Today was another “pitch day” in my Learning to Fail class. To add a bit of context, the class incorporates a semester-long pitch competition where students compete against each other to identify the biggest entrepreneurial opportunity on campus. The competition is organized as a bracket, and this was our second round. We went from eight […]
In today’s Story, I grabbed lunch with a former student and brought in Bill Spruill, founder of Global Data Consortium, to speak with my Innovation & Entrepreneurship Capstone class. The main message from Bill was to figure out what you’re good at, and focus on it. He argued that too many entrepreneurs waste time and […]
I finally discovered Instagram stories. I know I’m late to the party, but better late than never. Turns out, they’re an amazing way of documenting my classes. Who knew? Since they only live a short life on Instagram, I decided I’d also preserve my Instagram Stories here on aarondinin.com. Here’s the first one. Enjoy!
I write lots of Quora answers. Sometimes, when I particularly enjoy on a question/answer combo, I’ll share it here, too. If you like it, be sure to check out my other Quora answers. Upvotes welcome! Quora Question: What makes a professor’s lecture boring? That’s an easy question to answer: Lack of saber toothed tigers. While you probably don’t […]