So you wanna be a boss. Netflix and chill will yourself to get off the couch already. How to Be a Boss (According to Your Favorite Shows) is your excuse to binge all the TV you want. It’s career inspiration, right? As for me, chain-watching teen dramas now qualifies as research to bring you this.
The Golden Tickets sent a nation of children into a frenzy, promising a rare peek behind the curtain at a mysterious candy factory where rivers are made of chocolate and sweets grow on trees. It’s a popular childhood fantasy, and, of course, it’s fiction. As kids, though, Brandon and Kaleena Morrison had their real-life Willy.
In Athens, young founders provide free mobile laundry services to many Greeks who are without homes. Meanwhile, in Toronto, an art program helps at-risk Canadian youths learn about photography. These are just some of the creative ways that founders of social enterprises and other ventures around the world are giving back and tackling a global issue:.
Studying prominent brands on Instagram can help merchants generate ideas for their own marketing campaigns. Here is a list of the top brands (excluding celebrities) on Instagram ranked by followers. The brands use behind-the-scenes and do-it-yourself content and inspiring images, as well as stories, contests and giveaways, shoppable images, and lots of videos. Instagram Instagram.
Look, I had big plans for today. “Are you still watching?” the screen asks after my sixth episode in a row of Animal Hoarders. It’s not my fault, of course—Netflix is designed to be binged. If there’s one skill I’m proud of, though, it’s my ability to justify anything (endorse me on LinkedIn?), and I’ll.
When the place we call home is also the place where we work and create, it defines us as much as we define it. Makers and founders everywhere are at the heart of the communities where they do business. This series, And Nowhere Else, examines the relationship between the places they live and what they choose.