Jonathan Small

Entrepreneur Staff
Editor in Chief of Green Entrepreneur

Jonathan Small is editor-in-chief of Green Entrepreneur, a vertical from Entrepreneur Media focused on the intersection of sustainability and business. He is also an award-winning journalist, producer, and podcast host of the upcoming True Crime series, Dirty Money, and Write About Now podcasts. Jonathan is the founder of Strike Fire Productions, a premium podcast production company. He had held editing positions at Glamour, Stuff, Fitness, and Twist Magazines. His stories have appeared in The New York Times, TV Guide, Cosmo, Details, and Good Housekeeping. Previously, Jonathan served as VP of Content for the GSN (the Game Show Network), where he produced original digital video series.

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Thought Leaders

Alex Rodriguez's 4 Major League Keys to Success

A-Rod, now a guest judge on Shark Tank, saw plenty of success during his baseball career, and has since stepped up to the plate in the business world.

Thought Leaders

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Leadership

How an NFL Linebacker Is Tackling the Business World-- the Gary Vaynerchuk Way

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Growing a Business

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Part of our Top Company Cultures list, the medical staffing company invests heavily in its wellness initiatives, resulting in employees missing work less, being more productive and positive.

Growing a Business

Thanks to These 3 Values, This Startup Has Shockingly Low Turnover

After ditching Silicon Valley for Phoenix, the founders of the ecommerce startup Tuft & Needle were able to invest more in their employees, resulting in low turnover.

Leadership

Learn the 4 Principles That Helped This Virtual Company Become One of the Best Cultures in America

Winning the Top Company Culture crown is no small feat, especially when all 40 of the corporate employees work remotely as they do at eaHelp.