• 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:23    |    
    The keys to build a successful enterprise
  • 01:08    |    
    • Retail business
    • Business vision
    • Superstore retailing
    • Breakthrough ideas
    • Demographics
      • Baby boomers
      • Demographic characteristics
    • Book superstores
      • Future of bookstores
      • Book industry revolution
    • Lifelong learning
    • Learning resources
  • 18:17    |    
    Sense of history
    • Understanding of the past
    • Learning from the past
  • 22:04    |    
  • Travel
  • 23:15    |    
    Space and time context
    • Clarity
    • Consistency
    • Contribution to the world
    • Uniqueness
  • 25:01    |    
  • 25:55    |    
    Question and answer period
    • How did you get the money for your business?
    • What is your latest business idea?
    • What is your most important tip for starting a new business?
    • Should we study something we don't like in order to gain money?
    • What is your favorite book?
    • What do you suggest one has to study in order to start a business?
    • From all the business ideas you have, how do you choose which one to engage?
  • 40:07    |    
    Final words
  • 40:31    |    
    Final credits

Foro Emprendedores: conference with Gary Hoover

  | 06 de mayo de 2010  | Vistas: 34

In this conference, Gary Hoover shares eight main elements that should always be present in an entrepreneur's mind, based on his personal experience.  One of the first and most important elements he describes is curiosity, followed by a good sense of history, geography, clarity, consistency, patience and uniqueness.  He also comments on how people's actions contribute to the whole world.  Hoover explains that in order for a business to succeed, an entrepreneur has to see opportunities where other people don't and take advantage of them in every possible way.  One of the most important things he mentions is that every person has to love what they do; otherwise their businesses will never prosper in this ongoing competitive world.


Gary Hoover is the Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the Herb Kellerher Center for…