A cornerstone to building an entrepreneurial mindset is making the commitment to never stop learning. Here are three videos featuring entrepreneurs sharing how the learning process shapes the experience of starting and growing organizations.
Looking back, it is easy to forget the tremendous risks co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin undertook to get to the place they are today. The co-founders once caused the whole Stanford network to go down for a significant amount of time while trying to develop Google. Page remarks that weird things happen when you are trying to touch every computer on the internet.
CEO and Founder Wendy Kopp discusses Teach For America's challenge to face major organizational learning curves, in its early years. Kopp describes how this process continues, as the organization works to better answer questions around issues of recruitment, training, professional development, management, and financing.
Dropbox Co-Founder Drew Houston believes false mythologies about tech company founders do a disservice to aspiring entrepreneurs. While many people think all tech founders start with world conquering visions, says Houston, the reality is that founders learn one day at a time just like everyone else.