Back-to-Office: Why Putting Employees First Will Be Your Best Business Move
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5 Ways Leaders Can Fight Burnout Culture
I recently came across a viral post by Wharton School psychologist, Adam Grant, which claimed sacrificing health, social life and leisurely hobbies for work was not the "badge of honor" society has long thought it to be.
Entrepreneurs Should Never Stop Reimagining the Buyer's Journey
Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, customers aren't buying the way they used to.
Countdown to ecstasy: how music is being used in healing psychedelic trips
wo hundred psychedelic enthusiasts have converged in Austin, Texas for a "ceremonial concert" on the autumn equinox.
5 Common Pitch Deck Design Mistakes
How you present yourself during a pitch is your first impression: this is the defining moment that can determine if you, your brand and your idea will be deemed investment worthy.
Don't Become a Slave to Your Business
Being self-employed runs in my family, and many of my friends are self-employed. Not to mention the many mentors I have connected with throughout the years.
10 Key Mindset Shifts You Must Make When Starting a Law Firm
Some say entrepreneurs are born, not made. I disagree.
At Berkeley's Alt: Meat Lab, some students learn to be CEOs
In 2018, Kimberlie Le spent four months sleeping in an office that belonged to a San Francisco startup incubator called IndieBio.
Why California is the capital of fake meat
Two generations ago, California gave birth to a consumer-led food movement with a big promise: eating organic fruits and vegetables and pasture-raised meat would save us and our planet.
Mushrooms: the next big weapon in the war against conventional meat
Plant-based meat entrepreneurs launched the alternative-protein movement, and cultured meat scientists followed.