Developing an Entrepreneurial Mindset

Taught by Asheesh Advani

Discover the tools you need to develop an entrepreneurial mindset and take your business to the next level.

In this course, JA Worldwide CEO Asheesh Advani will expose you to tested and proven methods that will help cultivate your entrepreneurial mindset in today’s fast-paced business world. These include deep dives into concepts like initiative, risk-taking, flexibility, adaptability, creativity,  innovation, critical thinking, and problem solving.

With his nearly 20 years of leadership experience, Asheesh takes you through his own personal journey, complete with struggles and triumphs, to help you better understand your own potential. This course is especially helpful to budding CEOs and business leaders, as well as your everyday employee. These tactics and concepts are easily understood and instantly applicable to your life. Jump start your entrepreneurial spirit and see the results for yourself.

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Methods Memberships

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$25/mo

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Mindset

Dive into concepts like initiative, risk-taking, flexibility, adaptability, creativity, innovation, critical thinking, and problem solving.

Completion

This course will take 3- 5 hours to complete while offering concepts and strategies that can be applied over months and years to afford lifelong benefits. In addition to interactive lectures for Asheesh and 8 guest contributors, this course also includes reviews, assessments, transcripts, and self-reflection activities.

Reward

Cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset by learning strategies for effective risk taking, taking initiative, creative thinking, innovation, adapting, and more.

Course Intro

Entrepreneurial mindset

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Visualizing projects

Course Journey


What is an Entrepreneurial Mindset?

Having an entrepreneurial mindset and attitude is critical to your success regardless of where you live, where you work, and what your personal circumstances are. These methods and principles could change your life.



Taking Action

To develop the self-confidence and self-efficacy that you need to have an entrepreneurial mindset you need to learn by doing.



Connecting with People Who Inspire You

A critical element to develop self-belief that comes from self-efficacy is derived from observing others who've already achieved success. Have a role model and learn from others to change your mindset.


The Environment for Success

It's critical to be surrounded by people who give positive feedback and believe in your success. Having a positive environment is essential for growth.


Cultivating Resourcefulness

An entrepreneurial mindset means having a sufficient degree of flexibility to pursue alternatives if your initial path-dependent choice doesn’t work out. Finding a way to get things done is a true characteristic of resourceful people.


Mentorship

Looking out for the interests of others, a key component of the mentor-mentee relationship, not only gives personal satisfaction, but it also helps get things done in organizations.


Utilizing Visualization

Visualization is a simple tool to activate your creative subconscious, which will start generating creative ideas on its own to help you achieve your goal.


Fixed Mindset vs Growth Mindset

Successful entrepreneurs almost universally have a growth mindset. They believe their work is meaningful, regardless of the outcome. They do their best in solving challenging and important problems with a belief that it’s about the journey, not just the destination.


Rewiring Your Brain to Think Positively

Optimism is a core element of an entrepreneurial mindset and can be trained by adjusting one’s explanatory style.


Connecting the Dots for an Entrepreneurial Mindset

Take another look at the core elements of an entrepreneurial mindset and their importance for success in business and in life.


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