Although all startup founders of design driven startups are passionate - still ninety-two percent of them will fail within three years, according to...
Connecting people through conversations and resources serves as the catalyst to social change. The Pollination Project gives $1000 seed grants to grantees making a difference in the way that we talk about and address social matters, as well as how we allocate resources to the communities that need them most.
Twitter is in a state of crisis. The stock has tanked since co-founder Jack Dorsey returned as chief executive. Four of 10 top executives just left. With takeover rumors swirling Dorsey must think outside the box and reinvent the one-time darling of social media.
You fight to make a living everyday or die trying. So how do you make an impact on this world without having your name in lights?
The party was in full swing by the time my Uber driver pulled up to the non-descript Chicago supper club on West Kinzie Street, appropriately named Untitled. I shook off the sub-zero wind chill, eventually made it through the registration line.
At the last TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, the tech entrepreneur shares his lessons and insights on startups, strategy and what it means to live a good life.
One of the most powerful ways to build connection online is with a content strategy that is relatable, and builds trust and community.
I create my day every day by putting out to the universe what I want to embrace and receive in return. I have discovered that balance may be the most important thing that I want to embrace.
Personal brand is more than just a buzzword thrown around at career building workshops or a term you read about in a LinkedIn article during your job ...
I love networking -- because it gives us all an opportunity to meet interesting people, expand your circle and elevate professionally, but its all in how you build the relationship.
I have spent a lot of my life seeking shelter and refuge in my comfort zone. I resisted any situation that even remotely pushed me to its boundary, and certainly, anytime I found myself outside of it, I withdrew as quickly as possible.
During my 30-minute interview with Musk I asked him about three areas: How did growing up in South Africa affect his life, was his driving purpose what kept him afloat all these years, and what people helped him achieve his current success.
To hold a door open for someone, help another person or saying kind and nice words is quite unusual these days, especially in the dating world of Tinder and other dating apps, where to be an idiot seems to be a better idea than being a polite gentleman.
Little by little, the entire world showed up, and now, I've reconnected with practically every distant relative, friend I tried to ditch in the 90s and Grindr trick I ever met.
Many employers have made social network checks a standard part of the talent acquisition process. A 2015 Harris poll revealed that fifty-two percent of employers use social networking sites to screen job candidates during the hiring process.
Dubbed as "the largest professional network in the world," and rightfully so, LinkedIn is an ever-expanding, interactive social medium that serves its constituents in a variety of ways.