Overview of my experiential course in entrepreneurial thinking and behavior

March 24, 2016 by Joshua
in Education, Entrepreneurship, Exercises, Tips

How does a course get student reviews like these?

“This is one of the greatest classes I have ever taken. It was engaging, thought provoking, challenging, and fun. Josh is an incredible teacher, mentor, and friend to everyone in the class who is passionate about the subject matter. If I could take this class all over again, I would”


“10/10 would take again! I loved every second of this class, but what’s cooler, is that I think I may have loved the homework even more.”


“As a senior, this was the first course that challenged me, asking me to think outside my comfort zones. Yet, it is also where I developed a strong network of supporters through group projects.”


“I cannot even begin to express how much I have enjoyed this course. It is by far the best class I have taken while at NYU. Thank you, Josh, for your time, wisdom, and passion. It made an incredible impact on my life.”

(There are more here)

The video below describes how. It’s not remotely like a lecture-based course that teaches you about entrepreneurship.

It gives you skills, experience, and beliefs by having you develop a project from scratch, even if you’ve had no experience, on something you care about, that solves a problem you care about, helping people, and creating a community of people motivated to help you, including valuable decision-makers whom you will lead to see you as a peer.

I hope you can get past the low resolution. I chose a crappy webinar hosting service that I panned the other day in part for this. I think you can see most of it and the parts you can’t, I read so you can hear what the slides say.

If you’re interested in the course, click here.

If you’re interested in the course, click here.

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