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Four Reasons Why You Should Do Things At Work That Scare You Sh!tless

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / September 15, 2014

You’ve made it. You’re here. I can only assume you made it this far because you’re NOT doing things from nine-to-five that scare you sh*tless. Now that I have the assumption train rolling down the tracks, allow me to make one more sweeping—but, very calculated—generalization. I’m fairly confident that the majority of you reading this post, at one point or another in your academic career, became visibly uncomfortable (I’m talking fingernail-biting, palm sweating, I’d-literally-rather-be-anywhere-but-here uncomfortable) anytime…

Is Age a Good Indicator of How Much You’ve Lived?

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship / December 13, 2013

It doesn’t matter if you’re 15 or 55 – your age is just a number. It just indicates the number of years you have been on this planet. It does not indicate how many years you have lived. A few weeks back my accountability partner who’s many years older than me asked: “How I’ve learned so much at such a young age?” I started to ponder his question.…

5 Tips to Promote Innovation

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / December 7, 2013

Albert Einstein once said, What I infer from this saying is that your imagination should be exclusive and markedly high, so that you could learn and equip yourself with the knowledge to tackle the hurdles of life and excel towards your aim. Knowledge is important, there is no denying that fact, but if you have no vision then you are off the beam. The young entrepreneurs of today…

The Ultimate Checklist for Landing Your Dream Job

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship / October 14, 2013

We founded Tag Digital, a digital agency two years ago and ever since have regularly received messages from eager students, graduates, designers, developers and other agency folk looking for work. It’s not that long ago that I was in that same position so I always try to offer some constructive advice if we don’t have an opening at that time. Job-hunting is a tough and often thankless task…

Entrepreneurship Isn’t Supposed to Be Easy

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / October 6, 2013

It wasn’t Nasty Gal CEO Sophia Amoruso’s fancy degree, tailored business suit, or five years of investment banking background that grew her e-commerce venture into a $128 million company, which has been courted by major potential buyers as of late. In fact, she had none of those things at first. She launched her business as an eBay store out of her San Francisco apartment six years ago. Believe it or not, that same…

The Power of Perseverance

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / October 11, 2012

For me, perseverance is an active quality; something I have to remind myself to maintain. My company is Bangs Shoes, a humanitarian brand focused on long-term sustainable change through partnerships with strategic non-profit organizations.  Developing Bangs from concept into a legitimate functioning entity has not been an easy ride.  To put it clearly – I conceptualized Bangs June 2010 and the first shipment of Bangs shoes will be arriving to…

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