A group of talents with BIG ideas, dreams & actions!
The Lean Startup methodology; Agile Software Development; TED--Ideas Worth Spreading; Think-Act-Change with Technologies, Innovations & Crowd (TACTIC). Social Innovations & Global Impacts; Professional Development; Business Growth, International/Social Entrepreneurship; Networking, Social Mixers & Professional Circles.
Who we are:
We are entrepreneurs & dreamers who like to change the world.One of the Lean Startup Circles in North America. A group of creative minds that are not just aspiring to profits, but also generate positive impacts to the society and world.
What we do:
We'll learn, discuss, and apply the Lean Startup methodology. Share experience, knowledge, and peer supports. Brainstorm & exchange expertise/service/thoughts. Aggregate resources/efforts/talents to create something BIG. Make a fortune while changing the world for better. Facilitate workshops and FREE networking & socializing events,
What to expect out of this group:
Meet like-minded people; Learn the lean startup approach; Join a think tank if interested; Find partners/co-founders or mentors/masterminds; Build a team/creative circle; Create something nice and disruptive; Make a change to the society/world or your own life... you name it and make it happen!You may as well learn a lot and have funduring the process^^
We will facilitate brainstorming and creation activities where we talk about things that we want to make/enable (products/services/projects/institutions) and collaborate on making them happen.
It's a great chance to give your brain a full-neuron workout and meet others who like to think, imagine, and solve problems. You should join if you enjoy thinking, imagining, solving problems in your daily life (personal or professional) and crave a venue where you can let loose, have fun wit, and meet like-minded individuals.
You are also invited to take some time from our sessions to present your work-in-progress to receive constructive feedback and assistance in building out.
Sharing of a nice TED talk:
"How to build your creative confidence" by David Kelley