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Insatiably Curious? Read this.

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Too many people end their education when they stop going to school. Once their “formal education” ends, way too many become complacent, and no longer want to learn and grow. DON’T MAKE THIS SAME MISTAKE! Learning is one of the most important elements towards becoming a better person, worker, and all-around human being. It gives you a leg up on the …

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Best Practices: Social Media for Startups (Part One)

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For the past 6 months, I have volunteered for an incredible nonprofit, Defy Ventures, working on social media / digital marketing. Defy “transforms the hustle” of formerly incarcerated individuals through 200+ hours of online entrepreneurial training and “Shark Tank”-style business plan competitions. In short, Defy is amazing — definitely check them out and get involved to give these amazing entrepreneurs-in-training …

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How To Dominate Like Beyoncé

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“I woke up like this. I woke up like this. Flawless.” I stumbled upon an amazing copyblogger article yesterday on how to dominate like Beyoncé. The article was written with the business-person in mind, but it relates to all aspects of life, not just business! We all know them, right? Those people that think they are so flawless, all they have to do is …

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Tech Teague Tuesday – Weekly Roundup

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Hi friends, Sorry for not posting in a while. I have been traveling a lot this month – I was in Washington, D.C. two weeks ago. I was awarded The Congressional Award – Gold Medal, an Award for young adults, recognizing four-hundred plus hours in the following areas: volunteer public service, personal development, physical fitness, and self-exploration. It is an incredible Award and …

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Conversations: Sam Altman, Y Combinator’s Bold Whiz Kid Boss

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Entrepreneur recently published a great article about Y Combinator President, Sam Altman (Loopt’s CEO & Co-founder). This post is a definite must-read for all young entrepreneurs (Altman is only 30 years old!), and also for anyone interested in startup accelerators. Check out the full article below: Venture capital firm Y Combinator defied expectations when it replaced co-founder and longtime president Paul …

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Social Media Marketing: A 3-Step Beginner’s Guide

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Want to start utilizing social media marketing for your business? Don’t know how to use/work social media? What about #hashtags?!  Don’t worry – you have come to the right spot! On Entrepreneur there is a terrific guide for beginner’s social media marketing that every social media beginner should read. Here are the three biggest takeaways: 1. Figure out which social media platforms you want/can use, given the resources available …

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3 Amazing Lessons All Entrepreneurs Should Learn From James Cameron

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LifeHack posted an amazing article about successful film-maker/entrepreneur James Cameron that I just had to share. In the article, visionary James Cameron (who directed two of the biggest box office films of all time: Avatar and Titanic) shared three important lessons all entrepreneurs should learn from on creating a rewarding and meaningful life: 1. Take actions towards your dreams and never give up There …