Alumnus

SERKAN PULAT


İstanbul

When you start planning the idea you have been dreaming of, the greatest challenge you come across is lacking the energy to make it real.  The greatest challenge of startups is the failure of an idea in meeting the basic user needs and in presenting it in the simplest way.
As a part of a team and a prospective entrepreneur what I don’t like the most is to mismanage the enterprise process with a team composed of very few people and a limited budget. Therefore, I can say I have a great hunger for any kind of information that will help improve our enterprise. When I came across the Entrepreneurial Warrior training that I describe as different, it didn’t take me long to decide. When I looked at the program content in the website, I got excited when thinking how it could contribute to me. Especially, the fact that people's mental and physical development are paid more importance than the projects, and what’s more important, the fact that there are invaluable mentors contributing to the participants during and after the training take the impact the training has on you to the level of “too good to be true.”
It is a process in which you have to make decisions among many uncertainties.
I shared unforgettable moments, my good friends...
Coaches who peg away without stopping and sleeping for your development...
Mentors, each more valuable than the other...
Baris GURKAS you wish had one more class...
Eighty different practices...
This is when you say “Get outa here, we won’t be doing it” and feel you have gone dozens of steps further when you finish it...  
Entrepreneurial Warrior Program...
I thank everyone for their contributions!