I believe coming out of this class I have a much better ability to present. I also learned how to interact professionally from talking to judges when presenting our BOR . . .The last skill that vastly improved was teamwork. Being involved in such a major project has taught me a lot about contributing. I believe that this project helped me learn collaboration skills and methods of talking through things with people.
- Isaac G
First, from our class of 2020, Entrepreneurship Honors
I feel I have grown into a more hardworking and persevering person. Entrepreneurship 2 has allowed me the chance to dig deeper into myself and find my strengths and weaknesses. The class has given me the opportunity to work on these weaknesses and better myself in a comfortable environment surrounded by people I know support me and want to see me succeed. This semester has not just taught me about the importance of financial statements or executive summaries, but about the importance of constantly improving and working on yourself, so you are better than the day before.
- Peyton I.
In E2 I’m ok with leaving my comfort zone in pursuit of bettering myself; something I can’t say for [other] classes, where by the time you learn from your mistakes, your grade will be in shambles. I like the “aura” of the class. . . . It’s nice to be surrounded by like minded individuals who share a growth oriented mindset. I developed more initiative, by not hesitating to speak to professionals. Whether it be the CEO of our business, or contacting the various practices around the triangle. I’m no longer afraid of leaving my comfort zone, and of people saying no when I ask them for help.
- Jakari R
Through the creation of my project, and the opportunity that I have had to work with ASaP, I feel more confident than ever in my abilities not only as a student, but as a functioning piece of the global web of connections. The most interesting thing I learned about entrepreneurship is that it isn’t always about making deals, negotiating, and brainstorming; sometimes, you just need to put your nose to the grindstone and get things done.
- Josh C.
- Josh C.