February 19, 2018

Entrepreneurship, Joy the Movie, and Anti-Status Quos

by Christina Taft in Uncategorized

“If this ever goes someplace, some movies like Joy and Pursuit of Happyness are great!

Also, 1) At California State University, Chico, one of the ‘judges’ laughed at us BEFORE we even started to present, as if I would not know how to do a PowerPoint. “If you don’t know how to do a PowerPoint, don’t even bother starting.” HAHAHA – Actually, I had practiced beforehand and of course I knew
– Also laughed at name.

2) 29 C’s (majority of room) said “Scrap idea and go back to the drawing board” (something like that) at my 1 min 20 sec. Pitch in fall…

3) Chico Start didn’t even bother to look at my typed pages when I was seeing if I could get any help with the start up… (so obviously NO feedback on design or development). Instead, do a SURVEY (asking somebody who has NO local ‘friends’) of IF… IF… they would want a different social network. (To discourage the idea obviously, and be REGRESSIVE).
(Did not know about Minds, Gab, Loom, Loomio, etc before to challenge them on that).

4) … well you get the jist. No support around here.

Learn more outside of class.”

– I posted this on Fakebook, Fedbook, Farcebook, or what-have-you (Closed-off Book). 🙂 Actually, I do have a brain, and actually creativity, innovation, resilience, plus some management skills (or well, natural personality), mixes very well.

It’s alright, I just TRY to listen to music, videos, and more inspiring subjects, plus some anti-status quo people or subjects…. all outside of this area. Wouldn’t you think someone and other people who talk online mostly would be better at making networks to make people well, meet? That’s the whole point.

Irony is that people will say to “listen” (as an “EQ” skill – lol, well I got 60s and 50s and proud of it! Sheep zones…) in one class, but if I listened to people, whoooo knows where I would be. Likely not in a good place :P. #LearnYourself #CarryOn – It isn’t all about standardization.

If there is a 70% decline of entrepreneurship under 30 since 1989, it is very, very clear to me why. As for why those people reacted the way they did, I can only speculate in a negative way. Moreover, I criticize calculus required for many business schools now, as it is unrelated. The degrees get harder, the price increases, and the employers say we have less skills or they don’t match up.

Fantastic factory, isn’t it?

I love the below clip, too. “Don’t ever speak on behalf of my business again.” This movie should have way more fans!


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