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Daniel Isenberg is a Professor of Management Practice at Babson Global where he established the Babson Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Project (BEEP). He has published several seminal articles in the Harvard Business Review, including the April 2011 “Entrepreneurs and the Cult of Failure” and the June 2010 “How to Start an Entrepreneurial Revolution,” that was published as the “Big Idea” feature article. Isenberg has taught at Harvard, Columbia, Insead, Reykjavik, Theseus, and the Technion, and has been an entrepreneur and venture capitalist. Isenberg speaks and consults frequently on global entrepreneurship and blogs regularly for Huffington Post, Forbes and The Economist.

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    How Contrarian Entrepreneurs Create and Capture Extraordinary Value, with Daniel Isenberg How Contrarian Entrepreneurs Create and Capture Extraordinary Value, with Daniel Isenberg Presentation Transcript

    • @33voices intelligent insights to advance your business and life
    • The following represents 10 highlights from the interview by @MoeAbdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
    • Daniel IsenbergProfessor of Management Practice at Babson Global where he estab- lished the Babson Entrepreneur- ship Ecosystem Project (BEEP). He also advises the White House on its Startup America program. @Danisen
    • Stream interview Watch videoWatch video No.1 Starting a business is challenging and requires courage. scaling a business is much more difficult and requires a greater diversity of skill sets.
    • Stream interview Watch videoWatch video No.2 Entrepreneurs who are obsessed with creating extraordinary value, end up capturing the greatest economic value for their business and shareholders.
    • Stream interview Watch videoWatch video No.2 Entrepreneurs who are obsessed with creating extraordinary value, end up capturing the greatest economic value for their business and shareholders. 33voices Dan Isenberg - Obsessed With Creating Value
    • Stream interview Watch videoWatch video No.3 Businesses who overemphasize the innovation and under utilize the sales and marketing process end up with just hype; reverse it.
    • Stream interview Watch videoWatch video No.4 Keep in mind that if you’re pushing the envelope to create extraordinary value, you have to be in constant iteration mode. Do, Learn and Re-start!
    • Stream interview Watch videoWatch video No.5 Entrepreneurs manage risk by reframing it. to them, it’s a far greater risk to create something amazing for someone else, when you can do it for yourself.
    • Stream interview Watch videoWatch video No.6 Smart entrepreneurs never delegate leadership. instead, they make it a priority to bring out the amazing leadership qualities in others around them.
    • Stream interview Watch videoWatch video No.7 Tiny modifications can turn into big innovations; think iPod. look for problems where you can add another layer of simplicity.
    • Stream interview Watch videoWatch video No.8 Like a great athlete, a smart entrepreneur makes experience her greatest teacher; she learns far more from trying and failing than not trying at all.
    • Stream interview Watch videoWatch video No.9 Often, its talent that’s keeping your business in startup mode. to scale up, start by creating an advisory network that fill your widest knowledge gaps.
    • Stream interview Watch videoWatch video No.10 As an entrepreneur, you can’t continually do good deeds without making a profit. always align your customer’s best interest with your economic value.
    • Really reflect... How do you determine your worth to the marketplace? Really reflect...
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