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Fail Harder. Fail Faster. Fail Often.

Translation:

Take the BIG risk, though you may fail. Execute quickly before polish to find mistakes. Repeat immediately. We are a student ran business that does NOT promote mediocrity.

My journey-Carly

10/30/18, I called Educational providers about  updating their google business results. This was my second call and the first time I actually had a conversation with somebody. I felt weird, because I have never called somebody out of the blue like that. My introduction was not the best, I felt like I could have been more personable.  The next time I call somebody, I will be less scripted and know

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My Journey- Emily Bowers

11/1/2018: At the club meeting on Tuesday, Carly and I talked about the business skill meetings that have happened so far. Carly did most of the talking, so I wish I would have talked more about what we have done throughout the year. Even though I haven’t went to any of the actual business skills meetings because of marching band, I still helped plan all of the meetings. 3/4/2019: I believe

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My Journey -Nick Niebel

Grit9 Cold Calls Recently in Grit9 a couple of students (including me) have been making cold calls in class. The cold calls are used to connect with small businesses in the area and aid them in certain ways. One of the ways we help them is by walking them through a step by step process on how to fix or create a GYBO or a “Get your business online.” What

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My Journey-Preston Layman

Recently we have had a few couch talks to figure out what everybody wants. The question was asked, “What do you want to do in this class?” The question was hard and stumped most of us. Our responses we gave were mostly the average answers you would give but we were asked to be more in depth. Do we want it to be a business or a class. We also

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Ship It Cards

Carly introduced ship it cards to the club members that showed up to the first meeting. She explained that ship it cards are a way to accomplish tasks in your business. We do ship it cards to help improve our business and the way we get our name out. The club member ship it cards are hung on the back wall of the classroom right inside of the classroom door.

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