Achievements Lifestyle

Journaling Your Future

Why is it that we tend to journal our past and present, but not our future? One might argue that it’s because the future hasn’t ‘happened’ yet. What are we doing though in the present? Aren’t we, in effect, creating our future?   There is a powerful practice in journaling your future as if it

Health Lifestyle Productivity

Lunch and Learn with John Vitale

John Vitale is the founder of Focus at Will Labs, which helps individuals focus on productivity. His vast background in music and tech allows Focus at Will to succeed as a business. Questions Asked: How did you get into the productivity space? (1:01) What’s up next for Focus At Will Labs? (2:53) What are a

Advice Lifestyle

Living a Level 10 Life

How would you rate your life? Are you truly happy or are you pretending you are more satisfied than you are? Most of us tend to pretend everything is ‘OK’, while we feel resigned that life is ‘fine’ and is as good as it gets. I’m here to tell you that is a load of

Advice Lifestyle Productivity

Visualizing Your Success and Living Into It

What do you want for your life? I mean really, really want, without consideration for it being too ‘lofty’ of a goal or too ‘unattainable’? Many of us either compromise our goals because we feel like we need to prove something or take multiple steps before we can actually go after our REAL goal; when,

Hospitality Travel

Airbnb vs Hotel

Have you ever assigned your team to an event or conference and not known where to house all of you? Well, there are a couple options that cross my mind: Airbnb or a hotel. So, i’ve used lots of options for places to stay during travel, and nothing has impressed me more than Airbnb. Why

Apps & Sites Travel

Seven Travel Technology Trends Every Startup Should Watch

Technology is moving at a much faster pace than ever before. The process of digital transformation is no longer a business initiative but rather a business imperative. In order to keep up with the emerging digital transformation economy, each growing company must become a digital nativein the way the executives and employees of the enterprise

Hospitality Lifestyle Travel Women Entrepreneurs

JOZU for Women

Women everywhere- HOT NEWS! Sorry men, but this app is specialized for women who love to travel! JOZU for women is an amazing travel companion. As a woman, we want to explore and travel but we don’t want to be worried about where are staying. We don’t want to feel unsafe in a city that

Advice Lifestyle

Austin’s Best Place to Live (if you want to network)

“This day turned out dramatically different than I anticipated, I started the day thinking I was going to catch a coffee with my ex girlfriend, and now I am debating distributing Mezcal in London, I want to open up a Nandos in the States, I have a manufacturer connection in China and I’ve met a

Health Productivity

Lunch and Learn with Parveen Panwar

Parveen Panwar is the CEO at VIDAPTIV, an agency that helps brands engage users through actionable and interactive videos. His focus is online advertising and ad tech technology. He has created digital strategies for video branding campaigns and made them successful through distribution plans in the digital landscape. He has started the Activation Movement, created

Apps & Sites Health

Lunch and Learn- Freddy Del Barrio

Freddy Del Barrio is the President and CEO of Campus Watch, an app that creates a safer environment for college campuses. At only 22 years old Del Barrio is capturing the essence of an entrepreneur with decades of experience.   Questions Asked: How did you first get started in entrepreneurship? (3:20) What are your tips

Advice Hospitality

Lunch and Learn – Arel Moodie

Arel Moodie is an entrepreneur, author and speaker on likability, leadership and success. He is the founder of the College Success Program, The PlaceFinder, former partner of Empact, and host of the podcast The Art of Likability. Questions Asked: Do you have any routine that you do before you go up on stage? (4:28) Who

Culture Health

Staying Grounded in the Chaos of Entrepreneurship

When I first decided that I was going to build an empire, the last thing I thought about was how I would stay grounded and true to my soul during the process.  I set out to follow a mission and passion close to my heart and assured myself that the rest would fall into place.

Culture Health

Lunch and Learn with Cam Kashani

Cam Kashani, also known as the Godmother of Silicon Beach, is an entrepreneur, speaker, and US State Department representative. She is the creator of CoAccel, which is the first ever human accelerator designed to build powerful and mindful leaders.   Questions Asked: How has Silicon Beach changed since you help create the movement? (2:55) What

Lifestyle Travel

90 Days In Egypt Taught Me It’s Youngry

For the last three months, I’ve had the opportunity to be on assignment, through Uber, in Cairo, Egypt. Over these last ~90 days I’ve made a lot of observations that show me that Egypt, until recently an economic powerhouse in Africa, embodies the Youngry mentality. 1. Egypt is young AF In a country of almost

Advice Health

Is Your Marriage to An Entrepreneur Doomed? – Entrepreneur.com

Author: Darrah Brunstein Today’s current 50 percent divorce rate is evidence enough that marriage is challenging. But, what if you impose an extra challenge on top of that? How does having one or both partners be entrepreneurs impact the likelihood for marital success? To find the answer, I spoke with Trisha Harp, founder of the

Hospitality Travel

10 Reasons To Consider the Southeast for a Startup or Investment Location

I’m a three-time company founder, based in Atlanta, a city where I intentionally chose to start my companies, as opposed to some of the more popular startup hubs. After attending 36I86 in Nashville, a conference (named for its map coordinates) for Southeastern-based entrepreneurs and investors, I realized, again, why my choice was sound. I also recognized, though, how little

Art Culture

6 Tips From the Improv Stage You Can Apply to Your Business

The entrepreneurial journey is ripe with experiences that make you uncomfortable and, at times, even embarrassed. If this is you, here’s something to try: Bring your team (or just yourself) to an improv comedy class. Seriously! I’ve taken a couple of these, and each time I walk away, I recognize some key correlations between the

Culture Travel

7 Companies Empowering You to Give Gifts That Give Back

Holiday gift giving can be both stressful and unfulfilling. Checking boxes off of people’s wish lists may not be your ideal way to spend your hard-earned dollars. Instead, perhaps consider supporting other entrepreneurs who are not only offering cool products that your friends and family may love, but better yet, your purchases also help to

Culture Travel

How Cultural Momentum Can Kickstart Your Business

When launching a new business, you have enough stacked against you. The statistics say most startups are likely to fail. You’ll never have enough capital, time or energy. Getting investors and customers is hard. But there’s one way to help improve your chances: latching onto a trend that’s already happening. You may have an amazing new product or

Politics

There’s No Money in Objectivity

Last night President Trump turned massive attention to NBC and Chuck Todd as he demanded – through his personal Twitter – that the station stop covering the Russia story and instead focus on the surveillance scandal (which members of his own team have already  debunked). Now, a weekly news show that averages around 3 million

Food Health Lifestyle Productivity

Day 25 of the No Sugar Challenge

Not sure if you tuned in for week 1 of the no sugar challenge but Bridget was out on day 2. 25 days have gone by and I still haven’t eaten sugar. This brings me back to the point of what does not eating sugar even mean? Basically it means no processed sugars, or sweets