- Take the personality test at 16personalities.com and review the results.
- Go to the following link and find the entrepreneur (or celebrity) who matches your personality: bit.ly/2FSlRFU.
- Go to office.com and log in. The username is firstname.lastname@example.org, replacing with your own student number and the password is the same one you use to log in with school PCs.
- Include the following slides for the rough copy:
- Title Page: entrepreneur’s name, personality code, your name, your block
- Two Slides: Who is your entrepreneur (i.e. basic stats)? What is he/she famous for? What business and/or company is he/she involved with? Do a bit of research using other online sources.
- One/two slides: What are your entrepreneurs’s strengths?
- One Slide: How might you become a successful entrepreneur, given your personality, skills, interests, networking and other strengths?
- Complete the rough copy, focusing mainly on content, by next class. You will have 5-7 slides in total. You will also have another class to focus on layout (i.e. how it looks) before the assignment is due.
- Next Class: Modify your PowerPoint to meet the Tips for Effective Presentations (bit.ly/2FSnAuJ).
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