At Princeton’s ELab: How to become a “genius” entrepreneur that people want to help

May 28, 2016 by Joshua
in Education, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Tips

I got a few short clips from my presentation on entrepreneurship when I spoke at Princeton’s Elab recently.

Entrepreneurs are often so busy pitching their ideas, they miss opportunities to attract people to help them. They don’t realize their pitching is leading people to evaluate them, which tends to separate them.

Here I talk about how to talk to people to

  • Improve your project
  • Feel vested in your success
  • See you as a genius
  • Put you in touch with others who can help

and more.

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