Top Lessons from the 2017 SBE Academy

During the 2017 International Career Development Conference, many DECA members had the opportunity to participate in the School-based Enterprise (SBE) Academy.

This academy allows members and school store managers to learn new skills to implement in their school store.

This year the SBE Academy had a very inspiring speaker, Brayden Moreno, the founder of Robo3d.

Moreno had a lot to share with members and encouraged them to take notes.

These are some of the very important lessons I learned:

1. Take any opportunities you can get. Without being able to take risks, there is no chance of success

2. Utilize social media and websites such as Wix, Fiverr, and other platforms. Moreno highly emphasized receiving help of your ideas being created through the internet.

3. The more effort you put into things the higher chance of you persevering. Although you may fail at first, effort is key to success.

If you have the opportunity, I highly encourage any DECA members to attend the SBE Academy!

I would like to thank DECA for an unforgettable experience!

This article was written by An@heimLive Social Media team member, Tomi Aluko. You can follow Tomi on Twitter @tomialuks.

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