These books and other resources gave me the confidence and direction to believe that I am an entrepreneur and anyone can be with the right mindset. I live by many of the principles that are offered in the resources and I recommend referring to them often.
In addition to your networking and interpersonal skills, oneof the most overlooked, yet most important aspect of being an entrepreneur is constantlyimproving the relationship you have with yourself and your thoughts. This isprobably my favorite category of books because they collectively have opened myminded to being a more emotionally intelligent individual and confident leader.
Part of my SUMMR 2020 project was to design and build my ownwebsite as well as cultivate my technical literacy and proficiency by learning howto code. I've always had an instinctual interest in tech but was driven awayfrom it because I found it intimidating and I didn't think it was for someonelike me. Turns out its pretty simple stuff and incredibly exciting to buildsomething of your own!
You do not have to be what your major thinks you are! I have loved studying architecture in school but some aspects about it intrigued more than others… most of all I’m passionate about designing for people. Turns out that’s a concept in itself: user research and experience, or simply put, UX. Here’s some resources on how you can better understand and design products and projects for your targeted audience.