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The Event Strategy Jason Cohen has a great post on unfair advantages. One of Cohen’s differentiators — personal authority — is the most useful to first- and second-time entrepreneurs. So the question arises: how do you build strong and scalable personal authority? I’ve heard blogging come up often, but I don’t think this is the way to go for most people. Events are different — when you run an event, you’re in front of the crowd. Starting an event series is daunting, but it’s actually quite a bit easier than it seems. 1) Pick a topic. 2) Build your promotional tools. 3) Find content. 4) Find 2-3 solid venues. 5) Make sure you have great attendees. 6) Play up your social benefit to maintain great content. 7) Leverage your membership to run events for you. The last point is especially critical — events die when organizers feel the need to exert too much control and burn themselves out.
Qwotebook MBAdventure Hell Week has come to Harvard. I’ve heard whisperings of this infamous event ever since my first day on campus, and now that it is here I can confirm that it is, in fact, just as scary as it sounds. Hell Week (or, “recruitment week”, as the HBS administration sugarcoats calls it) is the week that tons of companies come to campus to interview students for summer internships. This is when the biggies are here - your consulting firms, investment banks, hedge funds, major consumer goods companies, tech companies, etc., and students pretty much run around like crazy people in suits trying to get the perfect internship. I’ve observed a variety of Hell Weekers, and have identified several different breeds in their natural habitats: The Consultants: Probably the most high strung of all of the Hell Weekers. The Consumer Packaged Goods Peeps: These bright young stars are the future managers of some of your favorite household brands, and are both quantitatively savvy as well as very creative.