In looking to highlight the best entrepreneurship stories from around the world, we’d be remiss not to include great anecdotes and tips from our slightly southern neighbors in Palo Alto. In this video, Tina Seelig of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program discusses how to teach creativity — or otherwise convincing smart people to “jump off of perfectly good cliffs” and “take on problems that no one knows the answer to.” (Sounds a bit like the motivation behind Founder Labs, doesn’t it?)

Women 2.0 will be sharing some of our favorite eCorner videos in our In Conversation video catalog for aspiring entrepreneurs.

And while you may have heard “problems as opportunities” discussed before, it probably didn’t include words of wisdom from a neuroscientist/businesswoman using technology to solve the world’s problems.