Author: Adam

Interview with Rachel Renock: How Wethos Raised $1M to Fund a Nonprofit Revolution!

Exclusive interview with the founder of Wethos, Rachel Renock. Subscribe to this show on  iTunes  |  Stitcher  |  Soundcloud What if you could work for yourself as a freelancer helping companies that have a social impact mission? Well, thanks to Wethos, now you can! In 2016, Rachel Renock start the company to build a platform that connect social impact companies with socially conscious people freelancers. In a short period of time they build the platform, proved it worked, connected with some investors who “got” what they were doing, and landed their first $1 million in funding. Since then they have been...

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Can Artificial Intelligence Make Your Team Even More Awesome? (3 Tips)

This article was originally written by Jennifer Riebli and published on B the Change. My uncle once claimed he could magically tell you the day of the week if you gave him any calendar date (day, month and year). He said he could visually see the answer in his head and swore he didn’t have any quick calculation or trick. My father was skeptical. He bet my uncle $100 that he could develop an algorithm to do the same. The next day, my father produced a page of calculations that, lo and behold, would produce the correct answer. I...

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Interview with Kathleen Janus: Secrets to Scaling Your Social Venture to Over $2 Million

Exclusive interview with award winning social entrepreneur and author, Kathleen K. Janus. Subscribe to this show on  iTunes  |  Stitcher  |  Soundcloud In this exciting interview we talk about scaling your social venture over $2 million with Kathleen Kelly Janus who is an award-winning social entrepreneur, lawyer, and lecturer at Stanford University, where she teaches social entrepreneurship. She is also a cofounder of Spark, and is Chair of the Board of Directors of Accountability Counsel, a startup human rights organization. In 2004, she and six friends cofounded Spark, a nonprofit that engages Millennials in new forms of philanthropy to support gender...

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How Can You Leverage Your Data Now for Better Growth and Impact?

Even as a small business, you certainly have aspirations to expand and it might be a good idea to leverage your existing (and growing) data as well. You probably already have a sizeable dataset and the key question is to what extent are you taking advantage of it or not at all – yet. As a Change Creator, you most likely want to be cautious about your time and resources – what activities you invest in, spend your time on and what offers the best ROI (return on investment). We are going to have a look at a few...

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Interview with Ryan Foland: How Mastering Communication Can Change Your Life

Exclusive interview with communication master, Ryan Foland. Subscribe to this show on  iTunes  |  Stitcher  |  Soundcloud Ryan Foland is a master of communication who’s creating change one word at a time. In this interview we discuss the power of good communication and some tips that will help you get to the next level. Some of the topics covered include… How he built his personal brand as a communication expert. His 3-1-3 theory. What he’s learned about communication that has been breakthrough. What you need to know about effective communication – what people look for. What makes people listen to you...

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What Makes a Great Entrepreneur (One Powerful Expert Tip)?

What does it take to be a great entrepreneur? Isn’t that a burning question we all have? Ask several different people and you might get a lot of variation in the answers. Maybe the better question is: What kind of entrepreneur do you want to become? Every time I interview someone I have the honor of learning from them just as you would any mentor. The more I talk to a wide range of amazing people the more I find a common and consistent message. Great entrepreneurs are on a mission and they play for something bigger than themselves. ...

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Guy Kawasaki: Secrets to Startup Success

Exclusive interview with the Guy Kawasaki. Subscribe to this show on  iTunes  |  Stitcher  |  Soundcloud Guy Kawasaki is a Silicon Valley name that needs no introduction. Kawasaki is the chief evangelist of Canva, an online graphic design tool. He is a brand ambassador for Mercedes-Benz  and an executive fellow of the Haas School of Business (UC Berkeley). He was the chief evangelist of Apple and a trustee of the Wikimedia Foundation. He is also the author of The Art of the Start 2.0, The Art of Social Media, Enchantment, and nine other books. Kawasaki has a BA from Stanford University and an MBA from UCLA as well as an honorary doctorate from Babson...

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Russell Brunson: How to Build a Loyal Audience and Fund Yourself

Exclusive interview with the founder of Click Funnels, Russel Brunson. Subscribe to this show on  iTunes  |  Stitcher  |  Soundcloud In this interview we talk with marketing superstar and founder of Click Funnels, Russell Brunson. He explains how he builds businesses that are funded by his audience Our last question brings up his travel to Kenya where he shares the incredible work they are doing to support kids in that community and how it’s impacted his perspective. Brunson is also the author of Expert Secrets and Dot Com Secrets. Both book are making waves in the marketing world and are must...

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6 Startup Apps To Help New Entrepreneurs Get Results

At some point you might have gotten the itch to become your own boss. I mean, why not right? I had a surreal experience and spoke to Nobel Peace Prize winner, Muhammad Yunus. He made a comment that stuck in my head: “you can be a job seeker or a job creator.” There’s nothing wrong with being a job seeker. But the level of change you can create as a job creator if far greater (I did not make the rhyme on purpose). Many people start as job seekers and later decide they want to break free and do...

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What You Need To Know About Creating New Habits

Want to start a new exercise habit? Maybe meditating? Daily journaling? Whatever it might be, we have deep rooted patterns in our lives and creating new habits take hard work. The steps themselves might be deceptively simple: pick one habit, keep it small to start with, and remember to do it every day. But it’s not always so easy — there are a number of forces that can stand in the way: People in our lives create resistance to the habit. Our environment itself creates resistance (i.e. Internet distractions get in the way of writing). We forget. A crisis...

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