Forget what Kanye says: There’s no shame in being a gold-digger!
Not when you’re playing Way To Gold, that is. In the addictive mobile game, you’ll guide Prospector Joe through a series of puzzles and matching challenges as he moseys along on his journey through the Way To Gold world map. His quest? To go for the gold. Read More
Jack Dorsey does it. So do Richard Branson, Elon Musk, Brian Chesky, and Larry Ellison. And when they’re done toweling off the sweat from their brow, they all attribute part of their success to it.
What is it that each of these mega-entrepreneurs do? They each incorporate regular exercise into their busy schedules, despite being overloaded with client meetings, company presentations, and earnings calls on a near-daily basis.
Every entrepreneur, whether the founder of a billion-dollar tech company, or the head of a small tutoring service, should carve out time in their calendar for exercise at least every other day. Here’s why. Read More
Close your eyes and imagine the founder of a new tech startup that designs social sharing apps. What does this person look like? What are they wearing? How old are they?
The truth is that when people picture the founder of a tech startup, there tends to be little diversity among the figures that pop into their minds. He – yes, he – is typically skinny, maybe a little geeky, probably dressed low-key, and definitely young: mid-twenties to early-thirties. Read More
It’s no secret that, over the past few years, the demand for innovative cloud-based tools, mobile apps, and bots has exploded, as the world becomes increasingly connected and mobile. As a result, the number of aspiring programmers and coders looking to strike it rich with the next Airbnb, Uber, or Tinder has also shot up, with many forming startup communities that are conducive to idea generation, product development, and collaboration. Hackathons are one of the cornerstones of such communities. A hackathon is an event in which computer programmers and other tech ninjas gather and form teams in order to design and develop a software product. The event usually lasts 24 to 48 hours, with a winner being crowned at the hackathon’s completion.
Has your startup attended a hackathon? If not, here are a few reasons why you should sign up your startup team for the next hackathon event in your city. Read More
With a growing demand for free, open, and flexible learning solutions, a number of organizations, from leading universities to e-book publishers are posting entire courses online and making them accessible to anyone with an Internet connection. Now, anyone can learn about early New England poetry through Harvard, or study African American history with Yale.
If you’re in the process of launching a business, there are a number of high quality, free, open online courses that can help you get started on the right foot. Here are 23 courses you should check out today. Read More