MLK’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail & Entrepreneurism
At EmoryDay, out team always admired Dr King’s contribution as an orator and civil rights activist.But we had not considered him in the context of business, until Russell C. Teter III shared with us a white paper by Bernette Henry and himself courtesy of the SBA and the University of MD.
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s greatest contributions come from his work as an orator, a civil rights activist, and his continued positive impact on society forty years after his death. However, generally speaking, his influence on humankind and our culture is much further reaching than at first glance.
Principles Of Entrepreneurism From Marin Luther King, Jr. examines Dr. King’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”, and shows how the principles he exhorts can be used to develop and sustain entrepreneurism.
This white paper teaches the following successful entrepreneurism strategies:
- “Opening the D.O.O.R.S to Success”
- Focus yourself by “P! lanning in Seclusion”
- Always “Build With Your Altitude in Mind.”
Like King’s strategies for desegregation in Birmingham and elsewhere, successful entrepreneurism also begins with a plan.