This special event was about how we can manifest our great ideas
ChangeMakers 3.0 was a 2-part event designed to instill a creative, entrepreneurial mindset and inspire students to manifest their great ideas.
Presented by Maharishi University of Management (MUM) & David Lynch Foundation (DLF).
Were you not able to attend the ChangeMakers event in June? Well, now you can view the full event videos, followed by event highlights featuring individual talks of our various speakers.
Full event videos
Morning Event – Becoming a Transformative Entrepreneur
Three cutting-edge speakers — a business entrepreneur, an artist entrepreneur, and a social entrepreneur — explore the keys to transforming a great idea into entrepreneurial success. Video 1:35:00
Afternoon Event – Becoming A Big Fish: A Shark Tank-like Event
Modeled after the popular TV show “Shark Tank”, five student finalists pitch their best creative ideas to a panel of expert entrepreneurial judges, competing for cash prizes, scholarships, and top business feedback. Video 1:24:00
Rock Star Whisperer Speaks | Kathryn Frazier
Dubbed ‘The Rockstar Whisperer’ in an article by The Guardian, Kathryn Frazier relates her personal story of how she came from scrappy roots to build one of the most successful PR businesses in the music industry, representing such stars as Justin Bieber, Daft Punk, Lauryn Hill, Skrillex, and the Weeknd. While her job has long been to help artists achieve fame, her latest passion is helping her clients figure out how to deal with their sometimes overwhelming success. Confronted with the depression, anxiety, and addiction that many of her stars were experiencing, she became a life coach, counseling her clients on how to keep an even keel in the midst of fame. Frazier explores how she navigated her way through personal and professional growth while interweaving her PR and coaching businesses to become an entrepreneurial powerhouse.
Put a Shark in Your Tank | Kevin Harrington
As one of the original “sharks” on the hit TV show Shark Tank, Kevin Harrington has been one of the most visible business figures in the field of entrepreneurship. During his 40-year career, he is credited as the inventor of the Infomercial format, pioneered the “As Seen On TV” brand, and has developed over 500 products yielding $5 billion in global sales. The best-selling author of books on the entrepreneurial mindset – Act Now and Put a Shark in Your Tank –his current passion is to empower the next generation of entrepreneurs to greatness. Distilling the essence of his entrepreneurial success, his presentation explores his shift into digital marketing, serving as a call to action for viewers.
Your Money AND Your Life | Mar Michelle Häusler
Mar Häusler’s talk offers deep insights into the field of social entrepreneurship, especially in the area of our personal relationship with money. A former London financial trader, Ms. Häusler left the finance world on a quest to explore deeper, more humanitarian forms of economics and money. After completing her Master’s in Economics at Schumacher College in the UK, she relates how she journeyed to the jungles of Brazil, where she worked with local communities to develop INKIRI$, a currency that changed the way locals collaborate. This has evolved into her latest project – the Give & Take Lab – a gamified experience for students that uses Social Currency to empower individuals to tackle world sustainability issues. Her talk inspires us to envision how we can also become a “social consciousness transformer”.
High Concepts Down-to-Earth | Concept to Market Panel
The Concept to Market program (CTMI) is MUM’s signature program for rising entrepreneurs who want to manifest greater business success or make a difference in the world with their projects. CTMI director Cliff Rose is joined by two student graduates of the program, along with legendary copywriter/program mentor Joe Sugarman, for this panel discussion exploring how students learn the ropes on becoming successful entrepreneurs in this 4-month certificate program. Moderated by MUM alumnus Tal Ron.