Read a book excerpt from Winning Lessons featured in The Review Journal

 

 

Read Jay's interview with Bruce Rosenstein, author, book editor of USA Today

" .....a brilliant thinker changing the world "

 

- John Nosta, Contributor,

Forbes

"A champion for entrepreneurs, Jay Maharjan's new "Winning Lessons for Entrepreneurs in the Conceptual Economy" is a must for everyone."

                             

- Jeffrey Hayzlett, Contributing editor,

Host of C-Suite, Bloomberg TV

"Jay's enthusiasm for using entrepreneurial stories as a means of inspiration... is infectious!  You'll not regret the time spent finding a catalyst for your business in these pages! "     

 

- Dave Courvoisier, Emmy Award Winning CBS TV anchor

 

 

See Jay Maharjan speak at  CES

“Winning Lessons” is innovation gospel.

 

 - Jeffrey Weber, Serial Entrepreneur, Author of From Idea to Exit

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"Immensely worth reading, especially for all of us, innovators-Glass thinkers and novelty entrepreneurs!"

 

- Dr. Rafael Grossman,

Trauma Surgeon, TED Speaker

" Thoroughly enjoyable read, definite recommend. 'Winning Lessons' offers readers fresh perspective on entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs from all walks of life, including medical innovators can benefit from the questions raised in this book."

 

- Robin Farmanfarmaian, Founding Executive Producer, FutureMed, President & Trustee, San Francisco Ballet

" Jay bridges the corporate and entrepreneurial worlds by introducing the new conceptual economy, which is set to consume all organizational growth.  If you’re not aware of this movement, you’re sure to be left behind.  “Winning Lessons” is innovation gospel. Organizations who fail to adopt a process to nurture innovation will find themselves wondering who their new competitors are that seemed to have emerged overnight."

 

 

Jeffrey Weber, Serial Entrepreneur & author of From Idea to Exit: The Entrepreneurial Journey

Listen to Jay's radio interview with Warren Whitlock

 

 

 

Jay Maharjan is an author, entrepreneur, policy adviser and a community leader. Maharjan served as a region champion and the state-wide leader for the White House initiative Startup America Partnership under the 44th President of the United States Barack Obama; and along the way, led the South West region - to contribute towards major business legislation of this generation, including the JOBS Act.

 

Inspired by his personal mentor Peter Drucker, Maharjan has dedicated his life to advocate for purposeful research, social entrepreneurship and community leadership. With a unique background in engineering, art, management and public policy, Maharjan is singularly qualified to lay out the clear challenges and opportunities that both entrepreneurs and the workforce will encounter in this new economy. Maharjan has received rave reviews for his first book. Maharjan continues to lend his expertise at major conventions and media outlets including CES, BBC, The LA Times, The Las Vegas Review Journal and Fast Company .

 

Jay Maharjan is a doctoral candidate in organizational change at the University of Southern California (USC). Maharjan holds a masters degreee in Public Policy Leadership (ML) with high honors from the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy. He received his undergraduate degree (BS) from Pittsburg State University (PSU). Maharjan was the recipient of the 2017 Dr. Kenneth K. Bateman Outstanding alumnus award from PSU.

 

 

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"Winning Lessons" is full of information to help you navigate the current economic business climate. If the climate were a horse, Maharjan's book is the reigns."

 

- Jeffrey Hayzlett, Contributing editor, Bloomberg TV

" In-fact, Jay Maharjan has studied under the finest business minds and at a very young age has built a room full of awards and achievements with expansion and continuum."

- Dennis R. Lane, Founder of Restaurant.com

"...and Jay Maharjan is stirring up entrepreneurship in Nevada. Read about Jay's newest thinking grounded in (Peter) Drucker."

 

- Dr. Andrea Goeglein, Author, TV Host

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