Learning to seize the moment
Creative problem-solving, turning circumstances to our advantage, seeing possibilities where others see problems – entrepreneurial thinking is useful in any career. It's about taking initiative, learning from experience and being resourceful no matter what happens.
Are entrepreneurs born or made?
The ingredients for entrepreneurial thinking
Conventional wisdom tells us that only a select few are born with the skills to think entrepreneurially. And that only those people come up with truly great ideas that change the world. But what if we could teach those abilities to all students?
What's the ROI on children's mental health?
Entrepreneurial thinking in every discipline
Professions such as social work and health care aren't traditionally associated with entrepreneurial thinking, but UCalgary faculty members across campus are incorporating that mindset into their disciplines.
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