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B Corps and Social Good

Profit is no longer the sole driving force for many corporations. Over the last twenty years, B Corporations — or simply, “B Corps” — have

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Actor, comedian, game show host, voice-over artist, talent judge, and podcaster—is there anything that Howie Mandel can’t do? Most people might know Mandel as one

B Corps and Social Good

Profit is no longer the sole driving force for many corporations. Over the last twenty years, B Corporations — or simply, “B Corps” — have grown from less than 100 in the late aughts to more than 4,065 Certified B

Howie Mandel

Actor, comedian, game show host, voice-over artist, talent judge, and podcaster—is there anything that Howie Mandel can’t do? Most people might know Mandel as one

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The Rise of Gen Z Angel Investors

There has been a recent rise in Gen Z angel investors, undoubtedly thanks to the internet, the proliferation of information, and the push towards transparency

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Why Overwork Doesn’t Work

Are you overworked? Do you believe there is no such thing? It’s reasonable, as a manager, to expect your team to be dedicated to their

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Isadore Sharp: Insight from a Hotel Mogul

  Isadore Sharp is founder (and current chairman) of the Four Seasons Hotels chain, now located in 33 countries, with 99 hotels – and another 70 to be built. Condé Nast Traveler ranks 18 Four Seasons hotels in its worldwide “Top 100” list, more than three times the next most cited chain. Four Seasons has been named one of the

The Streaming Revolution

  Back in the early 1980s, Time magazine ran an article about how (then) newly-launched MTV was changing the entertainment landscape. The article began with a discussion overheard between two kids on a New York City subway, one kid asked the other “Have you seen the new Michael Jackson song?” It spoke to a paradigm shift that was, at the

6 Practices That Will Help You Find Your Next Business

  You’ve been waiting for years for a brilliant business idea to come to you, but with no luck. Your creative muse seems to have gone on a permanent vacation and you’re frantic to get it back. Relax; it could be your perfectionism that’s keeping your great ideas away. Creativity has a bias towards positivity, openness, and action, so don’t

Roxane Gay: Writing for a Better, More Inclusive World

  We all could learn a thing or two from Roxane Gay. She’s an outspoken, queer-black-female-fat activist and author of several best-sellers, including Difficult Women, Hunger, and co-author of a Black Panther series for Marvel Comics, World of Wakanda. As her book of the same name will tell you, Gay is a Bad Feminist and wants you to know it’s

Paula Morand: Bold Courage, Bold Vision

Paula Morand is an award-winning keynote speaker, author, and visionary. An entrepreneur herself, Paula has brought her wisdom, wit, and energy to bear in her more than two decades of experience. Morand has ignited individuals, organizations, and communities to lead change, growth, and impact, and to reach for success. She was previously featured in The Edge where she discussed her

Establishing a Charitable Organization for Your Business

  Setting up a charity makes good business sense. While many business owners and entrepreneurs often make charitable contributions throughout the year, setting up your own unique charity is an option that shouldn’t be overlooked. Not only can your charity make a difference for those in need, it can also heighten the profile of your business and contribute to additional

Breaking the Perception: Why You Should Hire Millennials

  Older generations have always been critical of the younger ones. From Socrates referring to youths as “bad-mannered tyrants with a lack of respect for their elders” to current young people being blamed for killing countless industries – the toxicity is real. The current generation receiving the criticism flack is the “millennial,” currently between 21 and 37 years of age.

The End of 9 to 5? How Work Schedules are Changing

  Wake up, arrive at the office for 9am, stay until 5pm, go home, have dinner, and then go straight to bed. Maybe you spend some time with your family or watch TV in between. Now, do this four more times with only two days of rest – and repeat this cycle for the rest of your life. Is the

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Is Urban Living a Pipe Dream?

  Every generation seems to travel down the same path, motivated by the same desire. For many raised in suburban or rural areas, migration to

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