Class Office Hours are on Mondays from 11:15AM to 1:15PM in Statler Lounge with Wendy Yu and Tuesdays from 10AM to 1PM in Statler Lounge with Jennie Blumenfeld. Stop by with questions about class or help on assignments.
— Lead TA Team
Introduce yourself to someone new. What is your Dream in Progress (DIP)? Create a representation of it out of playdoh, staying flexible as you receive feedback and questions on your DIP.
— Reflection Prompt to Build Community through Active Learning
CWE Spring 2019 Flyer with Professor Olsen at Cornell University
Turn to someone new. What lessons did you take from Ian Ford’s lecture?
— Reflection Prompt to Build Community
Thank you notes create make a difference moments for your 86,400 journey
— Make a Difference Motivation
Think Global
Comfort Zone
Hotelies for Life
Have you ever questioned reality?
Sometimes following your heart means losing your mind.
Making a way out of no way.
Seed the Bloom Olsen
Red to Yellow
61 years
Building a sense of home.
Innovation Barn
It's all about the journey!
Rambo and Buddy Grunder Say Cheers to the USA
What is one thing you are walking away with this semester? What is one item for your suitcase forward for the entrepreneurial journey?
— Closing Prompt
Capture the moment.
— Active Learning to Build Community
Make a difference on every step of the journey!
— Challenge for Class

Introduce yourself to someone new. What is your Dream In Progress (DIP)? Who is on your Entrepreneurial Advisory Board to help support your DIP?
— Reflection Prompt to Build Community

Readings/Websites/Action Items for Review for Class with Alex Miranda


Introduce yourself to someone new. What lessons did you take from the guest lecture by Alex?
— Reflection Prompt to Build Community

Readings/Websites/Action Items for Review for Class with Ian Ford


Introduce yourself to someone new. What lessons did you take from Sarah’s lecture last week? Revisit your Really Big Idea. After a week of thought, what updates would you make?
— Reflection Prompt to Build Community
Pour a toast. What value did you take from the Zoom with Adam?
— Reflection Prompt to Build Community

Introduce yourself to someone new. What value did you take from Vini Trambadia’s lecture? Where did you see entrepreneurship on spring break? What reflections did you have from the questions on the bottom of the Wheel of Life Diagram?
— Reflection Prompt to Build Community
Pitch your Really Big Idea to your neighbor in 60 seconds. What items did you have? What did you create? What value does your creation provide?
— Active Learning to Build Community
Five presentations for MAD Money Investing. Who would you invest in and why?
— Active Learning to Build Community

Readings/Websites for Review for Class with for Sarah Weingarten

1) Company Website at http://www.happyspaces-us.com/about/

2) Sarah LinkedIn Profile at https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahweingarten.

3) 10 Times to Hire a Professional Organizer at https://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/116764966?utm_source=Houzz&utm_campaign=u9793&utm_medium=email&utm_content=gallery4_6&newsletterId=9793&fbclid=IwAR3z_o8IpMrxVL19wcTlTYMlDEnYn1fWKgqWNN0D0VWq5lDNDxNqVWBxJs0.

4) The Unbearable Heaviness of clutter at https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/03/well/mind/clutter-stress-procrastination-psychology.html?fbclid=IwAR2OuXwOdcJVNeMq_7yTHBMS1fw1M9ZIt7KOeobGcYEpGyeQnhJO9P7bx7E.

5) How to Break a Bad Habit and Replace it with a Good One at https://jamesclear.com/how-to-break-a-bad-habit.

6) Continue work on your RAB submission.

7) Start Extra Credit Opportunities.

8) Learn the words to the Cornell Alma Mater as we welcome a hotelie back to campus.

Introduce yourself to someone new. What is one item of value that you took from Sarah’s presentation?
— Reflection to Build Community

Readings/Websites for Review for Adam Glickman

1) Scroll through the presentation by Adam (look at slides/branding/layout) at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9HRA1CSBRI.

2) Review the two slides at https://www.slideshare.net/AdamGlickman6/parallax-hospitality-overview.

3) RAB is due by NOON on Thursday, April 11, 2019 to Blackboard.

4) Take advantage of extra credit opportunities.

5) Read article at https://www.blla.org/deliver-wellness-think-outside-box-adam-glickman/.

6) Read articles at https://togo.hotelbusiness.com/article/wellness-roi-define-target-guest-differentiate-hotel/.

7) Review the one page Resume provided in class created by Adam.


Take out your Gallup BP10 Commitment Card and meet someone know. Share your commitment and action step. Then, explain what you think of Deepak Chopra’s commitment to reset on Sunday. Do you think this is important for an entrepreneurial lifestyle? Why or why not?
— Community Building Prompt to Encourage Reflection
Introduce yourself to someone new. Share your wheel of life diagram and discuss what elements you believe are important in an entrepreneurial lifestyle.
— Reflection Prompt to Build Community
Introduce yourself to someone new. What value did you take from Vini’s presentation?
— Reflection Prompt for Active Learning
What is one statement of value that you took from tonight’s class?
— Connection Prompt to Encourage Reflection

Welcome to those who are new and those who missed last week. Introduce yourself to the class: What is your name, what school are you in/what year, what is your Gallup BP10 role?
— Active-Learning Prompt to Build Community
Gallup BP10 Definitions.jpg
You were asked to read several articles on Sinead and you watched the promo video for the most recent WAYE Talk on The Future with Artificial Intelligence. You have now been placed on a team and will have the opportunity to compile a 90 second pitch to Sinead. Sinead is looking for a winning team to help her research and lead a future WAYE Talk on ‘How will AI change the hospitality workforce?’ In the 90 second pitch, you must highlight why your team is setup with the appropriate talents, background, experiences, and interests to be selected to partner with Sinead on the project forward. You must also include a minimum of one application of AI in the hospitality industry as an example.
— Active Learning to Build Community
Welcome Sinead Bovell to HADM 3135/6135: Conversations with Entrepreneurs at Cornell University!
— March 20, 2019
Let’s capture the moment before we make a difference this week.
— Community Building

Meet someone new. Introduce yourself. Where do you consider home? What type of entrepreneurship have you seen at ‘home’?
— Reflection Prompt that Drives Connection
Swap resumes with someone new. Put on your entrepreneur hat. Provide a minimum of five elements of feedback—what is done well? What could be improved? What is entrepreneurial about the resume? Why?
— Active Learning that Drives Connection
Create something that you can sell to the current class out of the resources provided. Use the Idea Napkin to come up with a pitch to present to the class.
— Active Learning Prompt
What is one item of value are walking away with as we start the semester?
— Reflection Prompt that Builds Community