Radio Recap: How We Made DOT!

Turning a children’s book into an animated program is the stuff of dreams. I know because it’s happening to me RIGHT NOW. Shortly after I published my first children’s book, DOT, the Jim Henson Company approached me about creating an animated series based on a little girl who uses technology to help her imagination flourish. I’m happy to announce DOT [Read More]

Radio Recap: Content Creation + Marketing New Gadgets

72% of all marketers have some sort of content strategy in place, yet 70% of marketers lack a consistent, or integrated, content strategy—meaning sure, they have one, but it’s probably not working. What about the remaining 29% of leading marketers? [Read More]

Radio Recap: From Blog to Business

Imagine you could turn your lifestyle blog into a steady income that eventually allows you to quit your day job. It might be the ultimate dream but there’s no easy path to get there. Out of the estimated 70 million [Read More]

Radio Recap: Vetrepreneurs

Military training is said to be excellent preparation for a career in business leadership. Veterans bring entrepreneurial qualities like discipline, perspective, leadership ability, and handling pressure under fire as some of the most important skills necessary to run a business. [Read More]

Radio Recap: Personality Researcher Dr. Brian Little

Internationally acclaimed scholar Dr. Brian Little is a personality researcher and psychologist. He’s a Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus at Carleton University and is a former professor at McGill, Oxford, and at my alma mater Harvard, where his course on personality won him the Favorite [Read More]

Radio Recap: Creative Technologist Andrea Lauer

Andrea Lauer is a costume, set designer and stylist with Broadway credits like ‘American Idiot’ and ‘Bring it On: The Musical.’ Andrea’s also a multimedia artist working with clothing and interactive and responsive technologies. Her recent fashion meets tech credits include the Museum of [Read More]

Radio Recap: Back-to-School Tech & Etiquette

It’s the end of the summer, which means back-to-school time is upon us once again. And according to the National Retail Federation, which has been conducting its annual Back-to-School and Back-to-College surveys since 2003, 2016 back-to-school spending is set to reach $76 BILLION dollars, [Read More]

Radio Recap: Flexible Income for Women

Fashion brand Stella & Dot is a social selling company that creates flexible entrepreneurial opportunities for women through its mission to democratize entrepreneurship. Stella & Dot sells its wares both online and through its tens [Read More]

Radio Recap: Food Tech

Food tech encompasses everything from middleman restaurant delivery to lab created plant-based meat. While the bulk of food tech funding has gone to food delivery startups—which raised nearly $5.5 billion last year and include two [Read More]

Radio Recap: Corporate Responsibility Expert Susan McPherson

Susan McPherson is a serial connector, cause marketer, angel investor and, in this day and-age of business, most importantly Susan McPherson is a corporate responsibility expert. Susan also founded and hosts the bi-weekly Twitter #CSRChat [Read More]

4 Apps for 2016’s Presidential Election

1. Hillary 2016 App:  This is a free download on iOS, with Android version forthcoming. It puts you in charge of a digital regional office for the Hillary 2016 campaign. You're tasked with turning it into [Read More]