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Total rethink : why entrepreneurs should act like revolutionaries / by David McCourt

By: McCourt, David.
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, 2019Description: xiii, 219 p. ; electronic resource.ISBN: 9781119565352.Subject(s): Entrepreneurs | Business | Start-ups | BiographiesOnline resources: Download as an eBook | Download Audiobook
Contents:
Visualize the future -- Start a bottom-up revolution -- When the revolutionaries become the establishment and stop blowing up the model -- Entrepreneurial thinkers can be found in every walk of life -- Can you teach entrepreneurship or are creative entrepreneurs born that way? -- Work on your strengths, forget your weaknesses -- Being interested in everything -- Getting taken seriously -- Achieving the impossible -- Tell your story to the world -- Radical ways of getting paid -- Taking risks and grasping opportunities -- Connecting computers to one another -- Finding a mentor -- Trying to do everything at the same time -- If you are persistent, your Plan B may be better than your Plan A -- Crowdsourcing is the future -- The death of the middlemen -- Ten-year-olds have great ideas too -- Never be afraid to think big - or to think young -- Future generations -- The power shift -- The power of immigration -- The sheer joy of being a creative revolutionary.
Summary: Offers alternative approaches to the status quo in the way we approach business, politics and education. Consists of a biography of telecom and technology entrepreneur David McCourt, along with his thoughts and advice for creating a successful life and business.
List(s) this item appears in: Entrepreneurs and startups
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Visualize the future -- Start a bottom-up revolution -- When the revolutionaries become the establishment and stop blowing up the model -- Entrepreneurial thinkers can be found in every walk of life -- Can you teach entrepreneurship or are creative entrepreneurs born that way? -- Work on your strengths, forget your weaknesses -- Being interested in everything -- Getting taken seriously -- Achieving the impossible -- Tell your story to the world -- Radical ways of getting paid -- Taking risks and grasping opportunities -- Connecting computers to one another -- Finding a mentor -- Trying to do everything at the same time -- If you are persistent, your Plan B may be better than your Plan A -- Crowdsourcing is the future -- The death of the middlemen -- Ten-year-olds have great ideas too -- Never be afraid to think big - or to think young -- Future generations -- The power shift -- The power of immigration -- The sheer joy of being a creative revolutionary.

Offers alternative approaches to the status quo in the way we approach business, politics and education. Consists of a biography of telecom and technology entrepreneur David McCourt, along with his thoughts and advice for creating a successful life and business.

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