My guest today is Dr. Pamela Ellis. She conducts research into the areas of high school of college transition
Most company founding stories are boring. And that’s a shame. Because nobody ever quit their job and risked everything to start a new business for a boring reason. But if you read the company website
Every salesperson worth their salt does their best to get in front of the ultimate decision-maker. But we all know that’s not always possible.
If you’re curious whether you should stalk your kids online (spoiler: you should, at least for a while), this is the woman to ask.
I got a surprising email in April of last year. It was from a woman named Meg Gibbons at a publishing company called Sourcebooks.
Joshua Spodek has five Ivy League degrees, including a Ph.D. in physics and an MBA from Columbia, is a bestselling author, and a professor at NYU.
Software demos are broken, and everyone who sells software knows it. Greg Dickenson realized that when his boys came home from college for a visit. They needed to keep up with their online courses while they were home
When you’re trying to help your employees be more innovative, getting them to leave their office and do their work somewhere else might not be the first idea that comes to mind.
http://traffic.libsyn.com/leadwithastory/LWAS_107.mp3Podcast (lead-with-a-story-podcast-series): Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Android | RSSI’ve interviewed a number of people who’ve run multi-billion dollar companies. But this might be the first time I’ve interviewed someone who’s LOST a multi-billion dollar business. At the age of 26, and fresh out of Harvard Business School, Warwick Fairfax made a…
If you’ve ever tried to use Myers Briggs in your organization, you know the problem with it. It’s just too complicated. Most people can’t remember which of the 16 personality types they are