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This Is How Lisa Sugar Built Company Culture At PopSugar

As Seen in Forbes. “Starting a company is your chance to create the culture you want.” – Lisa Sugar – Founder and President, PopSugar In 2005, Lisa Sugar was bored of her job in advertising. She was more interested in writing about fashion and celebrities than...

How Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Elite Athletes

As Seen in Forbes. Thousands of hopeful athletes are putting their talents to the test at the winter games in South Korea. I love watching these events and admire the skills that allow sportspeople to master their chosen disciplines. More than that, I love the spirit,...

How To Focus On The Now

As Seen in Forbes. As 2017 drew to a close, I boarded a 13-hour flight to Chile, so I could ring in the new year hiking with my family in Patagonia. Upon arrival, I realized that I had to find a way to quickly adjust to the five-hour time difference between California...

Why It’s Important To Make Time To Mentor

As Seen in Forbes. Sometimes there aren’t enough hours in the day. Whether I’m working with my team, meeting suppliers or interviewing other business leaders for The Kara Network, my week is jam-packed with things to do. But no matter how busy I am, I always set aside...

How The Arts Prepared Randi Zuckerberg For Business

As Seen in Forbes. I recently had the opportunity to interview Randi Zuckerberg, a dear friend whom I admire greatly. Randi is the former Director of Market Development at Facebook, founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media, editor-in-chief of Dot Complicated and creator of...