Business, Politics & Society
Lesson time 10:23 min
Learn why intellectual curiosity, learning on the job, and finding a mentor are important for every entrepreneur.
Topics include: Learn on the Job · Be Curious and Ask Questions · Find a Mentor
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz rose from a childhood in public housing to leading a company that revolutionized the way the world drinks coffee. With no formal business education, he relied on his values while growing a 13-store chain into a global brand with more than 250,000 employees. In his 90-minute video series, Howard shares what he’s learned about business leadership and being an entrepreneur.
As a person who started a business and failed. I am still struggling with my failure. The lesson is good reminder that I can try again. The lessons are obvious. But everyone need a good reminder.
Its something which you already know but you tend to forget when you get caught up in the day to day problem. It was a great reminder and an encouragement to go back to the drawing board and see how far you have deviated and how much you need to go back to it.
Being a startup entrepreneur I learned A LOT from this couse that I can apply directly. Thx to Mr. Schultz for all the inspiring insights and to MASTERCLASS for giving me the chance to sit down with him "one on one"!
I understand now that to succeed as a leader it involves empathy, teamwork, and tough decisions.