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Emotional Intellegence for Entrepreneurs: What You Missed

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On Monday, November 13, 2017, speaker Matt Davis came to Belmont to inform students about Emotional Intelligence, or as he likes to call it, "Emotional Fitness." Matt Davis is an entrepreneur himself and founded Grapevine Interactive Technologies.

Emotional Intelligence is defined as "the ability to identify and manage your own emotions and the emotions of others. It is generally said to include these three skills: emotional awareness; the ability to harness emotions and apply them to tasks like thinking and problem solving; and the ability to manage emotions, which includes regulating your own emotions and cheering up or calming down other people." (psycologytoday.com).

Davis prefers the term "Emotional Fitness" because instead of thinking that one is simply born with Emotional Intelligence, the term "Emotional Fitness" gives the impression that it is a skill that can be cultivated through practice, which it can be. We can practice "Emotional Fitness" in our day-to-day lives.

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One way to cultivate Emotional Fitness, Davis says, is to "Keep your cranes on campus." What this means is that we should keep growing. When cranes are on a college campus, it means that the campus is growing. Take Belmont for example. We have cranes on campus that are building a new housing unit, therefore our campus is growing. We need to take the "cranes on campus" idea and apply it to our minds. By applying it to our minds, we can continue growing as an individual and expanding our knowledge.

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Another way to practice Emotional Fitness is by asking Why, or as Matt Davis calls it, "The Powerful Why." Whenever we are doing something, we should ask ourselves why. "Why am I doing this?" "What am I shooting for?" Knowing the reasons we are doing what we're doing will help us continue to stay motivated and work towards our goals.

His next advice was to "BYOC" or, Be Your Own Competition. "Competition is a great thing," Matt says, "but it can be detrimental if we start to compare ourselves to others." We should focus on continuously bettering ourselves. Comparing ourselves to others can hurt our motivation to keep reaching toward our goals. "Don't worry about what everybody else is doing, follow your own dreams." If we ignore the doubts of others and focus on achieving our own goals, it will help you achieve Emotional Intelligence. Davis also says to set "small goals to pat yourself on the back." Have little benchmarks everyday to help you recognize that you are going a good job.

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Matt Davis also brought up the example of Matthew McConaughey, a famous American actor whose net work is about $95 million. When asked who his hero was, young Matthew McConaughey responded, "Myself in 10 years." We should keep bettering ourselves and plan for the future. Be your own hero. Be the person and the change you want to see in the world.

Another good way to practice Emotional Fitness is to be happy and optimistic. Easier said that done, I know, but happy and optimistic people are able to see the good in themselves, the world, and others. Optimistic people have hope. "There's a lot of good in the world, but if we're not looking for it, it's tough to see," Davis says "if we start to see the best in ourselves and the world around us, we will start to see what we are looking for."

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Adopting an attitude of gratitude can also help us gain Emotional Fitness. Matt Davis asks us to "Recognize everyday what a gift it is to be here." Keep a gratitude journal. People who keep a gratitude journal are generally more happy than those who do not. Keeping a gratitude journal doesn't have to be anything fancy, it can simply be scribbling 3 things you are grateful for on a piece of paper a few times a week. Try it! You may find yourself to be a happier, more optimistic person. If you do try it, please comment below how it works!

Many times in life, plans fall through. A regular person may give up or feel defeated when this happens, but Emotionally Fit people such as ourselves to not give up when everything doesn't go to plan, instead they learn how to adapt and keep moving forward. Matt Davis gives these moments in life a name: A Curveball. An important part of being emotionally fit is "learning to hit a curveball. No matter what you do, you are going to make plans, and things are not going to go as planned. What you need to do is be able to adjust those plans."

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What should you do when life throws a curveball? Matt Davis gives us three steps:

1. Expect it. Always be on the lookout. If you have a plan in place, you can see the curveball coming if it isn't part of the plan.

2. When the curveball comes, do not panic. Stop and take a deep breath.

3. Adjust. To execute the plan you need to adjust the plan accordingly.

So, in short, EXPECT the curveball, BREATHE, and ADJUST accordingly. You got this!

Emotional Intelligence is something we can all practice and cultivate, and by having Emotional Intelligence we can be the positive change the world needs in the workplace and in our day-to-day lives.   

 

Global Entrepreneurship Week

Belmont ETP

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This week, Belmont will be Celebrating Global Entrepreneurship week with thousands of other Entrepreneurs. To celebrate, we have events scheduled throughout the week (November 13-19th).

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Our first event will be a talk about Emotional Intelligence for Entrepreneurs with our speaker, Matt Davis, from Grapevine Interactive Technologies. He will inform the students on how emotional intelligence can help your performance. This talk is designed to give you immediate results and increase your overall happiness and achievement. This event is going to be on Monday, November 13, 2017 in Massey 100 at 10:00AM.

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Our Second event will be our much anticipated Business Pitch Competition! 10 of our Belmont Student Entrepreneurs will be competing n for cash prizes in a Shark Tank style environment. They will be presenting two minute business pitches to a the audience and a panel of judges. There will be first, second, and third place winners. The prizes will include $100 for our third place winner, $200 for our second place winner, and $500 for our first place winner! Come out to support your fellow students and to see what amazing businesses they have created. This event will be held in the Massey Boardroom on Wednesday, November 15th at 10:00AM.

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The third and final event of this week will be a Thanksgiving Popup Shop to celebrate our student run businesses! Sweet Creations Pie Bakery will be there, and they will also have live music! Don't miss it! This will be held on November 18, 2017 from 11:00AM - 3:00PM at the student run stores.

So, what exactly is Global Entrepreneurship Week?

 

"Global Entrepreneurship Week is a celebration of the innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life, drive economic growth and expand human welfare. During one week each November, GEW inspires people everywhere through local, national and global activities designed to help them explore their potential as self-starters and innovators.

These activities, from large-scale competitions and events to intimate networking gatherings, connect participants to potential collaborators, mentors and even investors—introducing them to new possibilities and exciting opportunities. Millions who had never before considered launching their own ventures soak up advice and inspiration from the likes of Richard Branson, Michael Dell and Muhammad Yunus.

Thousands of brand new startups spring to life through bootcamps like Startup Weekend and competitions like Startup Open. Hundreds of universities strengthen connections that help them commercialize research from their labs. Researchers and policymakers engage in discussions around the world to examine the underlying policies necessary to promote entrepreneurial growth. And serial entrepreneurs share their expertise through activities like EO24, run by the Entrepreneurs’ Organization, and practical training courses like FastTrac.

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Meanwhile, world leaders and local elected officials alike have embraced the campaign as they look to fuel the economic engine of high-growth startups in their own countries and communities. During 2013 alone, 126 heads of state and ministers from 69 countries supported Global Entrepreneurship Week by speaking at activities during the Week, filming statements of support or otherwise endorsing the national campaigns in their countries. GEW is more than just an awareness campaign. It is a platform for connection and collaboration—engaging all players along the entrepreneurship spectrum in strengthening ecosystems around the world" (GenGlobal.org).

So, basically this week is about bringing the ideas, creativity, and determination from entrepreneurs all around the globe together, and celebrating what they do. What we do. What you do!

 

So please join us this week in the celebration, and happy Global Entrepreneurship Week!

8 Instagrams You Should Follow If You're an Entrepreneur

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Like many of us, I am a huge fan of Instagram. I love seeing what my friends and family are up to, and I also enjoy looking at cute pictures of dogs. Aside from these things, I follow lots of motivational accounts that give me advice and inspiration to achieve my dreams! I wanted to share these with you because if they give me motivation, I hope they can give you motivation too!

1. @foundr

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@foundr

is a great account to follow because they post many inspirational business quotes, as well as a few entrepreneurs themselves

follow @foundr here 

 

@successmessenger

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@successmessenger 

An entrepreneur named John Ferrara runs this account! He also posts inspirational quotes for the entrepreneur.

follow @successmessenger here 

@thegoodquote

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@thegoodquote

Instead of motivational business quotes, these quotes are aimed to give you some positivity! We all need some positivity in our lives! 

Follow @thegoodquote here 

@garyvee

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@garyvee

@garyvee is an entrepreneur himself! He gives actual tips in the form of videos, and also gives great advice! 

Follow @garyvee here 

@postitivism_law

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@positivism_law

This account is another positive/ motivational one! Give your mind a chance to breathe and know you can follow your dreams with this account! 

Follow @Positivism_law here  

@entrepreneur

 

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@entrepreneur

From Elevator Pitches to Networking, this Instagram account is a go-to for all the tips you need! Here from Entrepreneurs themselves, or even order their book! This account would definitely be a good follow. 

follow @entrepreneur here

@mental_dominance

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@mental_dominance

Follow this account for some faith-filled posts and for motivation! 

follow @mental_dominance here

@belmont.etp

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@belmont.etp

This account keeps you updated on the entrepreneurship events around Belmont, and also gives you motivation to get your business going! 

 

follow @belmont.etp here

Business Spotlight: No Baked Cookie Dough

Belmont ETP

What is one of the best all-time desserts? You got it: Cookie Dough.

This desert is usually eaten straight-out-of-the-tub after being store bought from Kroger, or maybe after failing to complete the last step of making cookies (the baking), and go straight into indulging. 

Well, one bright, entrepreneurial-minded Belmont Alumni took her love of cookie dough to the next level by creating on of our favorite local pop-up dessert stands: No Baked Cookie Dough! 

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2016 Belmont Alumni Gift Guide

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Check out these gift ideas created by Belmont entrepreneurs!

1) The INSTRUMENT 1artiphon.com
2) Gift Card biscuitlove.com
3) Love/Home Tee  ethiolicious.com
4) Home The Nashville Native Print homesweethomecompany.com
5) The Original Bell Jar Table Lamp southernlightselectric.com
6) Dixie Dozen nashvillecookiecompany.com
7) 2 oz. Jar of Raw Wildflower Honey woodbinehoneyco.com
8) twist stacker  bare slvr stacker tiny dot stacker considerthewldflwrs.com
9) Mid Century Triangle Shelves southandseadesign.com
10) Smart Tracker ankr.com
11) Instrument Cable runwayaudio.com (current students)

Accelerator Student Spotlight: Kendall Warren

Belmont ETP

We are highlighting our student entrepreneurs who are members of the Accelerator program. The Accelerator is for any Belmont undergraduate student who is launching or running a business. This program is for students who are dedicated to learning and growing a business. Membership includes dedicated office space, consistent time with our Entrepreneur in Residence Shawn Glinter, and resources and opportunities to take your business to the next level!

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Kendall Warren is a Senior journalism and entrepreneurship major from New Braunfels, Texas. She is the founder of Gift Box Drop.

What does your business do?

Gift Box Drop will be an online retail store offering a unique gifting experience that will enhance the ability to give quality gifts. Each box will be filled with a variety of items, allowing customers to pick the box that fits the event, such as weddings, new babies, Father’s day, etc. We will offer a fast and simple service by allowing people to place the order online and ship the gift directly to the recipient. The company will offer one-time gift boxes while also offering the unique experience to give one-year subscription gifts. We also plan to target the corporate market and partner with companies to provide them with boxes to gift to clients/sponsors. We would like Gift Box Drop to be an experience for our customers and ease the gift giving process.

How long have you been working on this business?

1 year.

Did you always know you wanted to start a business? If not, when did you realize it?

My father was an entrepreneur, so from an early age I was surrounded by the atmosphere and challenges. He used to drive my sister and I around with him to each of his stores and give us ‘mini’ business quizzes pertaining to all kinds of topics concerning that store. I remember always wanting to own my own companies like my father but I had no idea what kind.

Where do you hope your business will be at the end of the year in The Accelerator?

I hope my company will be ready to launch or already launched.

Favorite class ever?

My favorite class ever at Belmont was Entrepreneurial Financial Management taught by Jose Gonzalez. At first, I was intimidated by what I had heard from past students and by Jose. However, I quickly realized I loved the process of laying out the business plan and the research. I do not think I have ever put that much time into one class, but I loved it.

Did you have any crazy business ideas as a kid?

I always wanted to own a firework stand or a business where you could dive with sharks. From a young age I was obsessed with those two things.

Who is your biggest inspiration in business?

My grandfather is my biggest inspiration in business. He has grown his construction company in the last 30 years to incorporate many different companies. He always found a way to balance work and his personal life while always trying to do the right thing. His company is known for the customer service and integrity.

What business or product do you wish had been your idea?

This is a hard question because I feel so many businesses I see I think, “Wow, what a great idea!” I have always wanted to open a company selling quality casual clothing like Athleta. I wish I would have opened Athleta and capitalized on the trends of casual clothing. I still hope one day to open a business similar to Athleta but vastly different in a few areas.

Advice for other student entrepreneurs?

The biggest piece of advice I would tell other student entrepreneurs is to not be afraid to ask for help and talk to as many people as you can. What I’ve realized when trying to figure out problems I run into is that most people are willing and want to help. I have met extraordinary people along the way so far and am excited to see where else it leads me. I also would tell student entrepreneurs to surround themselves with people who are going to challenge them and try to push them beyond their comfort level. Finally, I would stress the importance of just doing it. Don’t over think it. Just execute and do it.

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Accelerator Student Spotlight: Andrew Cranny

Belmont ETP

We are highlighting our student entrepreneurs who are members of the Accelerator program. The Accelerator is for any Belmont undergraduate student who is launching or running a business. This program is for students who are dedicated to learning and growing a business. Membership includes dedicated office space, consistent time with our Entrepreneur in Residence Shawn Glinter, and resources and opportunities to take your business to the next level!

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Andrew Cranny is a Junior Music Business major from Charleston, South Carolina. He is currently working to start Chapel, LLC.

What does your business do?

We are a company opening a concert venue in town, capturing both the energy of our favorite house shows and the professionalism of much larger venues.

How long have you been working on this business?

Chapel was first conceived in the summer of 2016, and the business was officially started in September.

Did you always know you wanted to start a business? If not, when did you realize it?

I did not always know that I wanted to start a business, but as I realized that I had the capability to do it as well as friends who would support me, I decided that I should just go for it.

Where do you hope your business will be at the end of the year in The Accelerator?

By the end of this year, I want Chapel to have a physical location and for over half of our predicted shows to be booked by third parties.

Favorite class ever?

My favorite class I’ve taken is probably an introduction-level philosophy class that I took at my last school. It was the first class to really introduce me to my right brain and allow me to explore it, which I have been able and excited to continue doing since.

Who is your biggest inspiration in business?

I think my father is my biggest inspiration in business. I always knew that he was talented and successful but he sacrificed that to raise my brother and me. Then when we were old enough, he went back into business and I was lucky enough to get a chance to work with him and see how someone manages a company.

What business or product do you wish had been your idea?

Snapchat: the idea is so simple and yet they were able to create something that no one even realized they needed or wanted.

Advice for other student entrepreneurs?

If I could give any advice, it would be to just go for it. For me, I met a friend in DECA who had had the courage to open his own business, and that’s what inspired me to start my company. Realize that there will probably never be a time where you feel that all of the external circumstances are perfect for you to become an entrepreneur, or that you are personally completely ready to take that step. But I decided, even with both of those factors, that I should just go for it.

Accelerator Student Spotlight: Jessica Christian

Belmont ETP

We will be highlighting our student entrepreneurs who are members of the Accelerator program. The Accelerator is for any Belmont undergraduate student who is launching or running a business. This program is for students who are dedicated to learning and growing a business. Membership includes dedicated office space, consistent time with our Entrepreneur in Residence Shawn Glinter, and resources and opportunities to take your business to the next level!

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Jessica Christian is Freshman studying entrepreneurship and dance from Nashville, TN. She is currently founding RoyalFlush Athletics.

What does your business do?

RoyalFlush is an athletic and fitness company that designs fitness wear built for ANY type of physical activity. It also 100% customizable.

How long have you been working on this business?

Almost 2 years.

Did you always know you wanted to start a business? If not, when did you realize it?

No, I realized I wanted to be the owner of my own company when I found out I hated working for other people.

Where do you hope your business will be at the end of the year in The Accelerator?

I hope The Accelerator gives me a stepping stool to actually get RoyalFlush off the ground and hopefully be up and running.

Favorite class ever?

The Dance Experience

Did you have any crazy business ideas as a kid?

Yes, I wanted to create a popsicle that never melted.

Who is your biggest inspiration in business?

My biggest inspiration in business would be Rihanna, she balances her music career as well as running her own record label and clothing line.

What business or product do you wish had been your idea?

I wish I was the creator of the iPhone, they make a ton of money.

Advice for other student entrepreneurs?

My advice for other students is greatness takes time, pain, and patients. An elephant is one of the biggest and most respected animals. When they give birth it takes two year but the outcome is beautiful, Just wait and trust the process.

Accelerator Student Spotlight: Ian Rodriguez

Belmont ETP

We are highlighting our student entrepreneurs who are members of the Accelerator program. The Accelerator is for any Belmont undergraduate student who is launching or running a business. This program is for students who are dedicated to learning and growing a business. Membership includes dedicated office space, consistent time with our Entrepreneur in Residence Shawn Glinter, and resources and opportunities to take your business to the next level!

Ian Rodriguez is a Senior Audio Engineering Technology major from Columbus, Georgia. He is a co-founder and COO of Innovo Music Management.

What does your business do?

We are a multi-faceted music management and booking company.

How long have you been working on this business?

About 2 years now.

Did you always know you wanted to start a business? If not, when did you realize it?

Definitely not, it kind of just happened and turns out we are good at it!

Where do you hope your business will be at the end of the year in The Accelerator?

Hopefully, we can establish roots as a professional business to the entire city of Nashville and work with artists beyond the boundaries of Tennessee.

Favorite class ever?

Sound Design for Picture

Did you have any crazy business ideas as a kid?

Not really. The whole business side of me came out when I transferred to Belmont University. Never thought I would be good at it.

Who is your biggest inspiration in business?

Biggest inspiration is Elon Musk from Tesla and SpaceX.

What business or product do you wish had been your idea?

Tesla

Advice for other student entrepreneurs?

My advice is have an experienced mentor. Someone who can steer you in the right direction can help accelerate the growth of your business and keep you from making big mistakes.

Find Innovo Management online:

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Accelerator Student Spotlight: Emily Waddell of the Honest Consumer

Belmont ETP

We will be highlighting our student entrepreneurs who are members of the Accelerator program. The Accelerator is for any Belmont undergraduate student who is launching or running a business. This program is for students who are dedicated to learning and growing a business. Membership includes dedicated office space, consistent time with our Entrepreneur in Residence Shawn Glinter, and resources and opportunities to take your business to the next level!

Emily Waddell is a junior Social Entrepreneurship major from Dallas, Texas. Her blog, The Honest Consumer informs readers on the power of their consumer choices.

What does your business do?

The Honest Consumer shares the stories of social enterprises, spreads the word about ethically made goods, and empowers consumers.

How long have you been working on this business?

7 months

Did you always know you wanted to start a business? If not, when did you realize it?

Yes, I've always had an creative, entrepreneurial mindset even from the time I was a kid.

Where do you hope your business will be at the end of the year in The Accelerator?

At the end of the Accelerator I hope to have gained some knowledge on how to successfully grow The Honest Consumers following. I also hope to network through the Accelerator to meet passionate entrepreneurs who can share their success and struggles with me, so I am able to keep their stories in mind throughout my entrepreneurial journey.

Favorite class ever?

Intro to Social Entrepreneurship

Did you have any crazy business ideas as a kid?

I had so many crazy business ideas as a kid. When I was in first grade I made and sold bracelets to my friends and family members in order to save up for my first American Girl doll. Even before my bracelet business, my best friend and I would collect all the pencils around the house and when our parents needed a writing utensil we would sell the pencils back for a quarter each....Maybe not the most ethical of my entrepreneurial ventures, haha. In elementary school I also started "Fuzzy Flipflops" where I added fringe and sparkle to flip flops and sold them to my friends. 

Who is your biggest inspiration in business?

Dale Partridge is one of my business inspirations. I think he did a wonderful job developing Sevenly and now that he has moved away from Sevenly he is always giving good advice to other entrepreneurs trough social media. His book People Over Profit is a must read when developing a new company.

What business or product do you wish had been your idea?

I wish I had the idea to start CAUSEBOX, a subscription box of socially conscious items. I love researching socially conscious brands and would have had so much fun picking out the items to ship in the box. I love the exciting feeling of receiving my CAUSEBOX each quarter and wish I could have helped bring that excitement to others.

Advice for other student entrepreneurs?

Go for it. You don't want to be wondering what could've been if don't take the risk of starting you business. You never know, it just might be a success. Even if it's not a success the first time, you learn so much from the journey that can help you grow your next entrepreneurial venture.

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Accelerator Student Spotlight: Madison Barefield of Nomad Coffee Company

Belmont ETP

We will be highlighting our student entrepreneurs who are members of the Accelerator program. The Accelerator is for any Belmont undergraduate student who is launching or running a business. This program is for students who are dedicated to learning and growing a business. Membership includes dedicated office space, consistent time with our Entrepreneur in Residence Shawn Glinter, and resources and opportunities to take your business to the next level!

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Madison Barefield is a junior Social Entrepreneurship major from Johns Creek, GA. Together with Anna Halaburt she runs Nomad Coffee Company.

What does your business do?

We are a public benefit corporation that sells ethically sourced coffee and gives a portion of our profits to organizations fighting human trafficking.

How long have you been working on this business?

Since March 2016

Did you always know you wanted to start a business? If not, when did you realize it?

I have had this dream since freshmen year (2014) but never actually thought it would come to fruition.  After taking business classes and talking to some encouraging entrepreneurs, I started to believe that this was something I could do.

Where do you hope your business will be at the end of the year in The Accelerator?

We have many goals but two of our main ones are being able to do regular pop-up events and grow our social media presence.

Favorite class ever?

Faith and Pop Culture, Faith and Justice and Human Diversity (I couldn’t pick just one)

Did you have any crazy business ideas as a kid?

I wanted to be Brittany Spears, does that count?

Who is your biggest inspiration in business?

Nisolo.  I love Nisolo.  The best shoes you will ever buy

In the same market as Nomad, Crema is a huge inspiration.  The way they treat and interact with their farmers as well as roast coffee in-house is amazing.  And their coffee is consistently AMAZING.

What business or product do you wish had been your idea?

Nisolo or Everlane for sure.

Advice for other student entrepreneurs?

You don’t have to have everything figured out.  I don’t at all.  If you are passionate and eager to learn that is all that matters. 

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ENTREPRENERDIAL INSPIRATION

Belmont ETP

Hi there! 

We at the Belmont Entrepreneurship Department want to meet our students where they are, providing resources through everything from learning experiences and coffee hours to publishing thought-provoking content.  Fortunately, the defining characteristics of "thought-provoking content" tend to encompass a wide range of possibilities... so like any good entrepreneur, expect (and embrace!) the unexpected.  We enjoy running around, talking to people, gathering wisdom, staying aware, and having fun with the opportunities we've been given at this unique university, in this incredible city.   If you're interested in joining the club (aka HAVE AN IDEA YOU'D LIKE TO SHARE? WANNA WRITE WITH US?), just shoot an email to belmontetp@belmont.edu. Alright, that's all for now.  I'm just going to leave this here. It's from a guy who had a few things figured out.


Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.   (Steve Jobs)