Trends of ID work

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Trends of ID work by Mind Map: Trends of ID work

1. No knowledge of the term 'entrepreneur'

1.1. It's not a single definition

1.2. Before University

1.2.1. no knowledge of Role Models

1.2.2. no knowledge prior to University

2. Goals & Motivation

2.1. WANTING TO BE IN CONTROL, IN CHARGE

2.1.1. Can't work for someone

2.2. WANTING MONEY

2.2.1. generally in the early stage, maker

2.3. WANTING TO HELP PEOPLE

2.4. OHER

2.4.1. Retire early

2.4.2. LEARNING AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE

2.4.2.1. double degree

2.4.2.2. starting another business

2.4.3. Recogntion

2.4.4. Make experiments

3. ID work to become a Hobbyist

3.1. ENJOYING THE ACTIVITY BASED ON PASSION

3.2. No hobby because was student athlete

3.3. No hobby because entrepreneurial parents/environement

4. ID work to become a Maker

4.1. ENJOYING ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITIES WITHOUT BEING TOLD WHAT TO DO

4.1.1. It's enjoyable so they do more

4.1.1.1. like the product

4.1.1.2. like the thrill of the 'game', of building

4.1.1.3. like the money

4.1.2. Inward

4.1.3. Outward

4.1.4. No strong identity, no sense of rejection, easier to do business

4.2. SHARING THEIR ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITIES

4.2.1. SHARING WITH PARENTS THEIR ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITIES

4.2.1.1. being supported and understood by at least one entrepreneurial parent

4.2.1.2. Outward

4.2.2. SHARING WITH FRIENDS THEIR ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITIES

4.2.2.1. convince them to be entrepreneurial

4.3. BUILDING SOMETHING

4.4. LOOKING FOR A NEW IDENTITY

4.4.1. because was a student athlete

4.4.2. SELF REFLECTING

4.4.2.1. Give themselves a year for transition

4.5. NOT SHARING WITH PARENTS

4.5.1. slows/stop the ID work

4.5.2. need validation first

4.5.3. they don't understand

4.6. OTHER

4.6.1. NOT ENJOYING JOB/INTERNSHIP

4.6.2. NOT SHARING WITH FRIENDS

4.6.2.1. because didn't know anyone

4.6.2.2. Needs success, validation

5. ID work to become an Entrepreneur

5.1. SHARING THEIR IDENTITY WITH VALIDATION/SUCCESSES

5.1.1. with physical products

5.1.2. with prizes and awards

5.1.3. customer who is not a friend

5.1.4. friends can understand the successes and the awards, not the rest

5.1.5. success

5.1.6. Money

5.1.7. Traction

5.2. SURROUNDING THEMSELVES WITH LIKE MINDED ENTREPRENEURS

5.2.1. meetups

5.2.2. competitions

5.2.3. incubator programs

5.2.4. their 'peers' value and recognise them

5.2.5. networking

5.3. SHARING WITH PARENTS THEIR ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITIES

5.3.1. mother is often the final obstacle

5.3.1.1. admitting not part of the traditional mindset studies/job

5.3.1.2. deal to keep going to Uni

5.3.1.3. high expectation (make money quickly)

5.3.2. needed validation

5.3.2.1. success

5.4. SELF PROMOTING / PERSONAL BRANDING

5.4.1. to help the business

5.4.2. competitions and awards

5.4.3. outward

5.4.4. inward (winning)

5.5. IDENTIFYING AS AN ENTREPRENEUR

5.5.1. STARTING TO IDENTIFY AS AN ENTREPRENEUR

5.5.1.1. after reading a book

5.5.2. INTRODUCING THEMSELVES AS ENTREPRENEURS

5.5.2.1. to everyone

5.5.2.2. to like minded people

5.5.2.3. to customers

5.6. PERFORMING ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITIES

5.6.1. Outward

5.6.1.1. Pitching to investors

5.6.1.2. Pitching in class

5.6.1.3. hiring staff

5.6.1.4. negotiation with partner for equity

5.6.1.5. Building a company culture based on their personality

5.7. DECIDING TO COMMIT TO/FOCUS ON THE BUSINESS

5.7.1. ultimate step of becoming an entrepreneur

5.8. SELF REFLECTING

5.8.1. writing a book

5.8.2. introspection

5.8.3. strong faith

5.9. OTHER

5.9.1. BEING SUPPORTED BY TUTORS WHO UNDERSTAND THEM

5.9.2. HIDING AN IDENTITY

5.9.2.1. HIDING THEIR STUDENT IDENTITY

5.9.2.1.1. To customers

5.9.2.2. HIDING THEIR ENTREPRENEUR IDENTITY

5.9.2.2.1. At Uni

5.9.3. ENJOYING IMPRESSING PEOPLE (RECOGNITION)

5.9.3.1. because student AND entrepreneur

5.9.3.2. LIKE TO WHOA

5.9.4. NOT SHARING ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITIES

5.9.4.1. NOT SHARING ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITIES WITH FRIENDS

5.9.4.1.1. because they can't understand

5.9.4.2. NOT SHARING/HARD TO HARD ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITIES WITH PARENTS

5.9.4.2.1. because they can't understand

5.9.5. EMBRACING THE IDENTITY BY CHANGING COURSES TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP

5.9.6. OVERCOMING OBSTACLES

6. Being Different than the other students

6.1. NOT DIFFERENT

6.1.1. Hobby

6.1.2. Early Maker

6.2. DISCOVERING AND ACCEPTING TO BE DIFFERENT

6.2.1. Uni is not practical

6.2.2. Different mindset/path

6.2.3. People think I am crazy

6.3. was lost

7. Student Athlete

7.1. Being an athlete was more important than school

7.2. Trying to differentiate himself by being an athlete

7.3. Wanting to be a professional athlete

7.4. SHARING WITH PARENTS AND FRIENDS

7.4.1. because they can understand

7.5. FEELING LOST AFTER LOSS OF ATHLETE IDENTITY

8. Risks

8.1. Limited

8.1.1. Degree is plan b