Amy Rosen

Amy Rosen

Partner at the Public Private Strategy Group
Amy Rosen is a partner at the Public Private Strategy Group (PPSG) and a member of the President's Advisory Council on Financial Capabilities of Young People. She was previously president and CEO of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship and vice chair of the World Economic Forum's Youth Unemployment Council.
Why Entrepreneurs Should Embrace Hillary Clinton's Tech and Innovation Agenda
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Why Entrepreneurs Should Embrace Hillary Clinton's Tech and Innovation Agenda

Consider her student-debt relief mechanism, which links loan forgiveness to entrepreneurship.
The Least Important Entrepreneurship Ingredient
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The Least Important Entrepreneurship Ingredient

The "bolt of lightning" idea is overvalued and overhyped when it comes to entrepreneurship.
6 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Be Better Teachers
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6 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Be Better Teachers

Business teachers don't teach future leaders how to teach, but they should.
7 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Invest in Themselves
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7 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Invest in Themselves

Investing in your development is an investment in your company.
Why Future Orientation Is the Most Important Part of Entrepreneurial Thinking
Entrepreneur Mindset

Why Future Orientation Is the Most Important Part of Entrepreneurial Thinking

Simply having a map doesn't mean you'll even start a journey -- which is why connecting personal action to outcome is essential.
Albuquerque Has Embraced the Entrepreneurial Mindset for City Services
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Albuquerque Has Embraced the Entrepreneurial Mindset for City Services

The desert city has invested in teaching 100 municipal employees the principles of entrepreneurship.
Good Entrepreneurship Advice Is About Mindset
Entrepreneurial Mindset

Good Entrepreneurship Advice Is About Mindset

Four successful entrepreneurs give advice that connects to specific parts of the entrepreneurial mindset.
When Bad Ideas Can Actually Be Good Advice
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When Bad Ideas Can Actually Be Good Advice

Sometimes, you need to surround yourself with "yes" people and delay making that big decision.
6 Ways to Channel George Clooney When Delivering Your Pitch
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6 Ways to Channel George Clooney When Delivering Your Pitch

Like other entrepreneurship skills, smooth speaking takes practice. Here's how to stop fumbling over words in front of a crowd.
Entrepreneurial Thinking Will Solve the Skills Gap -- Even If There Isn't One
Entrepreneur Mindset

Entrepreneurial Thinking Will Solve the Skills Gap -- Even If There Isn't One

Experts may disagree about the skills gap, but learning entrepreneurship is essential, regardless.
Business Skills vs. Entrepreneurial Thinking
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Business Skills vs. Entrepreneurial Thinking

While both business and entrepreneurship skills can be taught, they are very, very different.
Why 'Grit' May Be Everything for Success
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Why 'Grit' May Be Everything for Success

Lack of grit -- call it persistence -- is the entrepreneurship killer.
Why Collaboration Is Essential to Entrepreneurship
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Why Collaboration Is Essential to Entrepreneurship

Make it an integral part of your planning and your mindset and you -- and your business -- will be better for it.
In the Entrepreneur's Mind, Problems Are Only Hurdles in Front of Goals
Problem Solving

In the Entrepreneur's Mind, Problems Are Only Hurdles in Front of Goals

There are four key elements to problem solving on the entrepreneurship path.
How Much Risk Should First-Time Entrepreneurs Take On?
Risk

How Much Risk Should First-Time Entrepreneurs Take On?

Accepting risks is a skill that can be learned. When you're ready to launch a venture, consider these five tips that have proven effective in the classroom.