As the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) wrapped up the last day of its annual Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) Global Finals, the final six participants presented their companies and products to a mesmerized audience. As the remaining student entrepreneurs presented their businesses, which ranged from furniture rentals to foldable sunglasses and learning programs, everyone in the crowd fed off of their passion, personalities and future growth plans.
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Octane Results: Goal Setting
By Rene Seifert, an EO Bangalore member and Managing Director of Level 360 Service
If you’re reading this blog post, you’re probably sitting at your desk and have been sitting at your desks for several hours. More and more people are starting to spend more time in sedentary positions and EO Bangalor member Rene Seifer gives his audience five reasons to get up, circulate blood flow and enjoy a more active lifestyle even during one’s workday. So sit back or, better yet, stand up to enjoy today’s blog post.
Conor Neill, an EO Spain-Barcelona member and teacher at IESE Business School, gives a compelling TEDxTalks inspired by the three criteria Warren Buffet uses to choose the people he trusts with his investments. Learn how you could maximize these criteria in your own life.
To learn more about Conor, you can visit his blog Moving People to Action
By Taffy Williams of the Charlotte Small Business Examiner
Everyone knows that doing the same thing repeatedly rarely leads to significant change. Sometimes, it takes mixing things up to recognize new paths leading to personal growth. This became more obvious during a recent trip to speak with some medical professionals and help an entrepreneur creating a startup fashion business. Oddly enough, the people involved were mostly scientists and medical professionals that were developing and enhancing their artistic interests and translating the new skills to their respective businesses.