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It’s About Time

Written for EO by Don Scott, who applies 35 years’ experience in business and finance with a master’s degree in psychology to explore the path to meaningful change. We equate being busy as being virtuous. When we’re maxed out, it feels safe. It must be productive. (Or is it?) It’s a badge of courage, honor or something …… Read more »


Benjamin Button Biohacker

Written by Ben Ridler. The original version of this article appeared on Ben’s Medium channel. Ben is an experienced CEO, leader, strategic planner, growth hacker and product developer. He has started five companies, each of which exceeded US$1 million in revenue. Ben is an EO New Zealand member who joined in 2002. Almost a year… Read more »


How a Little Bit of Fear Breeds Innovation

Co-founder of Owned Outcomes Krupa Srinivas explores the value of fear in an entrepreneur’s journey as she describes partnering with a US healthcare intermediary to solve the problem of cataloguing hospital supplies. The US hospital supply chain is one of the largest supply chains in need of an overhaul. Market participants struggle with the lack of… Read more »


Tips for Passing on Your Values to the Next Generation

The lessons learned through bootstrapping are important not only to entrepreneurs and their workforces, but to their children as well. Whether your kids will one day run the family business or you simply wish to pass on the values and work ethics that helped you succeed in starting and owning a business, devoting time to coaching your children can feel like… Read more »


7 Habits That Keep Women Stuck

Women’s leadership expert Sally Helgesen and leadership coach Marshall Goldsmith join forces to address the common and specific roadblocks women face in their pursuit of professional success in the book How Women Rise. The very habits that may have helped women early in their careers may be hindering them as they progress in the workplace. Helgesen and Goldsmith tackle the top 12 habits that could be… Read more »