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Why Building Community is Essential

August 21, 2019

POSTED IN:Entrepreneurship

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You are the product of the five people you spend the most time with. What is your community predicting about your success?

Taming the Dog Days: Summer Productivity

August 7, 2019

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It’s summertime and it can be challenging to maintain some summer productivity because – well, it’s hot. In fact, it’s so hot that it can literally feel like the only options you have to keep from melting are: jump in some sort of body of water, find a fan and lie down (preferably a cold drink in hand), forego all responsibilities so that you can kick back with friends and let the hours drift away.

December Already?!

December 11, 2017

POSTED IN:Entrepreneurship

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I’m sure I’m not the only one saying this today. Where did the year go? It feels like it was just a few weeks ago I was freezing my butt off in NYC wondering what in the world was happening to my girl Mariah Carey and trying to watch that darn ball drop to ring […]

The Notepad You Will Keep

November 24, 2016

POSTED IN:Entrepreneurship

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When Google Keep was launched, it didn’t get the proper hype it deserves. It was wrongfully compared to Microsoft’s OneNote. It’s like comparing an apple to an orange. Worse, Keep was deemed the underdog. So, if Keep isn’t just a lesser version of OneNote, what is it then? In this day and age, bringing pen […]

Ideas & Cocktails

November 22, 2016

POSTED IN:Entrepreneurship

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I consider myself an accidental entrepreneur. All I really wanted to do was live life passionately. I wanted my life to be about my work and my work to be about my life. Less than a year into my first “adult” job, I knew that what I was in search of would not be found […]