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When your kids grow up to be working parents, do you want them to be dealing with the same anxiety you are today? We owe it to our children, and to all future working moms and dads, to make things easier than they’ve been for us.
“I want to be a voice for those who don’t have a voice. I want to help people be successful. Make sure that kids can reach their goals and dreams like I reached my goals and dreams. I don’t care about the championships—what I want to do is change communities across this country. Make an impact, and make a difference.”
NBA legend-turned-entrepreneur Magic Johnson shares lessons from his entrepreneurial journey: “For all of us who own a business, what is our goal? To make every employee who works for and with us better. Help them grow to achieve their goals and dreams. When you do that, guess what? They’ll be the biggest brand ambassadors you have. Happy employees and satisfied customers are strong brand ambassadors.”
We loved how international the GSEA competition is, with student competitors from 50 countries. We wanted to tell a story of people from all different parts of the world, with different upbringing, backgrounds, and cultures. GSEA has that; it stood out from other competitions.
People were always the core of the business but I hadn’t always known how to articulate it and thread it through our culture. Accelerator taught me the importance of building that core value into a part of who we are from the inside out. It starts with me, our team, our partners, our participants and travelers.
How Kara Goldin leveraged her lack of beverage industry experience as she built one of the world’s most successful drink brands.
How do successful entrepreneurs spend their morning—and what can you learn from them?
You’ve heard the terms “will” and “trust”, but do you understand the difference between each?
To adapt to a world where work, school and family life takes place in one location, first evaluate your fundamental needs.