LEARN THE PATH FROM PASSION TO PROFITS
At The Happy Startup School we're helping a new breed of entrepreneur to realise their dreams. We're a growing global community of budding entrepreneurs, startup founders & changemakers that believe there's more to life, and business, than making money. We put on game-changing events, transformative e-courses and regularly write and speak about purpose-driven entrepreneurship.
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Making business more human
Carlos Saba, The Happy Startup School
Stranger Happenings, November 2015, London
5 minutes with Eiji @ Summercamp
Eiji Han Shimizu, The Life School & Happy the Movie
The Happy Startup Summercamp 2015, UK
25 Surprising Traits of the Happiest and Most Successful People I Know
I’ve been lucky enough to meet some inspirational people – from serial entrepreneurs to religious leaders. What gives them their mojo isn’t as obvious as you may think.
11 ridiculously easy ways to thingify your thoughts
These days it’s not difficult to turn ideas into action but so many budding entrepreneurs still struggle with the doing bit. Here are some simple tips to get your idea out there.
Alpselerator stories pt 2 - An interview with Ribot
In the middle of October 2015 we took 6 teams out to Morillon in the French Alps on an experiment to see whether the mountains could help us accelerate our ideas.
79 ways to pay
I noticed a while back that people tend to think there are only three options when it comes to pricing things like public workshops: a set fee, a donation or free. To prove a point, I wrote a list of 79 different ways of charging for a workshop.