Great entrepreneurs embrace failure – because they learn from every unsuccessful venture.
We need to reprogram our own understanding (and society’s notion) of what ‘Failure’ means to ensure that it has its rightful place in the natural process of learning and developing. It is particularly important for entrepreneurs, who will face the risk of failure at every turn. This class will explore the key learnings and best practices built from other entrepreneurs errors and misjudgements – and help build a healthier, more constructive view of ‘the F-word’.
“If an entrepreneur is in this game for the long haul, they will fail so many times that they will no longer differentiate failure from success, because like any human endeavour that improves with practice, the art of business building is a steady march of preparation, timing, execution, and aftermath. And while the current opportunity landscape lets us attempt more experiments than were possible in the past, this only means that we can fail faster and cheaper, ultimately failing more often”. Daniel Crenna
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This training is part of a module containing 4 complementary units. Don’t miss out on :
Hedda Pahlson-Moller + witness entrepreneur
Hedda Pahlson-Moller, CEO of OMSINT/TIIME (www.tiimeisnow.org) is an entrepreneur and business angel focusing on early stage investing with social/environmental impact. She has been teaching Entrepreneurship at Sacred Heart University’s MBA program since 2006, as well as additional courses on Social Innovation and Social Enterprise (SESI) at University of Luxembourg and Strategy/Business Management at European University. Hedda sits on the board of the European Business Angel Network (EBAN), LBAN, LMDF, EVPA and is the president of EBAN Impact (www.ebanimpact.org).