When It Comes to The Young Entrepreneur Academy: The Secret to Getting Started

Oct 29, 2021 Asia

In his book The Young Innovator, Michael Eisner talks about a few different strategies that can help you become an early-stage entrepreneur.

One is to build relationships with the right people.

You have to do your homework and you have to be open to learning from other people.

That’s how you find out what the right mentors are.

But you also have to get in touch with your peers.

In the book, he talks about meeting with a local community college, and then meeting with other people who are in the same space as you.

The idea is to get a sense of what people are thinking and why they think that way.

The second is to understand what’s going on with the market and where they’re going, and what their plans are going to be.

This is an important part of the entrepreneurial journey.

The third is to connect with people who can help guide you.

So, for example, you can find a local company that offers the most value, and you can work with that company to get you started.

Or you can start your own business and find the best talent to do that.

So the way you connect with your fellow entrepreneurs is by building a relationship.

And the third part is to start your business.

The first step is to find out who the right entrepreneurs are.

They might be a small group of people who just want to get started and build something new.

Or they might be the founders of a big company, who want to build a platform for a new product or service.

You don’t have to go and find all of these entrepreneurs.

You just have to connect the dots and connect with the people who will help you get started.

It’s a little bit like starting a business in college, but it’s a whole lot easier because you don’t need to be an MBA or a professional.

It can be any kind of startup, and it’s all about building a community of like-minded people.

But the key is to do it the right way, and build a community.

If you don, you’re not going to get there.

If we can connect with like-minded people, we can build a successful business.

And if we can work together and help each other, we’re going to do a better job of making a difference.

So it’s really important to get to know the right type of people.

Michael E. Eisner, the co-founder of Pixar Animation Studios, is the author of several books on the topic.

This episode is part of our series on the Entrepreneurship Challenge, a collaboration between the National Geographic Society and National Geographic Kids.

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This article originally appeared on National Geographic.

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