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Wichita 2050

A website based around the future design of our city. An interactive map showing what our city could look like in the year 2050. It would be based around design projects, big and small. Could be opened up for forms about what else Wichita could do to be more attractive. A way to connect and inspire our community.

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Is this just an idea?

I think we need a serious discussion on if an idea is worth attempting to create a business out of. Are you passionate about it? Are you willing to spend years of your life pursuing it? Will it solve problems or bring others happiness? Will it sell? Is there a market? Has it already been done? These are all very important evaluations that need to be done before making the decision to take the leap.

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The Impostor Syndrome - When you don't feel you're good enough!

As entrepreneurs, we all know the feeling. Those moments when we don't think we're good enough, that we are over our heads with the project we have started. Or, that we have bitten off more than we can chew. This session will be enlightening and encouraging to all those who attend. We will be pleasantly surprised to learn that we all experience those feelings. And, we will learn from one another how to come through it ...more »

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