Last week, Ruthie Ackerman’s had a question that led her to find a new community. In Part II, why Finding Your Allies sometimes means Losing Your Friends … … all eyes turned to her. “I was worried that I had to turn myself into a (Benjamin) Franklin expert, but it became pretty clear right away More
Designed for people, not some theoretical “market”, to thrive.
Investing in women is not a new idea. Neither is the now threadbare advice for the aspirational crowd: Girl, if you want to get ahead, get yourself a mentor. But true mentorship success stories are woefully rare in business. And formal mentorship programs for women, though certainly appealing on paper, have yet to bring the More
This June, I signed a deal with Viking (Penguin) to publish my third book, on Onlyness. My son desperately wanted it shared with you, the Yes & Know community. Maybe he has picked up that everything become more real when you share them? When I said it seemed better to wait until the deal sheet More
When Ito learned that Japan experienced a magnitude 9 earthquake, he thought immediately of his family. As he tuned into news reports, information was scarce. Official government organizations weren’t releasing much in a general effort to avoid panic. And, all the “experts” didn’t have enough data to act on. It was ordinary people — thru More
When the paper version of Social Era came out recently, I never did share the news. I might have been traveling. I might have been avoiding that dreaded-self-promotion thing. I might have just wanted to not bother you. But I keep getting little notes asking … so let me do a fuller note. Social Era More
Each of us comes from somewhere. For Jack Dorsey, he used to walk around his home city of St. Louis. That led to him collecting maps so he could visually understand the world. This led to him buying his first computer in 1985 and then learning to code so he could draw a visual map. More