Enderpreneurship Part 3

This is my third and final post in my series on Entrepreneurship lessons from Ender’s Game. For the previous posts, see Part 1 and Part 2.Lead a startup the way Ender leads Dragon Army. A startup is very much like Ender’s Dragon Army: newly formed, constantly learning, and searching for patterns that work in aContinue reading “Enderpreneurship Part 3”

Enderpreneurship Part 2

This is Part 2 of my series on entrepreneurship lessons from the Ender’s Game novel. If you haven’t already read it, start with Part 1.The best entrepreneurs don’t play the game; they create a new game by playing by different rules Throughout the novel, Ender turns disadvantageous situations to his advantage by bending, breaking, orContinue reading “Enderpreneurship Part 2”

Enderpreneurship: What Andrew Wiggin Can Teach Us About Winning the Game of Entrepreneurship

This weekend’s release of the cinematic adaptation of Ender’s Game (and rereading the novel before going to see the movie) got me thinking about how many of Ender’s experiences can be translated into lessons on entrepreneurship. As I stated in my TEDx talk: we can take MANY lessons on entrepreneurship from popular myths and IContinue reading “Enderpreneurship: What Andrew Wiggin Can Teach Us About Winning the Game of Entrepreneurship”