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Love Your Work is the intellectual playground of David Kadavy, bestselling author of three books – including Mind Management, Not Time Management – and former design advisor to Timeful – a Google-acquired productivity app. Love Your Work is where David shows you how to be productive when creativity matters, and make big breakthroughs happen in your career as a creator. Dig into the archives for insightful conversations with Dan Ariely, David Allen, Seth Godin, James Altucher, and many more. ...
 
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Bonnie Crater is an experienced B2B marketer and the CEO and President of Full Circle Insights. The company works with other businesses to get the most out of their Salesforce platform. She previously worked with Salesforce, Realization Technologies, and Genesys. Bonnie graduated from Princeton University with a degree in biology before pivoting to…
 
There are some invisible structures in language, and using them can be the difference between your message being forgotten or living through the ages. These are The Elements of Eloquence, which is the title of Mark Forsyth’s book. I first picked this up a couple years ago, and have read it several times since then. I think it’s one of the best writ…
 
Chris Hicken is a successful business leader with an emphasis on B2B software. He is the CEO and Co-founder of Nuffsaid, which uses AI technology to sift through hundreds of everyday tasks to promote the ones that move businesses forward. He spent eight years as the President and COO of UserTesting where he developed his expertise in user experienc…
 
In Trust Me, I’m Lying, Ryan Holiday reveals the media manipulation tactics he used as Marketing Director of American Apparel, and for his PR clients. Meanwhile, he exposes the inner workings of a modern media machine in which incentives make it impossible for the version of reality depicted in the media to come close to resembling the truth. I thi…
 
Chris Grey is an accomplished investor and the Co-founder and COO of CapLinked. His company provides secure virtual data rooms to help clients manage documents, perform due diligence, and handle contract negotiations. For over 10 years, he has managed over a billion dollars through his investments. Recently, Chris co-founded a blockchain company ca…
 
In 2018, Matthew Walker was on a media blitz, promoting his book, Why We Sleep. I was one of the many people who picked up the book. It slowly ruined my sleep. But recently, I fixed it. No, this is not a takedown Before I go further, this is not a “takedown” of Why We Sleep, like the one that’s been floating around. I’ve read that takedown, and I d…
 
Chad Reid is an experienced copywriter and communications expert. He is the current Vice President of Marketing and Communications at Jotform, an online form creator that offers a large variety of templates and features. Previously, Chad was a Technical Copywriter at PK Safety, a Contributing Writer at Metromix, and a Marketing Associate at Lincoln…
 
One thing I hear from a lot from readers of The Heart to Start, is that many people have no problem starting new projects. They instead struggle with finishing them. I can relate. Like many creative people, I once struggled to finish projects. I always had new ideas, I left books half-read, projects half-finished. I had done lots of creative work, …
 
Brad Schlachter is a digital marketer, advisor, and strategist for entertainment, media, and tech organizations. In addition to working as an independent consultant, he is the Head of Growth and Engagement at Simpler Media Group. His areas of expertise include traditional branding and performance marketing, particularly in new technology and media.…
 
What will the future look like? In his most recent November appearance on the Tim Ferriss Show, entrepreneur and investor Balaji Srinivasan presents a cohesive explanation of the current world, and plausible scenarios of how things will play out. I found Balaji’s theories so mesmerizing, I listened to the four-and-a-half-hour podcast several times,…
 
Carissa Reiniger is an entrepreneur with a passion for helping small businesses. Her sister companies, Small Biz Silver Lining and Silver Lining Finance, work with businesses to build their financial plans and help them grow sustainably. She has also stepped into an advisor role with AMP, an accelerator, technology studio, and community that seeks …
 
It seems even the most devout techno-utopiasts carry around a Moleskine notebook. They appreciate the way writing longhand on paper alters their thought processes. Yet the same people think writing on a typewriter is absurd, performative, pretentious, or a deliberate troll. Over the past year, I’ve grown to love writing on a typewriter. I didn’t wr…
 
Bill Cunningham is a sales leader with a forte in growth and scaling. He is the Chief Revenue Officer as well as the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for SiteSpect. SiteSpect delivers testing and personalization solutions to help digital businesses optimize the customer experience. They’ve worked for well-known names including Bed Bath & Beyon…
 
There’s a reason the expression, “unfinished business” has such provocative power. Unfinished projects stack up like skeletons in our cluttered mental closets. We know if we crack open that door, we’ll be reminded of our failed intentions, our foolish optimism, and our broken promises – to others and to ourselves. But unfinished business doesn’t ge…
 
Angela Hood is an entrepreneur who has built three different companies over the past 20 years. She is currently the Founder and CEO of ThisWay Global, an HR tech company that delivers unbiased candidate sourcing and matching for talent acquisition. Angela’s background is rooted in land development, and she previously founded the Texas A&M College o…
 
There’s something I want to talk about, but frankly, I’m a little embarrassed to do so. However, I write with my former self in mind, and my former self would want to know about this. So here I go. I want to talk about how to be somebody. What do I mean by “somebody?” To be somebody is to be known for your work. To have your name synonymous – or ev…
 
Jacques Botbol is an international marketer with an engineer’s mind and an entrepreneurial spirit. He is currently the VP of Marketing at Verbit, an innovative transcription and captioning solution with a guarantee of 99% accuracy. Jacques also has experience as the Head of Marketing and Strategy at Panorama Software and as a leader in the Business…
 
Systems save energy. Especially if the system helps you with something you do every day. This is why I have a system for cooking. When you’re hungry, you make bad decisions, such as grabbing the quickest food you can find – which often happens to be unhealthy food. My cooking system ensures I never have to think about what to eat, or how to prepare…
 
Vignesh Ravikumar is the Principal at Sierra Ventures, an early-stage venture firm that invests in impactful businesses with a focus on Next Generation Enterprise and Emerging Technologies. Vignesh specializes in investments in Enterprise and Vertical SaaS as well as Healthcare IT. His background is in M&A transactions for enterprise software compa…
 
Andrea Breanna is the Founder and CEO of RebelMouse, a content platform and creative agency that reaches 100 million people on a monthly basis. RebelMouse has helped launch some of the most impactful media companies from the past decade, including The Dodo and Axios. Before founding RebelMouse, Andrea was the CTO of HuffPost (formerly The Huffingto…
 
Many people think our hunter-gatherer ancestors lived short and miserable lives. In fact, that’s what most anthropologists thought. Until the 1960s, when they looked more closely at how foragers got by. The way foragers “worked” can tell us a lot about the way we, as creators, work. Farming gets a lot of output with little effort No one can be exac…
 
Rene de Jong is a global serial entrepreneur and angel investor. In 1986, he started his first business, don Quijote, which became the number one private organization for adult in-country Spanish language courses. He sold the company in 2005 and started as an investor for exciting new start-ups. He has previously worked as the CEO of Internet Advan…
 
In this episode... Leo Panian, Principal Engineer at Tipping Structural Engineers, offers insight into how his firm is able to attract and retain high quality engineers, including those engineers coming right out of school who tend to bounce from firm to firm. Episode highlights include: Benefits of investing in new hire training How to create a cu…
 
With experience at five different start-ups in 20 years, Raghav “Rags” Gupta is a knowledgeable entrepreneur and investor. Currently, he is the President of Butlr, an innovative sensing platform that uses body heat to detect occupancy and activity. He is also a Venture Partner at Hyperplane Venture Capital and a Board Member at Dvinci Energy. Rags …
 
When Michelangelo was painting the Sistine Chapel ceiling, he designed and built his own scaffolding. But, it only covered half of the ceiling. So he painted the first half of the ceiling, then removed the scaffolding. When he finally got to view his work from the floor, seventy feet below, it was as if he were seeing it with new eyes. After two ye…
 
Dan Balcauski is the Principal Consultant at Product Tranquility, a consulting firm that helps SaaS business leaders accelerate their product growth and increase customer loyalty. Dan is an expert in digital marketing and e-commerce with a specialization in pricing and product strategy. He is also the Program Leader for Kellogg’s Executive Educatio…
 
On October 10th, 1901 – 120 years ago, almost to the day – the grandstand was full at the horse track in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. But not to see horses. There was a parade of more than 100 of these new things called automobiles, and several other events, including races of automobiles with electric engines and with steam engines. But the main event…
 
Jeff Echols, of EntreArchitect, helps support small firm entrepreneur architects with free leadership and business education online. In April 2020, Jeff started a daily livestream show called Context & Clarity LIVE as a means for architects to connect and support each other through the COVID pandemic. He also hosts the Build Your Brand Podcast, a m…
 
Steven Hoffman is the Chairman and CEO of Founders Space, a startup accelerator that gives small businesses the tools they need to excel. The company was ranked as the #1 overseas startup accelerator by both Forbes and Entrepreneur magazines. Steven founded the business in 2010 with his own prior experience as the Founder and Chairman of the Produc…
 
Leonardo da Vinci is easily the most-accomplished procrastinator who ever lived. He finished hardly any projects at all. He was great at many things, but he wasn’t great at shipping. The world would have been better off if Leonardo da Vinci had treated shipping as a skill. Far be it for me to criticize anything Leonardo da Vinci did. Despite his re…
 
Charles Frydenborg is the CEO of MarketMuse, a company that utilizes AI to transform how companies research, plan, and optimize content. Before moving into his current position, he served as MarketMuse’s Chief Revenue Officer and Senior Vice President of Sales. He is also a member of Pavilion, which brings together the world’s fastest-growing leade…
 
Alejandro Rivas-Micoud is an international entrepreneur and the Founder and CEO of Userlytics. He founded Userlytics back in 2009 to provide a remote testing platform for brands looking to optimize their user experience. Since then, the company has helped thousands of businesses, including Microsoft, Google, Coca-Cola, and American Airlines. Alejan…
 
1920s, London. Radclyffe Hall was pacing around her study. She wore close-cropped hair, a tweed skirt, and a man’s silk smoking jacket and tie. Her partner, Uma Troubridge, sat in a nearby chair, reading the writing of Radclyffe – or “John,” as she preferred to be called. But just as Uma’s voice wavered a bit, John grabbed the papers from her hand,…
 
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