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Taking the Leap
Transcript of Taking the Leap
not the HOW" -Michael Dubin, Dollar Shave Club -Brian Norgard, Chill - Mark Burnett, Producer of "Survivor" and more -Steve McKeever, Hidden Beach Records Semester Recap through
by Nicole Kohansamad "Be honest with yourself all the time about what you're doing right and wrong." "Storytelling will capture your audience or customer." "You can work alone as long as you can, but you need to know when to bring in expertise and give a little control away." -Elena Roitberg, Fresh "The moments that are hardest in your life are often the best things that have ever happened to you." -Landon Donovan, Soccer Player for LA Galaxy "Even if you're not starting the business, you can have an entrepreneurial experience." -Amanda O'Keefe; Dogswell, USC "You can't fake enthusiasm."
"Creativity comes at the intersection of domains." -Brent Bushnell, Two Bit Circus "Failure is the price of admission that we pay for success." -Chris Meledandri, Illumination Entertainment "Find the intersection of your passion and the world's greatest need." -Gary White, Water.org "Unless you try your passion, you will not know how good you are at it."
"Simple living, high thinking." -Ram Chaudhari, Fortitech "I'm not going to sit around and wait for someone to fix something I care about." -Jim McKelvey, Square "If you think you can do one thing, do three...Reach for more than you think you can do." -Adam Cheyer, Siri You'll never be one hundred percent sure...
"Take the Leap" anyway. -BAEP 470, University of Southern California