Each week I read a number of peak performance and entrepreneurial articles from various online resources. Here are my top three picks this week. I have added my comment about each article and would like to hear what you think too.
Entrepreneurship Education Not Just for Entrepreneurs
By Barry Glassner
Entrepreneurship is enjoying tremendous growth at our colleges and universities. Courses and programs are now common at institutions large and small, numbering in the hundreds. Read more
My Comment: By educating students and employees on applying entrepreneurial thinking companies will make far greater breakthroughs. www.motivateresults.com
Entrepreneurship In Translation, Part 1
By Linda Essig
With some frequency, I am asked to provide a definition of “arts entrepreneurship.” I have a short working definition (the cocktail party version is “Arts entrepreneurship is entrepreneurial action in the service of art”). I’ve written longer descriptions of arts entrepreneurship practice and defended the concept against assertions that it does not exit. One question I am sometimes asked – the answer to which is embodied in the cocktail party response – is “how is arts entrepreneurship different than any other sectoral form of entrepreneurship?” Are the actions of an artist starting, for example, a new collective gallery any different from someone starting a new dry cleaning company in the shopping plaza down the street? Read more
My Comment: It’s important to develop your ideas and concepts with someone in the marketplace who can envision its application. www.motivateyourresults.com
Adjust Stress Level for Top Performance
By Cindy Matthes-Loy
“All the world’s a stage and all the men and women merely players…”
My Comment: Right on with the concept peak performance isn’t when you try your hardest. It’s when you achieve uninhibited flow. www.motivateyourresults.com
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