This article is a continuation of the first part. You can read part I here. With those factors in mind, here are three ways that we can begin developing and generating ideas. 1. Discuss Ideas The first step is simple, but very often, difficult to do: discuss ideas. Discuss ideas with people, and we’ll begin…
I had always imagined that great business ideas would come spontaneously. If this was the case, learning to become a better innovator would be simpler. Yet, ideas are not arbitrary and often require a lot of work. This article discusses three barriers to idea development and how to avert them.
Stories of successful, talented young entrepreneurs are all over the web. Many of us have looked at these entrepreneurs and thought to ourselves, “I could have done the same thing.” How do they do it?
Al-Talib interviews Hamza Siddiqui, a spoken word artist, who is a Junior at the University of the Pacific. In this exclusive interview, Siddiqui performs two spoken word pieces, one of which has not been publicly performed yet.
Al-Talib interviews two Muslim students from UCLA on what they think of TLC’s show “All-American Muslim”.
Al-Talib interviews Yahya Fahimuddin, a recent graduate from UCLA, about his thoughts on the Muslim American experience in post 9/11 America.
One of the lessons of Dr. Habib Hamidi’s “Academic Analysis of Marriage” class,was surprisingly about managing my time. Before attending this class, I had completely underestimated its value; I’m not thinking of marriage, nor am I ready for marriage so I thought this class wasn’t for me. Itwasn’t until I went when I realized how applicable…