Mindset is everything. In this video, Jason Forrest, an EO Fort Worth member and Chief Sales Officer for Forrest Performance Group, challenges the mindset of “loser millennials.” He offers mindset and behavior changes to unleash this generation’s potential: Change how you see millennials. Understand what drives millennials (they desire to be coached, inspired, and part of a team). Tap into their whys to access their strengths. When you change the way you see millennials, millennials change (along with your results).
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Asking these questions just may spark your next big idea.
Andy Bailey is an Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) member from Nashville and lead entrepreneur coach with Petra, a business-coaching firm. Andy also serves in an advisory role on the Gazelles Council, the leaders of the scale-up movement. We asked him about his thoughts around innovation and the best ways to inspire it.
Very few companies I work with would list innovation as one of their top five strengths. In fact, most people struggle to find better ways to do things. They find comfort in doing things as they have always done them and never make a change. Sometimes that’s okay–
By Mark Tepper, an EO Cleveland member and president of Strategic Wealth Partners
So you’ve shaken hands and signed on the dotted line. Time to bust out the cocktails and take a yearlong trip without your cell phone or laptop, right? Almost. Be sure you have the following loose ends tied up, then go ahead and book your flight:
- Let Your Employees Know
For participants of the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA), EO’s flagship program for nurturing the next generation of entrepreneurs, opportunities for leadership and business growth are boundless. In this edition of Project Octane, we highlight the 2016 EO GSEA Finals, where 51 #studentpreneurs from 51 countries came together in Bangkok, Thailand. Discover the role EO GSEA plays in the lives of young entrepreneurs everywhere— watch this special video!
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By Kevin Xu, CEO of MEBO International
So you have a great idea, and you want to build a business around it. That’s great! But how do you know when your idea is worth protecting from poachers?
First, you have to understand what intellectual property is. Intellectual property is any idea or product that is valuable to you or your company — an idea that defines you. As an entrepreneur, it is vital that you own and protect your unique ideas so others don’t steal them and claim your ideas as their own.