Interviews with maverick thinkers
by Kent Healy, no comments.
⇒07 Apr 2011
There are a lot of people who fantasize about traveling the world and working from anywhere on their own schedule. Few people actually do it. Natalie Sisson is one of these adventurous, risk-taking souls. But, according to her, she wasn’t always this way. The following is an interview with Natalie. Read More →
by Kent Healy, 11 comments.
⇒06 Dec 2010
We are entering a world with less certainty and stability than ever. What got us to where we are is not necessarily what will get us to where we want to go. In the following interview, young entrepreneur and author, Scott Gerber, offers his perspective about how to thrive in this new marketplace. Read More →
by Kent Healy, 6 comments.
⇒30 Nov 2010
When it comes to producing quality, creative, and inspired work, I consistently hear complaints so when expat-entrepreneur and friend, Darren Olstad, mentioned an unusual life-experiment he was about to undertake, it immediately caught my attention. What would happen if you left your usual work environment behind and moved into a hotel? Darren sought to answer this question by booking himself into a hotel for 60 days straight. Read More →
by Kent Healy, 9 comments.
⇒15 Nov 2010
Every so often an individual’s curiosity, frustration, and/or inspiration urges them to break tradition and challenge the status quo. In my last post, high school Maverick and valedictorian, Erica Goldson, delivered a graduation speech no one expected by encouraging her classmates and the faculty to reexamine the conventional education system and their role within it. I think it is both inspiring and alarming to watch this growing number high school students step forth to speak out about the quality and “process” of their eduction. Read More →