Learning by Challenge, the Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition

Learning by Challenge

How learning by challenge contributes to solving real-world issues by empowering young and adult innovators through entrepreneurial knowledge while nurturing empathy, solidarity, and several dimensions of peacebuilding skills?
Find out how the Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition (CEC) has been doing this by promoting a culture of social entrepreneurship that strengthens flexible thinkers to take action and create sustainable solutions for the people and the planet.

Join the ‘Learning by Challenge’ session at the first digital edition of the Entrepreneurship Summit, on Saturday, 10.10.2020, 16:30 – 17:15

The Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition (CEC) was initiated in 2013 to empower entrepreneurs all around the world to create innovative answers to global and/or community challenges and to engage in a more peaceful and sustainable world. The CEC is organized by Stiftung Entrepreneurship (Berlin), Goi Peace Foundation (Tokyo), and Digital Experts United (Berlin). CEC Participants submit innovative ideas and projects with a societal impact, which champion and implement one or more of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Before, during, and after the competition, participants have the possibility to take two courses to help develop a sustainable business model from their idea. The knowledge gained can be helpful to change or upgrade existing projects as well. In this session, Patrick Petit, the European representative of the Goi Peace Foundation, and Christian Fenner, founder of Digital Experts United, share their experiences about the CEC as a life-changing and world-changing event.

Join this session here or share it with your changemaker friends!

Saturday, 10.10.2020, 16:30 – 17:15

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  1. How learning by challenge contributes to solving real-world issues by empowering young and adult innovators through entrepreneurial knowledge while nurturing empathy, solidarity, and several dimensions of peacebuilding skills?
    Find out how the Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition (CEC) has been doing this by promoting a culture of social entrepreneurship that strengthens flexible thinkers to take action and create sustainable solutions for the people and the planet.

    This inspires me.

    Campus members what of you all?

  2. The Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition (CEC) was initiated in 2013 to empower entrepreneurs all around the world to create innovative answers to global and/or community challenges and to engage in a more peaceful and sustainable world. The CEC is organized by Stiftung Entrepreneurship (Berlin), Goi Peace Foundation (Tokyo), and Digital Experts United (Berlin). CEC Participants submit innovative ideas and projects with a societal impact, which champion and implement one or more of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

    This section motivated me a lot

  3. Der Entrepreneurship Summit findet in seinem zwölften Jahr zum ersten Mal digital statt. Auch diesmal mit Keynotes, Impulsgruppen und Workshops. Doch zum diesjährigen Thema „Die große Transformation“ sind wir alle gefordert. Mehr denn je wünschen wir uns, dass Ihr Euch einbringt, Fragen stellt, Ideen diskutiert, Euch miteinander vernetzt, gern auch streitet. Seid selbst Mentoren für andere Gründer, seid Aussteller, zeigt Eure Unternehmen, Projekte und Ideen.

    Wir stellen den digitalen Rahmen für Euch und Eure Teilnahme.

    Mitten im Umbruch ist es leicht zu erkennen, dass etwas vom Alten bricht. Aber unmöglich zu sehen, welchen Weg das Neue nehmen wird. Denn dieser Weg ist nicht vorbestimmt – er wird durch diejenigen bestimmt, die ihn gehen.

    In diesem Jahr 2020 befinden wir uns mitten im Umbruch – und der Entrepreneurship Summit ist dabei. Unter dem Titel „Die Große Transformation“ werden wir vom 9. bis 11. Oktober den ökonomischen Umbruch ergründen und befeuern.
    mehr lesen…..

  4. I am over inspired by the triple comments made by Ephraim today

    I urge all Campus Members to join us and reflect and share them accordingly

  5. I am over inspired by the triple comments made by Ephraim today

    I urge all Campus Members to join us and reflect and share them accordingly as usual

    Thanks to You All

  6. Thanks to entrepreneurs organization campus team again this is fantastic!!
    I look forward to this session as a learning challenge designed to help us think and talk about our learning in social entrepreneurs which will help us develop a growth mindset and become prompt people to explore alternatives and contradictions in our cultures and encourage us to willingly step outside our comfort zone!
    Yours,
    Boniface.

  7. I love this new blog above because it is simply all about creativity which dovetails with entrepreneurship.

    Creativity is a core life skill that children should develop from an early age. It supports academic performance and helps uncover children’s various talents. An essential component of the Cognitive Dimension, creativity is one of the most sought after life skills in the Instrumental Dimension: It is a necessary, constructive element of innovative thinking processes and is a crucial life skill in sciences and the world of work. Being creative helps to address and, more importantly in MENA, to partake constructively in complex and evolving technological and digital settings. Creativity allows for adaptability in various life situations by leading to solutions, methods and processes to tackle old problems and contemporary challenges. Using creativity, learners develop a sense of self-efficacy and persistence, which leads to feeling empowered, one of the key outcomes of the Individual Dimension. Social creativity, a collaborative phenomenon, encourages individual learners to be even more creative by combining different ideas, sometimes across cultures. Creativity adds value to the Social Dimension.

    • DEFINITION OF CREATIVITY
      Creativity, or being creative, is the ability to generate, articulate or apply inventive ideas, techniques and perspectives (Ferrari et al., 2009), often in a collaborative environment (Lucas and Hanson, 2015). In conjunction with critical thinking and problem-solving skills, to which it closely relates, creativity is a major component of purposeful thinking, i.e., a non-chaotic, orderly and organized thought process. Being creative is, to a large extent, connected to the learner’s cognitive abilities, including analytic and evaluative skills (Sternberg, 2006). Moreover, ideational thought processes are fundamental to creative persons (Kozbelt et al., 2010). Creativity intersects with social and personal management skills; therefore, while related to the arts, creativity is also a pre-condition for innovation and adaptive behaviours and solutions in all life settings, including in learning settings and in the workplace (Partnership for 21st Century Learning, 2015).

      Creativity is linked to the effectiveness of other life skills, in particular: critical thinking, problem identification (Sternberg, 2006), problem-solving (Torrance, 1977), and self-management.With regards to a renewed vision for education in MENA, creativity is relevant at two levels. First, it is intrinsic to the learning process of all learners, at all ages across the curriculum. Creativity is a means of knowledge creation that can support and enhance self-learning, learning how to learn and lifelong learning (Ferrari et al., 2009). Thus, the promotion of creativity is a core component of improved learning processes and education systems. Second, promoting creativity in and beyond education settings helps children, youth and other learners to unearth their resources in multiple disciplines and subject areas, while developing their capacity to brainstorm, cast a fresh look on every day, family, health and workplace situations, and offer constructive suggestions. Recurrent in national skills documents, creativity and creativity-related skills, such as innovative thinking, collaboration and self-efficacy, are valued throughout life (Care et al., 2016). For this reason, psychologists, such as Vygotsky and Guilford, have long maintained the importance of fostering creative development in children in order to prepare them for a changing future (Kozbelt et al., 2010; Guilford, 1950), which in turn is a priority in the MENA context, as children and youth face particularly complex life environments.

  8. Learning by Challenge, the Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition

    Thanks to entrepreneurs organization campus team again this is fantastic!!
    I look forward to this session as a learning challenge designed to help us think and talk about our learning in social entrepreneurs which will help us develop a growth mindset and become prompt people to explore alternatives and contradictions in our cultures and encourage us to willingly step outside our comfort zone!
    Yours,

    I agree with Boniface comment it is educative

  9. Shedrach aifuwa

    09.10.2020 · Reply

    It’s one for ways to bring the best in others, while trying to provide solutions. Kudos CEC. We see you.

  10. Learning by challenge indeed is one of the best ways to gain knowledge and skills. It is quite participatory and put learning at the hands of the learning thereby encouraging creativity and innovation. It is interesting that the Citizens entrepreneurship competitition explores this form of learning for her participants.

    Than you YCEC for the opportunity.

  11. There is one question we campus members need to ask ourselves: ‘are we really aspiring entrepreneurs’? Are we smart, exceptional, unconventional, intuitive, fun, humorous, fictional? The above blog is really recommended for us.

  12. Learning by Challenge, the Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition

    Published on: 09.10.2020

    I want to educates alle that unsere( our) article in this blog is likened to Tourism

  13. The article above can be aligned and dovetail to Tourism

    Check this in Brains versus Capital Buch page 146

    Tourism is a field we should perhaps consider. It’s now the largest economic sector worldwide, with stable growth rates that won’t change as quickly as those in other industries.

  14. Growing income and higher levels of education are leading to a disproportionately high demand in this area.

    If you hold up the quick obsolescence of, and intense competition between the hi tech product against other economic area, such as tourism and the economic choice should not be difficult

  15. Asians have long recognized that the earth’s temperate zones, and not the tropics and are the most pleasant places to be in, and wood of this will spread over here. As will be the fact that it’s not only sun, sand, and sex that make tourism appealing, but that lifestyle art and culture can also be highly attractive

  16. VERY SUSTAINABLE COMMENTS

    I strongly supported Ephraim’s comment today.

    i advice all to read and refined their ideas and projects

    thanks to all

  17. Ephraim’s comments above are very very educative

    Let us all embrace it the Tourism and Entrepreneurship Summit Journey

  18. Thanks to entrepreneurs organization campus team again this is fantastic!!
    I look forward to this session as a learning challenge designed to help us think and talk about our learning in social entrepreneurs which will help us develop a growth mindset and become prompt people to explore alternatives and contradictions in our cultures and encourage us to willingly step outside our comfort zone!

    I agreed to what Boniface commented

  19. It’s one for ways to bring the best in others, while trying to provide solutions. Kudos CEC. We see you.

    I support that, Shedrach aifuwa.

  20. “How learning by challenge contributes to solving real-world issues by empowering young and adult innovators through entrepreneurial knowledge while nurturing empathy, solidarity, and several dimensions of peacebuilding skills?
    Find out how the Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition (CEC) has been doing this by promoting a culture of social entrepreneurship that strengthens flexible thinkers to take action and create sustainable solutions for the people and the planet”.

    Thank you entrepreneurship Compettition for the opportunity

  21. How learning by challenge contributes to solving real-world issues by empowering young and adult innovators through entrepreneurial knowledge while nurturing empathy, solidarity, and several dimensions of peacebuilding skills?
    Find out how the Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition (CEC) has been doing this by promoting a culture of social entrepreneurship that strengthens flexible thinkers to take action and create sustainable solutions for the people and the planet.

    This is vital to read

  22. I agreed with eduheal and Ephraim’s comments above

  23. WHAT THIS GREAT COMPETITION IS ALL ABOUT

    Description

    The Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition (CEC) is a part of the Entrepreneurship Campus and was initiated to empower entrepreneurs all around the world to create innovative answers to global and/or community challenges and to engage in a more peaceful and sustainable world.

    You are invited to submit your innovative ideas and projects with a societal impact, which champion and implement one or more of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs and 169 related targets address the most important social, economic, environmental, health and governmental challenges of our time.
    Eligibility

    Anyone who is 13 years old and over with an innovative idea for an enterprise which contributes to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and everyone from 13 years up who is operating such an enterprise in the form of a business, a non-profit organization or an informal program.
    Anyone who is able to submit their entry in English.
    Depending on your age, you either take part in the Youth (13 – 29 years old) or the Adult (from 30 years up) category.

    Benefits

    Grand Prize, Second Prize, Third Prize, and People’s Choice will be made public at a virtual Announcement Ceremony on 10 December 2020. All information about the process will follow.

    In addition to the certificate, the winners of the Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition 2020 also have the chance to receive input and feedback from our experts in a 90-minute webinar. This gives you the opportunity to clarify open questions, network, and promote your idea/project and maybe find supporters outside of the CEC community.

  24. Learning by chance and opportunities contributes to solving real-world issues by empowering young and adult innovators through entrepreneurial knowledge while nurturing empathy, solidarity, and several dimensions of peace building skills.

  25. I agree with Gregory’s Comments above.

  26. Shedrach aifuwa

    12.10.2020 · Reply

    Mr Emmanuel ekpeny is absolutely right

  27. Shedrach aifuwa

    12.10.2020 · Reply

    Lessons learnt from here will serve a great purpose when selected or not.

  28. Join the ‘Learning by Challenge’ session at the first digital edition of the Entrepreneurship Summit, on Saturday, 10.10.2020, 16:30 – 17:15

    Today one of thing I want to educate alle is

    Everyone is an artist says Joseph Beuys

  29. With this above, the famous sentence, Joseph Beuys did not mean that everyone could picture of the quality of a merchant, but that each person was unique in his way and against his background, in his experience as in his thinking. Creativity is not privilege for the few.

  30. I agreed with Ephraim’s comments above, most especially how Joseph Beuys analyzed that we are all like an artist.

    Campus embers do we agree?

  31. The Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition (CEC) was initiated in 2013 to empower entrepreneurs all around the world to create innovative answers to global and/or community challenges and to engage in a more peaceful and sustainable world. The CEC is organized by Stiftung Entrepreneurship (Berlin), Goi Peace Foundation (Tokyo), and Digital Experts United (Berlin). CEC Participants submit innovative ideas and projects with a societal impact, which champion and implement one or more of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

    I agreed to the above comment, I wish all campus members and individuals to do like.

  32. The CEC is organized by Stiftung Entrepreneurship (Berlin), Goi Peace Foundation (Tokyo), and Digital Experts United (Berlin). CEC Participants submit innovative ideas and projects with a societal impact, which champion and implement one or more of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

    I agreed to the above comment, I wish all campus members and individuals to do like.

    I agree with Emmanuel’s comment

  33. Guten Nachmittag to alle

    Today being 164 days in this sustainable journey

    As a stong advocate of sustainable development goals from Nigeria I came to offer you all this gifts today that will positively aids all your refining and improving of diverse ideas and projects in this CEC 2020

    When you start a business it doesn’t matter if you seek for success or to avoid failure, the important thing is that you take action. Moreover, if you are focused on social entrepreneurship, you become part of the group of people or entrepreneurs that have a larger purpose than just making money and living a high-end lifestyle. People that launch initiatives and startups focused on social entrepreneurship think how to address neglected positive externalities. They are driven by values, cooperation and giving instead of profit and competition.

    OECD, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the interesting thing about social entrepreneurship is that although many initiatives happen on a local level and, their impact and the repercussion that flow from that impact cannot be isolated, as there are ultimately global links.
    If you think about being part of such initiatives read on these great quotes that help to motivate you to continue or develop an idea that can bring a change to your society.
    The words said by great thinkers have the power to inspire no matter if they were said yesterday or 500 BC.

    “At the intersection where your gifts, talents, and abilities meet a human need; therein you will discover your purpose.”
    Aristotle
    “Hell begins the day that God grants you the vision to see all that you could have done, should have done, and would have done, but did not do.“
    Goethe
    “Don’t think money does everything or you are going to end up doing everything for money.”
    Voltaire
    “The real tragedy of the poor is the poverty of their aspirations.”
    Adam Smith
    “The most effective kind of education is that a child should play amongst lovely things.”
    Plato
    “Where there is no desire, there will be no industry.”
    John Locke
    “It is not only for what we do that we are held responsible, but also for what we do not do.”
    Moliere
    “If a man will begin with certainties, he shall end in doubts, but if he will content to begin with doubts, he shall end in certainties.”
    Francis Bacon
    “Do not go to bed until you have gone over the day three times in your mind. What wrong did I do? What good did I accomplish? What did I forget to do?”
    Pythagoras
    “Divide each difficulty into as many parts as is feasible and necessary to resolve it.”
    Rene Descartes
    “How many theorems in geometry which have seemed at first impracticable are in time successfully worked out!”
    Archimedes
    “You cannot teach a person something he does not already know, you can only bring what he does know to his awareness.”
    Galileo Galilei
    “If others would think as hard as I did, then they would get similar results.”
    Isaac Newton
    “The chief cause of human errors is to be found in the prejudices picked up in childhood.”
    Rene Descartes

  34. the Fourteen powerful comments that Ephraim proudly and sustainable gave us today is superb

    Let us embrace it

  35. I have learned 14 steps for development on economic from Ephraim today

    they are educative

    thank you Ephraim for your passion and commitments

  36. How learning by challenge contributes to solving real-world issues by empowering young and adult innovators through entrepreneurial knowledge while nurturing empathy, solidarity, and several dimensions of peace building skills?
    The Global Education 2030 Agenda
    UNESCO, as the United Nations’ specialized agency for education, is entrusted to lead and coordinate the Education 2030 Agenda, which is part of a global movement to eradicate poverty through 17 Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. Education, essential to achieve all of these goals, has its own dedicated Goal 4, which aims to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.” The Education 2030 Framework for Action provides guidance for the implementation of this ambitious goal and commitments

  37. How learning by challenge contributes to solving real-world issues by empowering young and adult innovators through entrepreneurial knowledge while nurturing empathy, solidarity, and several dimensions of peace building skills?
    The Global Education 2030 Agenda
    UNESCO, as the United Nations’ specialized agency for education, is entrusted to lead and coordinate the Education 2030 Agenda, which is part of a global movement to eradicate poverty through 17 Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. Education, essential to achieve all of these goals, has its own dedicated Goal 4, which aims to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.” The Education 2030 Framework for Action provides guidance for the implementation of this ambitious goal and commitments

    I agree with Gregory comment’s above and I urge all 2020 contestants to follow me and reflect on it

  38. The role of media and ICT in building a peaceful world

    TV, radio, Internet and other forms of media have great influence in shaping our lives and society. What should be the role of the media and communication technologies in the future? How would you make use of these various tools of communication to help create a better world?

    let us reflect on this today being 15 funfzhen oktober

  39. The role of media and ICT in building a peaceful world

    TV, radio, Internet and other forms of media have great influence in shaping our lives and society. What should be the role of the media and communication technologies in the future? How would you make use of these various tools of communication to help create a better world?

  40. I urges all contestants to reflect on the above for our CEC platform.

  41. I agree with Ephraim’s comments above because i also realize that as a budding entrepreneur that Media and ICT as can be the most powerful tools we need to build a peaceful world

  42. I sustainably agreed with Ephraim and Umar’s comments above

    they are really veracious

    Let us embrace them now, not later!

  43. In this session, Patrick Petit, the European representative of the Goi Peace Foundation, and Christian Fenner, founder of Digital Experts United, share their experiences about the CEC as a life-changing and world-changing event.

    I agreed with the above for our CEC platform.

  44. I urges all members to reflect on the above for our CEC platform.

  45. Sustainable development: a business definition
    The concept of sustainable development has received growing recognition, but it is a new
    idea for many business executives. For most, the concept remains abstract and
    theoretical.
    Protecting an organization’s capital base is a well-accepted business principle. Yet
    organizations do not generally recognize the possibility of extending this notion to the
    world’s natural and human resources.
    If sustainable development is to achieve its potential, it must be integrated into the
    planning and measurement systems of business enterprises. And for that to happen, the
    concept must be articulated in terms that are familiar to business leaders.
    The following definition is suggested:
    For the business enterprise, sustainable development means adopting business strategies
    and activities that meet the needs of the enterprise and its stakeholders today while
    protecting, sustaining and enhancing the human and natural resources that will be needed
    in the future.
    This definition captures the spirit of the concept as originally proposed by the World
    Commission on Environment and Development, and recognizes that economic
    development must meet the needs of a business enterprise and its stakeholders. The latter
    include shareholders, lenders, customers, employees, suppliers and communities who are
    affected by the organization’s activities.
    It also highlights business’s dependence on human and natural resources, in addition to
    physical and financial capital. It emphasizes that economic activity must not irreparably
    degrade or destroy these natural and human resources.
    This definition is intended to help business directors apply the concept of sustainable
    development to their own organizations. However, it is important to emphasize that
    sustainable development cannot be achieved by a single enterprise (or, for that matter, by
    the entire business community) in isolation. Sustainable development is a pervasive
    philosophy to which every participant in the global economy (including consumers and
    government) must subscribe, if we are to meet today’s needs without compromising the
    ability of future generations to meet their own.

  46. Sustainable development: a business definition
    The concept of sustainable development has received growing recognition, but it is a new
    idea for many business executives. For most, the concept remains abstract and
    theoretical.
    Protecting an organization’s capital base is a well-accepted business principle. Yet
    organizations do not generally recognize the possibility of extending this notion to the
    world’s natural and human resources.
    If sustainable development is to achieve its potential, it must be integrated into the
    planning and measurement systems of business enterprises. And for that to happen, the
    concept must be articulated in terms that are familiar to business leaders.
    The following definition is suggested:
    For the business enterprise, sustainable development means adopting business strategies
    and activities that meet the needs of the enterprise and its stakeholders today while
    protecting, sustaining and enhancing the human and natural resources that will be needed
    in the future.
    This definition captures the spirit of the concept as originally proposed by the World
    Commission on Environment and Development, and recognizes that economic
    development must meet the needs of a business enterprise and its stakeholders. The latter
    include shareholders, lenders, customers, employees, suppliers and communities who are
    affected by the organization’s activities.
    It also highlights business’s dependence on human and natural resources, in addition to
    physical and financial capital. It emphasizes that economic activity must not irreparably
    degrade or destroy these natural and human resources.
    This definition is intended to help business directors apply the concept of sustainable
    development to their own organizations. However, it is important to emphasize that
    sustainable development cannot be achieved by a single enterprise (or, for that matter, by
    the entire business community) in isolation. Sustainable development is a pervasive
    philosophy to which every participant in the global economy (including consumers and
    government) must subscribe, if we are to meet today’s needs without compromising the
    ability of future generations to meet their own.

    With Gregory comment above we can join him and reflect on our sustainable future

    Thanks to Entrepreneurship Team

    Guten danke

  47. What really inspired me about the Entrepreneurship Summit is about the quote of Joseph Beuys, that we are all like an artist with artistic characters

  48. I agreed with Ephraim’s comment, for me also Joseph Beuy’s quote is a reality

  49. I join Ephraim and Umar in their comment today

  50. The Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition (CEC) was initiated in 2013 to empower entrepreneurs all around the world to create innovative answers to global and/or community challenges and to engage in a more peaceful and sustainable world. The CEC is organized by Stiftung Entrepreneurship (Berlin), Goi Peace Foundation (Tokyo), and Digital Experts United (Berlin). CEC Participants submit innovative ideas and projects with a societal impact, which champion and implement one or more of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

    I sustainable agree with this comment

  51. Shedrach aifuwa

    17.10.2020 · Reply

    Learning by challenge is one of the most effective means of learning and the campus has done a great Job and I am very much grateful for the opportunity.

  52. Shedrach aifuwa

    17.10.2020 · Reply

    Learning is key in our entrepreneurship journey and that gap is been covered by the campus.

  53. Learning by challenge is one of the most effective means of learning and the campus has done a great Job and I am very much grateful for the opportunity.

    i strongly agreed with Shedaif’s comment above

    Let all campus members embrace with me as well

  54. Some of this important perspectives from teh above article on this blog can be learn from the Brains versus Capital Bunch

  55. Ephraim’s comment are absolutely correct.

    I agreed with it

  56. I agreed with Ephraim’s comment.

  57. Before, during, and after the competition, participants have the possibility to take two courses to help develop a sustainable business model from their idea.

    Let us embrace them now, not later!

  58. The knowledge gained can be helpful to change or upgrade existing projects as well.

    Let all campus members embrace it with me as well.

  59. How Learning by Challenge helps

    It can help develop a growth mindset (Dweck, 2006), prompt people to explore alternatives and contradictions, and encourage learners to willingly step outside their comfort zone. The Learning Challenge can work with all school-age students as well as with adults.

  60. Learning by Challenge as well promotes Peace education activities

    Peace education activities promote the knowledge, skills and attitudes that will help people either to prevent the occurrence of conflict, resolve conflicts peacefully, or create social conditions conducive to peace.

    Core values of nonviolence and social justice are central to peace education. Nonviolence is manifested through values such as respect for human rights, freedom and trust. Social justice is realised by principles of equality, responsibility, and solidarity.

  61. Africa is the Continent with the most promising, resilient and innovative young minds. The Youth have such a hunger to learn and create business and solutions even amidst the most violent and volatile conflicts. So I’m very proud to be part of this family endowed with the vision to transform life’s and the roles of entrepreneurship the Entrepreneurship campus is interesting and has life in it. The contents and modules are highly creative and encourage learning by doing.

  62. Hello good day every one, Happy weekend to you all.
    Securing funding for your idea or startup is usually a significant turning point. It can help kick start your dreams and give your startup the wings to take flight, but convincing investors is hard especially when you don’t know where you should start looking.

    There are number of ways to get capital for your startup George Goodwill and Umar Imam, are business consultant and brand strategist they will be sharing the options available to take your idea off the ground.
    They will be highlighting the 10 important tips on raising startup capital, including:

    1. Understanding the basics of raising capital.
    2. The startup fundraising process.
    3. How to position yourself strategically for the funding.
    4. Understanding the different types of startup investments.
    5. Crafting a captivating pitch deck.
    6. The role of networking in raising funds.

    Date: Friday, 23th October 2020
    Time: 8pm GMT

    Nigerians only.

    You can join the chat session by clicking the link below:
    https://bit.ly/3nwJCHe

  63. CHALLENGES QUOTES

    Everything negative – pressure, challenges – is all an opportunity for me to rise. Kobe Bryant. …
    Teachers can change lives with just the right mix of chalk and challenges. Joyce Meyer. …
    We need diversity of thought in the world to face the new challenges. Tim Berners-Lee. …
    When somebody challenges you, fight back.

  64. Life throws challenges and every challenge comes with rainbows and lights to conquer it.
    ― Amit Ray, World Peace: The Voice of a Mountain Bird

    How to win in life:
    1 work hard
    2 complain less
    3 listen more
    4 try, learn, grow
    5 don’t let people tell you it cant be done
    6 make no excuses
    ― Germany Kent

  65. Life throws challenges and every challenge comes with rainbows and lights to conquer it.
    ― Amit Ray, World Peace: The Voice of a Mountain Bird

    How to win in life:
    1 work hard
    2 complain less
    3 listen more
    4 try, learn, grow
    5 don’t let people tell you it cant be done
    6 make no excuses
    ― Germany Kent

    Gregory is right

  66. Every problems can be explore through entrepreneurs since we are creative destroyers according to Schumpeter

  67. Ephraim;s comment above are absolutely right

    I learned a lot

  68. Learning by Challenge, is an headline we mavericks need to rethink, just like Ephraim’s commented above

  69. “The best way to predict the future is to create it.”

    – Peter Drucker

    “Winners never quit and quitters never win.”

    – Vince Lombardi

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