Do you have an idea that you have been desperate to implement? Have you done a prototype or a pilot run for it? Is it fulfilling any social or environmental need and holds significant impact? If yes, your are almost eligible to apply for the 2nd batch of The Unreasonable Institute. Quickly check out the Eligibility Criteria.
Don’t want to be labeled as “Unreasonable”? Does it sound a bit awkward? Well believe me, you will be struggling hard to get yourself called “The Unreasonable Fellow”, once you understand what The Unreasonable Institute can do for you. You can fly, and fly high while making your ideas/ventures a growing reality. All you need to do is to Apply.
Want to know more about what TUI is all about? Well they claim they accelerate the world’s most unreasonable entrepreneurs. I will add: they will give you a roller coaster ride to practice your entrepreneurial skills even before you get selected. That’s a personal experience of an Unreasonable Finalist who was NOT selected as a fellow. The Unreasonable Fellows can add 100 times more to it who actually attended the institute.
It’s official, the Unreasonable Institute is on the search for the most brilliant, innovative, and ambitious early stage high-impact entrepreneurs in the world! Those who will be remembered by future generations as having defined progress in our time.
The second Annual Unreasonable Institute will unite 25 exceptional early-stage entrepreneurs for 8 weeks in the summer of 2011 in the beautiful, entrepreneurial city of Boulder, Colorado. Over the course of the Institute, Unreasonable Fellows will work and live with 60 world-class mentors, pitch their ventures to investors in five entrepreneurial meccas across the United States, learn from premier consulting organizations, and gain unprecedented levels of international exposure.
I will end with what they end – usually: “The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable persists in adapting the world to himself. Therefore, all progress depends on the unreasonable man (& woman).” – George Bernard Shaw