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.: Guest Post :. Erik Hillesheim on MPACT

As I’ve become more involved with the entrepreneur community I’ve come to realize there are many different types of entrepreneurs – all with their own specialties. There are tech people, products people, service people, and another group that’d I’d more specifically like to focus on. Towards the end of the year I stumbled across MPACT…

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.: IYogi :. Was the $15 voucher you never received really worth it?

I have advertising fatigue. It hit me especially hard in my spam filter and my Facebook feed. I’m sick of meaningless advertising where the call to action is regrettable, or forgettable at best. When I saw the advertisement from iYogi in my feed that explained for signing up, I’d get a $15 Amazon voucher, I…

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.: It’s Not WHAT You Do. It’s WHY You Do It. :.

  As leaders, it’s our job to inspire and cultivate a culture where big questions linger and cause creative, reflecting thought. I had a moment earlier this week that left me ignited by a million swirling opportunities. I had a sit-down with a few of our newest interns at Ewald Consulting. Being just over 6…

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.: MyWatch :. AT&T’s Moto 360

I remember 2011’s CES well- the feeling that anything was possible and that I was witnessing a series of technological miracles. From the birth, rise and adaptation of 3D printing to the beginnings of wearable tech, I didn’t realize how far we’d come. When AT&T’s team reached out just a few short weeks ago, to…

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.: Intrinsic Genderhood :. Womanhood and Femininity

“It’s hard to feel like woman when the parts that make me the gender I am, have become weapons. My cervix, uterus, tubes and ovaries had to go. My weekly hot-flashes are a brutal reminder of a loss of life’s greatest cycle…” Some are  not really sure what makes a woman, anymore. Is it the…

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