The Final Learning Instrument
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Test Section One. Hit Submit by Tuesday 18:00 04/23.

Your Notion is worth 30% Questions 5.1 and 5.2 are worth 15% each. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 are 4% each

Vintage, But I want you to carefully concentrate on the lyrics..not the visual...

Hang on to your ______,

Please, this is very serious...no jokes implied.

Class Point:
Entreprenuers dont live in a vacuum! They find and seize opportunities by conscious consumption of information from many sources.

Boring maybe but your instructor, reads 1-3 hours per day, listens to 2-3 podcasts per day, Out of curiosity how many do you?

Everyone wants answers on how to be a great entrepreneur...Honestly 1 out of 10 listens to me when I give them a key ingredient (Consume information) to finding "42". This includes those in the corporate world!

Invest in your future READ Please! - What you read last week is already stale...so I have one last shot...

Knowledge is power - Why dont you grab it?

In the final class I put forth two key sources I consume: Ezra Klein and Ben Evans,

Question 2, 3 ,4 5.1 and 5.2 below, requires you to listen to a very relevant Ezra Klein podcast and download the transcript.

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-ezra-klein-show/id1548604447?i=1000652234981

Question 6 focuses on Ben Evans.

 

“Responsible Scaling Plan”
Be creative in thought...he gives an unresolved answer...how do you feel?
Be creative - we are talking large disruption, which mean large opportunities from the ensuing pains and promises.
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You can't blame me for trying...please read each week...the best read - win. https://www.ben-evans.com/newsletter/
Explain in depth

Q8 refers to a "Masters of Scale Podcast featuring Guy Kawasaki...pls listen...Key Point find the reference to Julia Child...

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/masters-of-scale/id1227971746?i=1000651166454

One Part from the Podcast:

What’s the point of a five year plan?

I mean, the world was a very different place, and five years from now, it’s going to be even more different. So given that we know that this is true, why do so many investors, why do so many big companies, and why do they think in this very narrow, constrained way where you’re trying to forecast something that is literally unimaginable?

KAWASAKI: Who among us five years ago said there was going to be a day when there’s large language models that are sentient and smarter than most people and they can write your essays, create your PowerPoints, and generate images. Nobody said that. 

It’s part of a game that you have to play that you have to pretend like you know what’s going to happen in five years because if you took the opposite approach and somebody asked you for a forecast and you said, “Listen, I have no freaking idea. I don’t know what’s going to happen. I’m just making it up as it goes.” Which is the truth. I would not say that is an optimal answer for receiving investment. And I think that the sophisticated entrepreneur realizes it is part of the game. 

If you decide not to do this questions...just say: "I have better ways to spend my time".. :> or "I will do later"...
Look inside yourself...with what...yes, what she says about the lense of PERFECTION?
Translation: Why did he assign "Blood in the Machine"?
These are important...
Also to an Angel investor or Venture Capitalist.

Your Notion...Counts as 30%

Show me your notion during our  final exam and there will be one other question #13 for you to complete in class.