Innovation leans towards being unconventional, which is what Eli Luberoff’s education was. Rather than letting others dictate what he had to learn, he took his education into his own hands and focused on the subjects and parts of learning that really mattered to him. Although he was a high school dropout, he did not spend his time idly and learned coding, programming, web design, and entrepreneurship. Initially, building the best graphing calculator was done for practical purposes (i.e., to help with tutoring his students); however, Luberoff had the insight and ambition to develop his ideas further and build a team to support the capacity and creativity that is the Desmos online graphing calculator and math activity builder today. He demonstrates the collaborative spirit required of entrepreneurs, particularly start-ups, by noticing a good idea when he sees one and eliciting support from people who can understand and fulfill the needs of their target users – teachers and students. Eli Luberoff is an example of how entrepreneurship often stems from the unconventional.