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Entrepreneurship

Individual Activity:Style - TIPS


Entrepreneurship Style: TIPS
Dream it, Do it

TIPS FOR

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COMMUNICATE YOUR IDEAS WELL
WFNEN 100: Orientation Program in Entrepreneurship

Your ideas may not always come out sounding the way they do in your head. Depend-
ing on who you are addressing, the way you present your thoughts may need to
change — tailor your message for your audience. Draw your ideas out if you need to!

2L FIND YOUR CHEERLEADERS

Ideas often get shot down, especially if you’re coming up with many of them constantly. It is
important to find the motivation to keep going even if you face rejection. Find a group of
close friends and partners in imagination who will support you and can serve as a sounding
board to initially bounce your ideas off.

3K KEEP IDEATING AND RECORD YOUR IDEAS

The best way to have good ideas is to have many of them. Identify when and how you have
ideas, and make it a part of your daily routine — for example, it may be reading, watching
inspiring videos, walking, or even doodling that can generate new ideas. Maintain a journal to
document your ideas everyday.

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WORK WITH SOMEONE WHO COMPLEMENTS YOU

On projects and work-related assignments, someone like a Maker or a Merchant


would be a good fit, given their focus on strategy, plans, and execution. You can to-
gether ensure that your ideas get put into action. Your idealism will be a good match
for their pragmatism.

5 TAKE ON SHORT TERM ASSIGNMENTS

Consider careers where you will be recognized and rewarded for your innate talent,
which is to come up with new and innovative ideas — relevant fields include design
(industrial design, product design, etc), research and development for new products,
marketing, etc. You could do an internship or practicum to figure out where you’d be
a good fit.

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