Virtual Enterprise - What every Entrepreneur Should Know

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Jacques Habra presents to the Virtual Enterprise forum in Santa Barbara, CA. Top high school students from the Central Coast of California experience a day of workshops and lectures from regional leaders and experts.

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  • Virtual Enterprise - What every Entrepreneur Should Know

    1. 1. SBCEO – Virtual Enterprise - 2011 Practical reports and some theory Presenter: Jacques Habra October 7, 2011
    2. 2. What is Noospheric? The unconscious sharing of human thought Word “ noosphere ” by French Paleontologist Teilhard de Chardin. Around the same time in history, nomadic tribes tens of thousands of miles apart came up with the same engineering discovery, People in Asia, North America, and South America were coming up with the same concept separately at the same time.
    3. 3. Get Inspired
    4. 4. Effective Communication is always SIMPLE
    5. 5. Communications: Ever heard of… Zoom? VIA? Playbook? Tab? iPad?
    6. 6. Effective Communication is always MEMORABLE
    7. 7. Communications: Name that “Positioning Statement” What is a positioning statement? A positioning statement clearly defines your purpose to your employees, your competitors, and your consumers. The statement must be clear and to the point and define to your audience why you are unique in the field or market you are in. You positioning statement does not have to be catchy or fun; but rather simple, and effective.
    8. 8. Name that “Positioning Statement” “ Organize the world’s information”
    9. 9. Name that “Positioning Statement” “ A social utility that helps people communicate more efficiently with their friends, family and coworkers.”
    10. 10. Name that “Positioning Statement” “ To design the ultimate driving machine with the best handling and engineering efficiency.”
    11. 11. REQUIREMENTS <ul><li>Seeing the invisible - Vision </li></ul>Being an entrepreneur… <ul><li>Self – Discipline </li></ul><ul><li>Attitude – in the face of failure, loss, defeat </li></ul>
    12. 12. Know what questions to ask <ul><li>What problem does your product/service resolve? </li></ul>4. What is the plan? 2. What opportunity does your product/service create? 3. Who is the customer/buyer?
    13. 13. Communication is human
    14. 14. Communication is Teaching
    15. 15. Memorable and Simple
    16. 16. The Home Page | Our Community
    17. 17. SBClick: Case Study
    18. 18. What investors invest in? <ul><li>Management Team </li></ul><ul><li>Realistic Expectations </li></ul><ul><li>A growing market </li></ul>
    19. 19. Communicate Right! <ul><li>Set Intentions </li></ul>2. Be Present 3. Listen and Observe 4. Share with Intention 5. Be transparent through synchronicity
    20. 20. Questions? Jacques Habra TELEPHONE -> 866-745-3555, ext. 101 EMAIL -> [email_address]

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