Learn to market yourself, invest in your skillset, and seek opportunities with these nuts-and-bolts workshops aimed at college students and young professionals. From important projects to personal fulfillment, our grand goals are the results of many simple steps and incremental improvements.
What skills and habits of mind can transform your entrepreneurial ambitions into start-up success? This series of tailored workshops challenges your creative capacity and problem-solving: the skills you’ll need to build and scale your startup. Experienced entrepreneurs and changemakers from StartupExperience offer their insights to equip the next generation of innovators.
Understanding economic thought doesn’t merely clarify your thinking—it shifts your perception of reality and reshapes how you interact with the world. In this track, you’ll engage with the principles of innovation and liberation along with others who share your commitment to solving complex societal problems with more freedom, never less.
By definition, we don’t see disruptive concepts coming. Innovators who challenge the obvious (cryptocurrency millionaires and unschoolers, seasteaders and market urbanists) upend our expectations and expand the horizons of innovation. Market incentives can be leveraged to break down institutional barriers and maximize individual freedom. If you know you can do better than the status quo, this track is for you.
Art doesn’t merely imitate life, it advances our horizons. Creative professionals who join art and economics inspire others and create the new cultural touchstones of our movement. To turn your creative vision into a steady income, [or, a profession, or practical], you must treat your craft like a business. Creative entrepreneurs face special challenges in pursuing careers that adhere to their values and provide a steady income. Learn how to bring your ideas to life while earning a living!
Long-term flourishing in business requires unique perspective and attitude—intangible leadership qualities which are notoriously difficult to teach. Leaders in business, academia, and non-profits share the attitudes and intangible qualities they credit with their success.