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The premise of this book as is as follows: major life transitions, such as starting college, or graduating college and starting a career, can be daunting. There are an infinite number of possible paths to take, and no one is able to tell us whether we are making the right choice. Success, no matter how you define it, is not part of a simple equation. While there are common traits among those we deem successful, there is no clear delineated path or recipe for success.
Tina Seelig is a faculty director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program and received her PhD in Neuroscience from Stanford School of Medicine. She is an excellent teacher and has won several accolades in recognition of her education work. This book summarizes her model for reaching our highest potential and her life philosophy. That being said, this information is relevant regardless of age.
This is Part 1 of 2, including:
– What is an Entrepreneur?
– School is Not an Accurate Representation of the Real World
– Learn to Fail in Order to Succeed
– Have the Right Attitude
– Embrace the Impossible
Part 2 goes over:
– Money is NOT the Answer
– Grant Yourself Permission, You Don’t Need Someone Else’s Blessing
– Know When to Quit
– Choose the Career Right for You
– Become Lucky
– Other Insights
– Final Thoughts
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