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Erik Hanberg Reflection

It was quite fantastic to have Erik Hanberg be our guest speaker last week. He was our first guest speaker within the Winter 2018 quarter here at UW-T. His focus was his story on how his success in Entrepreneurship has been, with his experiences within multiple companies and medias. He gave a rather large emphasis on the term "Entrepreneurship" into becoming "Entrepreneur Ship." Most of what seems to be expected with being an entrepreneur is to get products made, then is consecutively shipped to consumers.

    He had shown us graphs about where someone may be on the scale of growing in riches, starting at the "Entry Scale", then eventually topping out. From the bottom is what is described to be "beer and date money", gradually going up to part-timer, full-timer, and wealthy. Most of what's in between, going up are Media, Business owners, Musicians, Actors, and Athletes. It's interesting how much more money someone can make when they …
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