How Success Happens Podcast - Page: 5

This Leader Is Making It Easier for Members of the Deaf Community to Start Their Own Businesses

The deaf community is often left out of conversations on diversity. Learn how one group is looking to change that.

Linda Lacina

· 15+ min read

This Man Spent 4 Years With the World's Most Innovative People. Here's What They Taught Him.

We can learn a lot about what creativity takes from the people solving the world's most difficult problems.

Linda Lacina

· 3 min read

Thinx Co-Founder Taps a Life of Design Influences for New Shoe Company

Antonia Saint Dunbar has built a career developing new products to make women's lives better.

Linda Lacina

· 1 min read

Simple Routines Help Hugh Forrest and His Team Plan SXSW's Thousands of Panels in Music, Tech and Film

Never underestimate the power of a quick email reply or a face-to-face meeting.

Linda Lacina

· 3 min read

How a 2nd Grade Reading Chart Helped This Food Entrepreneur Launch a Meal-Kit Company

To keep her business goals on track, Elana Karp relied on a tactic she used in her previous life as a grade-school teacher.

Linda Lacina

· 1 min read

How This Woman's Remarkable Life Helped Her Demystify Business for Underserved Entrepreneurs

Alfa Demmellash survived a brutal dictatorship in Ethiopia, was abducted by her father, came to the U.S. without knowing a lick of English and attended Harvard. Now, she wants to help others.

Linda Lacina

· 3 min read

Cards Against Humanity's Founders Are Less Concerned With Balance Sheets Than Making Each Other Laugh

The founders definitely have a different way of thinking, and they don't understand why that is weird.

Linda Lacina

· 3 min read

This Tech Leader Does Job Interviews Over Email and Chat -- and Maybe You Should, Too

Nathan Kontny believes that if you're a stronger writer, you'll be a more efficient leader.

Linda Lacina

· 4 min read