Lambeth Hochwald

Lambeth Hochwald

Lambeth Hochwald is a freelance journalist, whose stories have appeared in magazines such as Coastal Living, O The Oprah Magazine, Real Simple and Redbook. She is also an adjunct professor at NYU's Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.

Starting a Business

Rock The Post's Tanya Privé on the Future of Crowdfunding

This start-up crowdfunding site isn't just up against giants like Kickstarter and Indiegogo, it also has the JOBS Act to contend with. Here, the founder dishes on the site's progress and overcoming obstacles.
7 Superfoods to Boost Energy Levels Now
Productivity

7 Superfoods to Boost Energy Levels Now

These fruits, vegetables and other healthful picks can keep you in a more focused and productive mindset to grow your business.
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Recognizing the Silver Lining -- And Business Idea -- Behind a Bad Internship
Entrepreneurs

Recognizing the Silver Lining -- And Business Idea -- Behind a Bad Internship

After a dismal summer internship experience, Shara Senderoff wanted to help others avoid the same fate. Here's how she's attempting to start up a bad-internship antidote.
Encouraging Employees to Put Their Personal Stamp on the Workplace
Growth Strategies

Encouraging Employees to Put Their Personal Stamp on the Workplace

By letting employees do the decorating, small businesses can boost morale and save some money to boot.
13 Tips to Stay Motivated in the Dog Days of Summer
Productivity

13 Tips to Stay Motivated in the Dog Days of Summer

Here, we turn to the experts, including pro athletes, authors, happiness experts and, of course, entrepreneurs, to find out what they do to recharge.
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Reveal Your Retail Personality
Starting a Business

Reveal Your Retail Personality

Three retail business owners show how to project personality and add a special flair to your store.
Food Trucks Need Love, Too
Entrepreneurs

Food Trucks Need Love, Too

When one young entrepreneur witnessed a line forming at her favorite food truck in New York City, she also saw a business opportunity.
Online Education for Young Entrepreneurs: Worth Your Time?
Growth Strategies

Online Education for Young Entrepreneurs: Worth Your Time?

For busy entrepreneurs, an online degree may be a just-right option. But definitely weigh your options carefully.
To Grow Sales, Turn Your Workplace into a Theater for Customers
Marketing

To Grow Sales, Turn Your Workplace into a Theater for Customers

Here's a marketing idea worth considering: Give your customers a front-row seat and let them watch you work.
5 Ways to Make Sweet Music for Your Business
Starting a Business

5 Ways to Make Sweet Music for Your Business

Ditch the Muzak and tailor your tunes to appeal to your customers and employees.
5 Ways to Organize Your Office--Stylishly
Starting a Business

5 Ways to Organize Your Office--Stylishly

How to make your office project a professional image for your business, and a look at products to help you do it.
Going Out Tonight? Zoom In, Point And Click
Technology

Going Out Tonight? Zoom In, Point And Click

New nightlife apps from three young treps give scenesters the inside scoop before setting foot inside a bar or club.
It's Leap Year. What Are You Doing With Your Extra Day?
Marketing

It's Leap Year. What Are You Doing With Your Extra Day?

Rather than conduct business as usual, you can make Feb. 29 a special occasion for your company, customers and others.
At Grubwithus You Never Have to Dine Alone
Entrepreneurs

At Grubwithus You Never Have to Dine Alone

Former college buddies find fast-track growth with a business that makes meals more social.
Gemvara Mines Business Success With Customized Bling
Entrepreneurs

Gemvara Mines Business Success With Customized Bling

A look at the growth spurt of this design-your-own jewelry company, and how its focus on customization helps it stand out in a crowded market.