…But it’s even harder to see unrealized potential in projects and entrepreneurs.
People turn to me when their group desperately needs to develop an iterative, entrepreneurial approach.
Because entrepreneurship education should not only inform but empower early-stage entrepreneurs with the competence to dive into the unknown with curiosity to make the world better.
Improv comedy, the skill of performative unscripted conversation, is all about creating something from nothing, pivoting and performing under pressure, and (usually) relying heavily on a team.
Nathan uses the similarities between improv, entrepreneurship, & communication to help participants become open to new ideas, and then teach them how to execute on those ideas through iterative thinking.
Nathan Minns empowers individuals to think like improvisers to learn to embrace the unexpected.
He has taught innovation strategy to the USA federal government, facilitated a 3-day startup event in the Kingdom of Bahrain, offered pitch coaching and early-stage entrepreneurship guidance globally, and facilitated events for diverse institutions.
He has extensive experience in the startup ecosystem, both as an employee and a 3x founder, and Nathan’s online web design courses have engaged 60,000+ students from 179 countries. In the corporate world, he’s pioneered startup initiatives for major corporations. In teaching communication, Nathan has been a paid actor for over 10 years, emceed National Speakers Association of Ohio events while serving on their board, instructed therapists in active listening, and earned the distinction of being the youngest board member at a youth leadership development nonprofit in 2017.
Now operating under "Nathan Minns," your trusted workshop facilitator. The same engaging experience as before.