Cutting edge traits to emulate
The (Everett) Herald
Both college graduates and small-business professionals may be unsure about what the future holds. But both can be proactive by thinking and acting like entrepreneurs. Earlier this month, Seattle-area entrepreneur Chase Frankin spoke to several hundred graduates at Western Washington University's fall commencement ceremony in Bellingham, which included the first group of students to graduate from WWU's weekend MBA program in Everett. (The program meets at the University Center at Everett Community College, and Juergen was part of the class.)
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This article was co-authored by Weekend MBA alumnus Juergen Kneifel, who graduated in 2011.