Adam Grant, author of the influential book Give and Take, recently gave a Ted Talk about some of the habits he’s discovered while researching original thinkers.
The People Who Push Us
Sometimes we’re fortunate enough to have people in our lives that push us. These are the people who don’t give up on us, even when
5 Ways Your Business Can Help Destroy Earth
Today is Earth Day, a Hallmark holiday dedicated to celebrating Earth’s birthday. Every year people spend millions of dollars on flowers and chocolate, which they
The Entrepreneurial Mindset
I’ve been fortunate enough to meet many entrepreneurs as of late. Much of this interaction has come through the Sontag Entrepreneurship Competition and Nevada Governor’s
Run Your Startup like a $120B Meat Business
Today I toured one of the biggest beef plants in the world – JBS of Greeley, Colorado. JBS is the largest beef producer worldwide and
Accepting Defeat? When to Throw in the Towel
Defeat is never easy to face. While even the most successful businesses will experience defeat at some point, for a young startup, defeat can feel
Ucraft Brew Second Pitch: Check!
Ucraft Brew has done it again! We successfully made it through our second pitch for the Nevada Governor’s Cup. As I’ve discussed before, it may
Taking on Too Much? 9 Tips for Entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurs are notorious for biting off more than they can chew. In many ways this a fundamental part of entrepreneurship; it takes a ton of
Tales of a Young Entrepreneur: Tax Season
Being a young entrepreneur wasn’t always easy. When the grass wasn’t growing, I had to figure out a way to keep a steady cash flow.
Understanding Diversity in Entrepreneurship
This evening I was fortunate enough to attend a very unique and exciting event known as Unity in Diversity. This was an event put together