Will   Hallock   ’14

Will Hallock ’14

Brand Specialist at Amazon

“At Babson, we're taught to think big.”
Current Location
Washington, United States
Class Year
Corporate Entrepreneurship
Consumer Products – Retail

What Words Have Changed Your Life?

“Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson

A firm believer in the necessity of living through experience, I seek to constantly explore and learn from my surroundings. Fittingly, I attempt to extract as much knowledge from each of my experiences in life. My experiences at Babson have allowed me to explore what I'm passionate about and developing long-lasting relationships along the way.

How Do You Want To Change the World?

At Babson, we're taught to think big. I want to make a difference in the business world so that we can break through existing stereotypes and embrace the diversity that our world has to offer.

Why Does the World Need More Leaders with an Entrepreneurial Mindset?

Some of the biggest problems we face today are issues that are manifested within societal constructs. These are issues that we have faced for years, and traditional thinking has not sufficed for an effective solution. This is why Babson is so special; Babson fosters innovative and entrepreneurial thinking so that its graduates can approach problem solving in an entirely different way. It is exactly this type of thinking which can begin to tackle some of these problems that we've faced for so many years.

What Do Others Need to Know about Babson?

Babson is changing the way that businessmen and businesswomen think. In an increasingly connected world, businesspeople must not solely think about the economic impact of business decisions but also the social, cultural, and political ramifications. Babson's unique approach toward entrepreneurship addresses these distinct areas.

How Do You Define Entrepreneurship?

Entrepreneurship is a mindset, a way of thinking. Entrepreneurship is about embracing challenges as a way to learn and approaching problems as opportunities to make a social or economic impact. Entrepreneurship is about calculated risk, understanding the resources available, and measuring the impact delivered. Entrepreneurship is not being afraid to learn from failure.

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