Monthly Archives: November 2014

Bowdoin College Wins World Cup…

I love people who accomplish exceptional things with limited resources in short periods of time – to me this is the definition of entrepreneurship. Imagine this: A team of liberal arts students from a school in Maine with fewer than … Continue reading

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The Occupational Joys of Start-ups

A few posts ago, I implied that “Show me the money” was not the only mantra needed to generate success or why I love start-ups so much.  Last week, I wrote about the career goals of Millennials.  Readers also know that I have written about … Continue reading

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