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  1. 1. WEB SUMMIT Connecting Young People With The Resources To Thrive Taking A Group To The Next Level SPONSORS & ASSOCIATES:
  2. 2. CONTENTS • What’s good enough: Postponing perfection • Thinking Like A Startup: MVP • Planning Ahead • Providing a service • Getting political • Shaping culture • Arguing the case: applications and reports
  3. 3. What’s good enough? Question 1: Are you a perfectionist? Question 2: Are you an idealist? A cautionary note…
  4. 4. What’s good enough? “Perfection of means and confusion of ends seem to characterize our age” – Albert Einstein Know what we’re trying to do - Less panic & doubt! Example: Leeds University, Pizza and Film night.
  5. 5. Thinking Like A Startup From Group to Startup. ‘MVP’ & ‘Feature Creep’ Finding your niche. Marketing concept.
  6. 6. Planning Ahead Thinking beyond your own term. Step back. Look 10 years ahead… Konosuke Matsushita. Founder of Panasonic. 250 Year Plan.
  7. 7. Providing a service A service to students, a service to the university. Advising existing services, signposting to them, lobbying on their behalf, promoting wellbeing tools and resources, complementing what already exists. Recognition as a student-led service. First assess their needs. Then propose a method. Then over-deliver.
  8. 8. Getting political All groups are associated with their student union. This means they have an opportunity to influence the way the union works, and take a stand for changes in policy. More funding? Different method? Branding? “Politics is the art of controlling your environment” – Hunter S Thompson.
  9. 9. Shaping culture Changing attitudes. Capturing imagination. Getting involved with student media. …and social media.
  10. 10. Arguing the case There is funding out there. There are people who want to help. It’s about good arguments. Sometimes it’s just about asking.
  11. 11. Links Unltd Funding http://www.unltd.org.uk / http://www.liveunltd.com The National Student http://www.thenationalstudent.com/ The Student Room http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/ The Charlie Waller Trust http://cwmt.org The Matthew Elvidge Trust http://thematthewelvidgetrust.com Mental Wealth UK resources http://mentalwealthuk.com/resources
  12. 12. Mental Wealth Foundation © 2012

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