CEO brings you The Insight Project
Giulia Magnani London -25/09/2018
At CEO we’ve been creating content for the past few months, engaging readers from all over the world, and especially across the UK.
We are now ready to take writing to a whole new level.
We are proud to introduce The Insight Project, which will be running through the academic year of 2018/19. We’ve recruited 11 of the best University Societies and publications around the UK to enable talented and driven students to bring you insights within their areas of expertise.
Students will be writing about innovative startups, disruptive tech, business leaders, and current affairs within the startup realm.
They are eager to show the world their talent, passion and hard work, and are not afraid to speak up!
At CEO we are proud to have the chance to promote their voice and collaborate with some of the youngest talents across the UK.
Writing will enable these students and aspiring entrepreneurs, to gain the skills they need to turn their dreams into realities.
Why Should Entrepreneurs Write
In psychology there are a number of scales that classify and describe personality types.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), based on 4 different dichotomies, has identified 16 different personality types - and yes, the “entrepreneur” is one of them.
Entrepreneurs are bold, sociable, and driven.
Being an entrepreneur is tough on many levels. To reach their goals there are many skills that be learned and mastered.
Most people would include patience, perseverance, organization and focus within the sphere of abilities that need to be conquered in order to be successful.
However, there is one particular competence that is often undervalued, which can enable entrepreneurs to readily exceed at all of the above: writing.
As Christopher Myers, co-founder and CEO of Bode Tree, states, writing is the ultimate and most important skill any entrepreneur should master for a variety of different reasons.
Writing is firstly therapeutic, and can help ease the mind, while making challenges seem smaller.
Writing is also introspective and leads to self-criticism, allowing entrepreneurs to reflect on their strengths and weaknesses.
Writing is the perfect means to share knowledge, build a community and learn from different perspectives.
We are proud to be collaborating with: