Book Review – Tashi Wangdi

The author of this book, Tina Seelig, executive director of the entrepreneurship center at Stanford’s School of Engineering. She is one of the most creative and inspiring teachers at Standford. Seelig is a wildly popular and award-winning teacher and in What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20 she shares with us what she offers her students –provocative stories, inspiring advice, and a big dose of humility and humor.

Through various captivating examples and exercise it gives us permission to challenge assumptions, to look at the work with fresh eyes, to experiment, to fail, to plot your own course and to trust the limits of your abilities.

In What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20 the author shares with us what she offers her students—provocative stories, inspiring advice, and exercises. This book gives us the ability to look at problems from various perspectives and how most problems are remarkable opportunities in disguise.

Every problems in our community are opportunities and problem solving should be used daily. she help us embrace failure, and that failure is a part of learning. If we are not failing, maybe we are not taking enough risk.

I would especially recommend teachers and aspiring entrepreneur to read this book as they make the difficult transition from the academic environment to professional world-providing tangible skills and insight that will last a lifetime. It provides us with captivating examples or exercise that students to spot opportunities, be creative in developing their solution, challenge assumptions and achieve unprecedented success.

October 9th, 2019 by