Employing a growth mindset to our lives and how we want to approach running a business, we're taking the summer to study at the University of Virginia's, i.lab (innovation lab) @ The Darden School of Business.
our smile-inducing takeaways:
- "Meditation and self-care" was a recurring theme suggested to our cohort by several successful entrepreneurs. Hello, validation!
- Human Factors Engineering is something most people and companies don't take into consideration, it can save lives, and make what you're doing easily utilized.
- Why does most tequila give you a headache? It only needs to be 51% agave to be called "tequila"! WHAT?! Instead, if you're a fan, look for 100% agave, minimizing the hangover. Or you know, don't drink so much. --Lyons Brown III
- MVP? for a startup, it's your Minimum Viable Product, --your specific product that just enough features to gather validated learning and leaves room to further develop.