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Having grown up in a digital world, they’re always connected. This last point may be the key to understanding the Millennials. Most have been using computers almost from birth, so they’ve developed a set of attitudes that color the way they view the world. Here are some examples of these attitudes: ߜ Computers, cell phones, iPods, and so on are normal, required parts of life, not simply technologies or privileges. They want to feel connected 24/7. ߜ The Internet is more interesting than television.

Chapter 3: Entrepreneurship for Everyone What’s that? You don’t have a creative bone in your body? We hate to tell you, but there’s no such thing as a creative bone. Bones are just bones; they’re either strong or weak, but never creative. However, your mind is an amazing thing, and it can be manipulated to cause you to believe whatever you want to believe. So, keep telling yourself that you’re creative, and at least you won’t be mentally blocking yourself from becoming creative. Removing the barriers to creativity Most entrepreneurs improve on a product/service/concept that already exists, or they find a way to solve a problem they see or have experienced.

2. The second period began in about 1800 and went to 2000. This period was exemplified by the growth of multinational companies and the decline in transportation and communication costs, which enabled goods to be traded globally more affordably than ever before. 3. The third period — going on now — is about shrinking the planet, flattening it, and giving individuals the power to compete and collaborate on a global level. Friedman also named ten factors that have brought about this flattening of the world in the third period: 1.

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