Dr. Dragos Bratasanu, Sunday, 12-20-15 December 21, 2015Posted by The Space Show in Uncategorized.
Tags: "The Amazing You" movie, "The Pursuit Of Dreams, commercial space, Dr. Dragos Bratasanu, entrepreneurial inspiration, job and work satisfaction, multi-culturalism, NASA, risk taking, space as an inspirational tool, start-up businesses, STEM
Dr. Dragos Bratasanu, Sunday, 12-20-15
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We welcomed Dr. Drago Bratasanu back to the show to talk about his global inspirational program, “The Pursuit Of Dreams” and his award winning and inspiring film, “The Amazing You.” for more information and to download the film per our discussion, visit his website, www.drdragosb.com. During the first segment of our 1 hour 25 minute program, Dragos described his program and his target age groups. He explained why he left his aerospace job to undertake this program because he saw the need for inspiring young people to pursue their dreams and take risks to start their own business. Given his background in aerospace, using NASA and space professionals in his film to inspire and motivate was a natural for him. Since Dragos presents his program in various countries and the film is available in many languages, we talked about cultural differences, similarities, universal likes and dislikes. During this segment, he talked about some of the tools he used in his film and his presentation such as virtual reality. He took listener questions including one from a listener starting up a special type of cubesat company. Here, we talked about the usual business concerns including market timing, marketing, financial issues, government regulation, and management. Notice how Dragos integrated these issues into his presentation so that they become relevant in his program & to his film.
In the second segment, Dragos talked more about his actual program, “The Pursuit of Dreams.” We talked about his online course which you can access through his website. John from Ft. Worth called to discuss risk taking, motivation, inspiration and the population in general given what he referred to as challenges that are actually lowering the standard of living for people using the U.S. as an example. He suggested this makes it harder for people to start their own business. Don’t miss how Dragos responded to John’s comments. Dragos later pointed out that the path talked about in his film and his program involves hard work. Both Dragos and I used the music industry as an example given that so many famous artists spent years learning and being trained in classical music despite what they do in music today. Later, Dragos was asked if he had many opportunities to directly talk & work with teen agers. You might be surprised by what he said in response to this question. He was also asked if he had favorite countries or found cultural differences in response to his film and program or the use of NASA. One of the surprising things he said was that the US was probably the country with the least favorable response to NASA. Don’t miss his concluding comments.
Please post your questions/comments on TSS blog above. You can reach Drago through his website or me.