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Women are Building Back Better, Together

Early in the pandemic, I caught up with a long-time friend and peer in social entrepreneurship. Like so many business owners, she was lying awake at night wondering how such a precipitous drop in sales was even possible, and whether her company might never recover. “Ten years of grinding and holding to our values, grinding and holding to our values, …

Reflections of Our CEO: Making the Most of The Time We Have

I’ve always shied away from calling myself a philosopher. I feel brash or pretentious using it to describe myself. But recently a friend graciously indulged my inner philosopher, opening in me a new permission to take up that label. And it was just in time, for in this moment of crisis around the world, we will all benefit from thoughtful, wise responses.

In this week’s post, Mike Rowlands shares insights into a ‘juicy, generative conversation’ he had recently with his friend Steve Rio—a conversation you can now hear via Steve’s podcast, NOW with Steve Rio.

Turning Yourself Inside Out?

A few years ago, Randi Zuckerberg issued a provocative Tweet: “Maintaining friendships. Building a great company. Spending time w/family. Staying fit. Getting sleep. Pick 3.” She called this ‘The Entrepreneur’s Dilemma.’ Quickly, thousands were commenting. Many chimed in to agree. “If you’re planning to build a startup, it’s going to take all you’ve got,” they said. “There’s no time for …