Entrepreneurship Center at Miller Campus, Inscription
Salt Lake Community College
1999; 2000; 2001; 2002; 2003; 2004
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The inscription on the exterior of the Entrepreneurship Center at Miller Campus. It reads: "This Campus Was Founded On The / Belief That The Preservation Of / The Principles Of A Free Enterprise / Society Lies In The Hands Of / ENTREPRENEURS. / An Entrepreneur Is Someone Who Understands: / 1. Hard work / 2. Risk and reward / 3. Supply and demand / 4. How to 'feel' a marketplace / 5. Overcoming fear of failure / 6. The principle of goal setting / 7. Having a vision of a project and being willing to go / forward with it even when no one else shares / the vision / 8. That it can indeed be lonely at the top, but goes / there anyway / 9. The relationship between freedom and free / enterprise / 10. That the place he lives and works should be better / when he left than when he came, because he was / there. / Larry H. & Gail Miller / Ps. The American Dream Is Alive And Well." Written on back: "Larry Miller Sign at the / Entrp. Center." No date could be found. Color photography.
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Original version: SLCC Physical Archives; Archival digital version: SLCC Digital Archives. IN COPYRIGHT.
TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner.