when everything’s a crisis and you’re perpetually over-committed. Work on getting enough sleep. Practice breathing. Learn how to prioritize. (That’s code for saying no.) Ask, “What will we do differently next time?” #leadership #LFreakquote — Dan Rockwell (@Leadershipfreak) January 27, 2020

Want to be a successful You?

Want to be successful? Try just showing up and doing your best every day! #leadership pic.twitter.com/50qbpCRpIj — Bruce Van Horn (@BruceVH) January 23, 2020

Leadership Studies: What is your goal for today?

Your goal should not be to be better than someone else. Your goal should be to be better than the person you were yesterday. #FridayMotivation #motivation #FridayThoughts #FridayFeeling #leadership #success — Rev. Chris Mathebula (@mathebula_chris) January 24, 2020

Leadership Studies: What Clayton Christensen will be remembered For?

MYPOV: RIP. one of the management greats! #leadership #strategy #management “Doing deals doesn’t yield the deep rewards that come from building up people,” said management guru Clayton M. Christensen, who died at age 67 https://t.co/fA1Ee0acLD via @WSJ — @WEF R “Ray” Wang 王瑞光 #ExtremeCapitalism #Duopoly (@rwang0) January 25, 2020

Leadership Studies: How to adequately prepare for leadership.

Shakespeare: “Modest doubt is the beacon of the wise.” Good leaders accumulate information. They reflect on their experience. They take counsel of their advisors. When all of that is done, when it’s time to lead, they rely ultimately on their own moral compass. #Leadership — GEN(R) Martin E. Dempsey (@Martin_Dempsey) January 21, 2020

Digital Marketing: Six Social Media tips that you can use on all platforms.

6 #SocialMedia Tips That Work on All Social Platforms - Use high value hashtags - Dare to ask questions - Find relevant groups - Use Gifs/videos - Write about what's trending (and relevant) - Show and trigger emotions What would you add to the list? #smm #marketing pic.twitter.com/yonokyTfO2 — Rebekah Radice (@RebekahRadice) January 22, 2020

Digital Marketing: How to conduct competitive analysis.

How to Conduct a Competitive Analysis Ready to launch a new product, service or online business? Start here: 1. Identify 5 competitors 2. Analyze product, portfolio, positioning 3. Assess #marketing strategy 4. Perform SWOT 5. Check reviews 6. Examine customer experience — Rebekah Radice (@RebekahRadice) January 23, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Why You should start your business in your 30's?

Finally! After my birthday in May, time to start another company. Yes! "A 60-year-old startup founder is three times more likely to succeed than a 30-year-old founder." ~G. Dautovic https://t.co/FeX1qUNTmi — Jim O'Shaughnessy (@jposhaughnessy) January 20, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Are You Under-appreciating Your Pricing?

Pricing is underappreciated by many early stage companies. If you set initial prices carelessly, you might spend an extra 6 months searching for product-market fit or miss out on an extra year of runway. Pricing has a huge ROI-to-effort ratio. https://t.co/xUgWRa9kYc — Leo Polovets (@lpolovets) January 21, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Are You Watching These 3 Trending AI Technology ?

Top story: Council Post: Three AI Technology Trends To Watch In 2020 https://t.co/HsZJVFwiRp , see more https://t.co/VXYRVjeDkl — Joseph Moshood (@jmgladstar) January 14, 2020

Leadership Studies: What are you doing to make the world better like this hero?

Top story: @WhiteHouse : '"Today, we pause to honor the incredible life and accomplishments of Dr. King, who helped shape the Civil Rights Movement, gave hope to millions experiencing discrimination, and whose enduring m… pic.twitter.com/PCVz64nG20 , see more https://t.co/VXYRVjeDkl — Joseph Moshood (@jmgladstar) January 21, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: What are you doing to become wealthy?

What do you do if you want to be a millionaire& wealthy ? Your focus should be on building & increasing assets, & income, decreasing liabilities should be a must too! #Entrepreneurship pic.twitter.com/A14TWOIctw — SHEPHARD KEMBO (ENTREPRENUER) (@kembochakata) January 20, 2020

Leadership Studies: Is Your Action inspiring Others?

If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do... ~John Q. Adams #quotes #inspiration #leadership pic.twitter.com/oMYbfhWQeC — ActionComplete (@ActionComplete) January 18, 2020

Leadership Studies: Are You imitating others?

Never imitate others. Rather let’s find ourselves and be ourselves. Envy is ignorance and imitation is suicide. Your power lies in your own unique strengths. #authenticity #leadership #success pic.twitter.com/0CAB8CHuni — Nick Christelis (@LeadingGuru) January 19, 2020

Are You seeking to serve or be served as a leader?

Good #leadership is knowing that people are not there to serve you but for you to serve them by aiding their development with the challenges you provide https://t.co/fdINawLsez — Ross Swan (@RossSwan2) January 16, 2020

What is the greatest battle that you are fighting as a leader?

For most leaders - if they are honest with themselves - their greatest battle happens not out there but in here; about themselves: Overcoming self doubt; remaining optimistic and confident about themselves and the future; refining their character; and more... #leadership — Adriaan Groenewald (@AdriaanG_LP) January 18, 2020

Are You failing your team?

Regular praise or appreciation for doing ur job well is not a “participation trophy”. It can have a meaningful impact on staff performance. If the only time staff hear praise is during a performance appraisal, you are failing your team. #leadership https://t.co/wIFXrARFzV — Kelly S (@KellyOT) January 18, 2020

What matters most when considering job offers?

What matters most to people when it comes to accepting a job offer? Pay & Benefits, of course Well, not so fast. According to a new WSJ survey of 10,000 US professionals, "company #culture " (22% saying it's #1) now ranks almost as high pay (24%). #LeadFromTheHeart #Leadership #HR — Mark C. Crowley (@MarkCCrowley) January 17, 2020

Are You Leading from the back or front?

This is leadership!! Do you agree? 👍 #inspiration #motivation #leadership pic.twitter.com/MTs4VoMUj3 — The Sustainable Development Goals #SDGs (@ConnectSDGs) January 17, 2020

Are You making decisions based on stress, time crunches or fatigue?

Be careful not to make decisions based on stress, time crunches or fatigue. #leadership pic.twitter.com/KNnDd73Rjz — Bruce Van Horn (@BruceVH) January 16, 2020

Leadership Studies: What is your weekly leadership routines?

My Rx for #leadership : 1/ Tell a faculty member - esp someone having a rough day - of how proud you are of all they do. 2/ Turn off your email and phone to be present with your family. 3/ Make time to do something you love. It’ll make you a better leader. Repeat weekly. — Vineet Chopra (@vineet_chopra) January 15, 2020

Leadership Studies: Do You Really want to be a leader?

Do you really want it? "When you know what you want, and want it bad enough, you will find a way to get it." Jim Rohn #leadership pic.twitter.com/MxFrEcMQwu — My Big Idea® (@MBIMyBigIdea) January 17, 2020

Leadership Studies: Wouldn’t it be amazing if teams tried to outdo each other in service to each other?

Successful leaders create environments where teammates serve each other. Wouldn’t it be amazing if teams tried to outdo each other in service to each other? #leadership #teams #LFreakquote — Dan Rockwell (@Leadershipfreak) January 15, 2020

Leadership Studies: Are You in charge or caring for those in your charge?

100% endorse: “ #Leadership is not about being in charge. Leadership is about looking after those in our charge.” - @simonsinek pic.twitter.com/AB9UBzJ9Tw — John P Erwin III MD✭ (@HeartOTXHeartMD) January 15, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: What is the best comparative advantage for start-ups?

This from @bhorowitz ’s book has been stuck in my mind for a week👇 A startup’s comparative advantage is speed. But lack of trust creates massive friction. So startups virtually eliminate their edge if they don't build trust—with customers/each other—into their DNA from day one. pic.twitter.com/WJszW4SVUB — Kyle Tibbitts (@KyleTibbitts) January 15, 2020

Are You Supporting The tragedy in the classroom?

Sadly, by their teen years, many gifted students have lost their passion for learning. Their years of studying class material that doesn’t challenge them may result in depression and boredom. pic.twitter.com/iv4AM0BlCs — SENG (@SENG_Gifted) January 14, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Are You mapping your actions to your ambitions?

Map your actions to your ambitions. This is where so many entrepreneurs fail. -------------------- What is the #1 action that you need to take? I'd love to know your thoughts in the comments below! -------------------- #Believe #entrepreneur #ambitions #goals pic.twitter.com/XQNXkFJgna — Evan Carmichael #Believe (@EvanCarmichael) January 14, 2020

Leadership Studies: Are You confused about your priorities in life?

If you're getting confused about the things you need to prioritize in life, take your time to start again and find your focus. ⏱️ It doesn't have to be once. Do it as much as you need to until you know what to do. 👍 #priorities #focus pic.twitter.com/m35g9AH6Rj — Josh Elledge (@joshelledge) January 14, 2020

Leadership Studies: Are Your Friends bad for your health?

Top story: Are your friends bad for your health? - BBC News https://t.co/Abc0wtDA9W , see more https://t.co/VXYRVjeDkl — Joseph Moshood (@jmgladstar) January 1, 2020

Leadership Studies: How to prevent employees burntout.

Top story: 6 Important Tips on How to Prevent Your Employees from Burnout - Lolly Daskal | Leadership | Lolly Daskal https://t.co/ZWuqduNoEc , see more https://t.co/VXYRVjeDkl — Joseph Moshood (@jmgladstar) January 11, 2020

Leadership Studies: Can You Differentiate Your Personality from Your Character?

Your personality comes out when everything is going well. Your character come out when nothing is going well. #Leadership — Scott Cochrane (@WScottCochrane) January 10, 2020

Career Talk: What is working like a nurse like in Germany?

“I’ve been working as a nurse for 25 years – and I still enjoy it very much." What is working as a #nurse like in #Germany ? Steffen Roesel gives you deeper insights in his daily routine. #career @MakeitinGermany #job #health #care https://t.co/7Zpjq9xzDy — Deutschland.de/en (@en_germany) January 7, 2020

Leadership Studies: Bill Gates` advice on personal growth

Bill Gates advice on personal growth: Surround yourself with people who challenge you, teach you, and push you to be your better self via @larrykim #CES2020 #FutureOfWork #Leadership #career #jobs #TechForGood cc @antgrasso @jblefevre60 @AnnaMamalaki pic.twitter.com/qwnwWOMm0W — Harold Sinnott #CES2020 (@HaroldSinnott) January 10, 2020

Leadership Studies: You can be a true leader today?

True #Leadership is not about titles or authority. It’s an attitude, a desire to put others first. And it can be done from where ever you are today. pic.twitter.com/S8aPVg4sUe — Mike McDonald (@_PastorMike_) January 9, 2020

Leadership Studies: How You Can Inspire your family and nation to greatness.

Where there is no hope, it is proof there is no vision of a better future (or the vision is not communicated). Where there is no vision, it is proof there is no leadership. Inspire your family, organisation or nation to great achievements with vision! #leadership #vision — SamAdeyemiGLC (@samadeyemiglc) January 10, 2020

Career Talk: How You can build ethical career.

How can you ensure that, from day to day and decade to decade, you will do the right thing in your professional life? https://t.co/4STcXYXlWk — Harvard Business Review (@HarvardBiz) January 10, 2020

Career Talk: What is the easiest way to get higher pay?

And then they hire a replacement & over-pay them: Gartner research says the best way for employees to get ahead is to quit their job & go to another company for higher pay. “Companies are willing to pay 15% more for new employees & just 2-3% to current ones." #Career #Work #HR — Mark C. Crowley (@MarkCCrowley) January 10, 2020

Leadership Studies: Is there any overlap between competence and confidence?

"In any area of talent, including leadership, there is very little overlap between confidence and competence." https://t.co/tBATRS0QzH — TED Talks (@TEDTalks) January 9, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Are You using acceptance for an opportunity to invalidate your idea?

Your thread here summarises the point i always make that not being accepted for an opportunity doesn't invalidate your idea. Young people need to accept this reality that the competition is fierce & we all have to find what works for us. #Entrepreneurship https://t.co/YYR3B3kpIf — Dr Shadrach Akpem (@shadrachAkpem) January 6, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Can You hit a target if you don't know what it is?

Very few people have specific and measurable goals, and even fewer have written these goals down. Remember: You can't hit a target if you don't know what it is. 🔥 #inspiration #business #entrepreneur pic.twitter.com/gUulbyVrhk — Joshua Charles (@JoshuaCharles02) January 8, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Five Things You must learn to be a successful entrepreneur.

5 things I learned as an #entrepreneur : 1. Your idea doesn’t need to be great but your execution must be excellent. 2. Everyone on your team is in sales. 3. You are the brand. 4. Customer feedback is critical. 5. And so is culture. — Betty Liu (@BettyWLiu) January 7, 2020

Leadership Studies: Do You have the qualities possessed by the best leaders?

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The best leaders are passionate about developing the emerging leaders around them; they continuously work to improve their emotional intelligence & know that strong team culture is the foundation for accomplishing great things. (Leadership First) #leadershipmatters pic.twitter.com/TXSxTvqGKs — Ray Boyd (@RayBoyd007) January 3, 2020

Leadership Studies: What is the challenge and result of leadership?

The definition of leadership is influence. The challenge of leadership is conflict. The result of leadership is change. If things aren't changing & improving around you, before you question your influence, reflect on how well you confront & resolve conflict. #leadership pic.twitter.com/ua4y9jXSeC — T.J. Vari (@tjvari) January 4, 2020

Career Studies: What You need to be an outstanding Marketer?

The modern marketer must have hard skills and soft skills: Hard skills: - Analytics - Content strategy - Social Media - Mobile - Ecommerce Soft Skills: - Creativity - Resourcefulness - Adaptability - Collaboration - Leadership #marketing #entrepreneur pic.twitter.com/I4jwzXe6Sz — Rebekah Radice (@RebekahRadice) January 6, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Are You Afraid of Competition?

Competition is a myth. All that exists is you consistently trying to be and do your personal best. #leadership #entrepreneur pic.twitter.com/RESlC5jrQ7 — Bruce Van Horn (@BruceVH) January 6, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: What is the most dangerous thing that an investor can do to a startup?

The most damaging thing you can do as an investor is walk away from a signed term sheet. It can destroy a startup. Short of fraud, if you care to be in this business you should never break your word. Don't use term sheets as an invitation to do your homework. Do the work first! https://t.co/DyTZyZcUzm — Villi (@villi) January 6, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Can You run a business without delegation?

Delegation is an essential part while running a business. Accept it, you're not a genie to do everything at the same time! #marketing #marketingstrategy #entrepreneur #business #entrepreneurship #jacksonrobin #market #sales #entrepreneurs #entrepreneurlife #quotes pic.twitter.com/A003osruxe — Jackson A. Robin (@iamjacksonrobin) January 6, 2020

Leadership Studies: Why Highly Efficient Leaders fail?

The high levels of efficiency that allow highly task-focused leaders to be so productive often come at the expense of a more people-based focus. https://t.co/eNjsTk2LrP #LeadershipDevelopment HarvardBiz — Laws Of Attraction (@leadershiplaws) January 1, 2020 ht

Leadership Studies: Are You a Leader?

"A leader is someone who holds her—or himself accountable for finding the potential in people and processes." - Brené Brown #leadership #leadershipdevelopment #potential #QOTD pic.twitter.com/V4zvBiaW4a — Stephen R. Covey (@StephenRCovey) December 29, 2019

Leadership Studies: What You should do when you cannot go further?

"Whatever you're feeling like you're at your breaking point, like it's the max, you can't go any further. Tell yourself, "This is just a warm-up. I'm capable of more." what that does is lets you go a little bit further." - Evan Carmichael #Believe #holdon pic.twitter.com/MryYAUz3hz — Evan Carmichael #Believe (@EvanCarmichael) December 31, 2019