Little did I know that my high school math teacher was introducing me to key coaching skills I depend on almost 25 years later in my business. Effective coaching skills can be found in many professions, and teaching is no different. Some of my most fundamental coaching skills started forming in high school thanks for my math teacher.
Did you just experience a failed minimal viable product? There may be a way to save a minimal viable experiment failure and find a new business in the rubble. Success often hides where you least expect it.
How can you give your idea the best chance of success? Have you ever wondered why some business ideas, as good as they seem, don't succeed? It may be not be the idea that's the problem...
On this night where Portugal faced Lithuania in a Euro 2020 qualifying match, at 34 years old, Cristiano delivered one of the best performances of his national team career, scoring 4 goals. What makes his 4 goals even more important is the impact they will have for decades to come.
Have you ever come across a product or service that you had the idea for months or years ago? Learn how to take your own ideas from concept to creation.
Understanding your problem is critical to solving it. No matter how awesome your idea may seem, if it does not solve a problem, it will…
The term “startup” is sometimes used too loosely and liberally. Let’s consider the definitions of two respected authorities in the startup world and decide once and for all, what a startup is.
Startup Weekend EDU took over Florida International University and brought together one of the most diverse group of people to hack away at problems in education and learn how to take any idea from concept to creation. The weekend was nothing short of magical!
What if the problem has nothing to do with the teaching and learning of math? What if the problem is unrelated to math?
Imagine a classroom where IBM's Watson or another artificial intelligence system served as a co-teacher, capturing data, conducting classroom management tasks, and intelligently making suggestions to the teacher.