What the Classroom Doesn’t Teach: How to Become a Great Entrepreneur

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Mar 23, 2014 Comments Off on What the Classroom Doesn’t Teach: How to Become a Great Entrepreneur

Tuesday, April 8, 2014, 12:30 – 1:30pm

The unemployment rate among 21-34 year olds is 9.8%; 3% above the nation’s average. With this figure in mind, many traditional job markets are no longer a viable option as a post-college career starting choice. As a result, many alumni are taking the leap into entrepreneurship.

If you are an alumnus looking to become an entrepreneur or if you’re an existing one who spends more time working “in” the business than “on” it, then join this session with serial entrepreneur Marcus Howard (C'08), to work on:

• Dispelling the myths that distinguish a good entrepreneur from a great one.
• Creating a crystal clear vision for the type of entrepreneur you want to be, the income level you desire, and what it will take to make it happen – FAST

• Uncovering hidden challenges that may be sabotaging your success or, even worse, eating up the free time that you already don’t have.

The goal of the session is to leave you feeling renewed, re‐energized, and inspired with key insights and action steps you can use to become the entrepreneur you were meant to be.

Marcus Howard (C’08) is a serial entrepreneur, author, and founder of the Antermology Institute; an institute that helps entrepreneurs get clarity, confidence, and commitment to achieving greater success for and within their organizations. He uses the science of Psychology, Antermology, and his F.O.C.U.S Framework to unleash untapped potential and help entrepreneurs bridge the gap between where they are now and where they want to be.

As an entrepreneur, Marcus uses his F.O.C.U.S framework daily and has also advised The United States Agency For International Development (USAID), the leadership team of Congressman Edolphus "Ed" Towns of the 10th Congressional District of New York State, as well as members of the entertainment industry.

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