How to Live Before You Die
I decided to go with the TED video “How to Live Before You Die” by Steve Jobs because he gives good advice for entrepreneurs. The main idea of the video was to always keep going no matter what life throws at you. Jobs gave three main examples from his own life experiences to prove his points. How life events that appear bad at the time may just lead your life into bigger and better situations in the future. He also spoke about not giving up until you find the job or career that makes you happy on a daily basis. One of his best points in my opinion was his prospective on dying. He seemed to feel we will all eventually die (which is true) and should live each day feeling as it may be our last one alive. It was a very inspirational speech.
The topic of the speech that relates to this class is entrepreneurship and having the heart to follow your dreams no matter what life throws your way. Steve Jobs repeatedly took the risks associated with starting a new business. He spoke of his own business ventures that failed but lead him to something more satisfying. Jobs has proven himself to be a successful businessman in many very competitive fields.
Our generation has a choice to go to school through online classes or actually attend classes on campus. Both of the learning options have similar goals in mind. They both aim to educate and train students in their fields of study. But there are some major variations between the two that may make it easier to decide which one to choose.
Online classes are more flexible for students living a busy life. They can basically make their own schedule around the assignments due dates. Online classes are sometimes hard for students who can’t set aside time on their own to do the assignments. You really have to be able to prioritize and not procrastinate to get everything done in a timely manner. One of the major downfalls of online classes is that not every class students need to take may be offered....