Many years ago, Jennifer discovered she faced a problem many girls of all ages also faced in our society: an insecurity about their body. At seven years old, Jennifer noticed that the birthmark she had on her back, set her apart from other girls her age. All through high school, she tried to cover it up with makeup or clothes, but nothing could cover up the insecurity she faced underneath the surface.
The Office of Innovation is a perfect mix of entrepreneurial-minded and light-hearted individuals. We drink coffee, we write blogs, edit videos, drink coffee, market on our social media accounts, drink coffee, plan events, and drink more coffee.
Entrepreneurs need to ask a second question: “is the problem worth solving and does it need solving to begin with?” It’s so easy to get lost in our own ideas without thinking about how other people are affected by it. Our speaker Jay Sherer, closed the workshop with one last point, “build something people want.”
Matt asked the room one simple question: “Do I even need God in what I’m doing?” Perhaps God is the missing variable in the startup equation? In any regard, it would seem that Matt’s cocktail of mixing his kingdom mission within his business practice has allowed him the means to spread the Gospel, utilizing both his passion and his calling.
"My point to all this is simple. Nobody woke up with an idea and the next day found their product on a shelf at every retail store in the US. It took time, preparation and guidance. Fortunately, Azusa Pacific University offers all of this with Zuventurez."