ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: The entrepreneurial generation | Nick Loper | TEDxLivermore

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: The entrepreneurial generation | Nick Loper | TEDxLivermore

Here’s Great Tip: The entrepreneurial generation | Nick Loper | TEDxLivermore


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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Nick Loper, creator of Side Hustle Nation, shares his three Cs for entrepreneurship. Nick asserts that being engaged and inspired by our work will have a huge impact on our productivity and creativity. Rather than the myth of the entitled generation, Nick argues that the millennial are a generation that has tapped into self-reliance and mass entrepreneurship, taking matters into their own hands by creating their own work. Creation, Connection and Contribution are the keys to this new era of entrepreneurs, fueling innovation and accelerating change.

Author Nick Loper is an online entrepreneur and life-long student of business. His latest role is Chief Side Hustler at SideHustleNation.com, a community resource for aspiring and part-time entrepreneurs. As host of the site’s top-rated podcast, Nick helps people access their creative potential to build businesses they care about.

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7 Replies to “ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: The entrepreneurial generation | Nick Loper | TEDxLivermore”

  1. The internet has led to more entrepreneurial activity. Not some abstract divisional label such as "Millennial". Obviously, younger people striking out have a greater incentive, motivation and energy for entrepreneurial pursuits than older career established people would. Younger people will also tend to support those near their age and reject older generations, devoid of objective valuations.
    Other than this, the talk was good and helpful IMO.

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