Belonging may seem like an abstract concept for business, but look at brands like Harley and Apple. People wait in lines for the newest products, have meetups, swap stories, and even have special hand signals when they see each other on the road (for Harley riders only). They are part of communities. This is important…
Sometimes a good cause isn’t enough. In this episode we’ll hear stories from two social entrepreneurs – Laura D’Asaro, co-founder of Chirps and Jenny Costa, founder of Rubies in the Rubble – who built brands that offered more than a mission. Credits: Josh Harlan – Intro Jingle jahzzar – CC BY-SA 4.0 What 2 Scenes…
“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.” -Harriet Tubman Are you a changemaker? Listen to the trailer, subscribe on iTunes, and look for the first episode!
When we compare two things – one right after the other – we are hardwired to respond in a different way than if we see them on their own. And it’s this idea that can help us to build empathy and move people to take action.
Regular practices and common beliefs may be hiding what’s really true. Take time to look deeper and discover more possibilities.
Deliver something good, not perfect. Find your Aunt Linda.
Part of Richard Branson’s success is knowing where he’s strong and where he’s weak. Here’s a link to the full TED Talk with Richard Branson.