“Entrepreneurs, doing something that matters to you more than money is a great way to succeed because even if you don’t succeed, the world will be in a better place,” shared Tim O’Reilly, founder and CEO of O’Reilly Media. In this Stanford University Entrepreneurship Corner podcast, O’Reilly shares 10 important lessons for start-ups: http://stnfd.biz/kHLVq
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As we noted in a recent post, consumers care about buying items from socially responsible brands more than they ever have before. But caring about something doesn’t always translate into action.
“As a leader in management education, the GSB must preserve its core strengths and at the same time explore new opportunities to extend the reach of our expertise,” wrote Dean Garth Saloner in the latest Stanford Business magazine. http://stnfd.biz/kKEXO
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1. Do make a plan. We’re all busy. When we hit the weekend, we think we want to do “nothing.” But it’s impossible to truly do nothing. Instead, you’ll do unconsciously chosen somethings, and you’ll hit Sunday wondering where the time…