Each week, we like to post what’s been going on with some of our members in the world of social media. Our recap will cover member news and highlights, external publications and hiring needs.
YEC News & Highlights
Dear friends - today I'm excited to announce the official launch of Passions Into Profits, a highly exclusive... https://t.co/r0kSDk69T4
— Kristopher B. Jones (@krisjonescom) February 18, 2016
Earlier this week, Dan Schawbel published an article in Fast Company, titled, "How I Turned A Side Gig Into A Startup (Then Did It All Over Again)." One tip? "If you bootstrap your startup until it's profitable, you can gain leverage with investors that you might never have had earlier."
Bristlecone Holdings founder and CEO Dusty Wunderlich's TedTalk "How Student Debt Will Cripple The American Dream," was recently published. He uses economics to expose the student loan crisis and proposes solutions for a more sustainable economic future, and outlines a new way of decision-making for parents, students, universities, and employers.
— Dusty Wunderlich (@DustyWunderlich) February 15, 2016
New experiences can feel uncomfortable, but saying "yes" can be the best decision you've ever made. Read Firas Kittaneh's latest article in Entrepreneur: "How I Learned to How I Learned to Take Risks, Chase Opportunity and Boldly Learn on the Go."
— Firas Kittaneh (@firaskittaneh) January 21, 2016
Heather McGough, co-founder at Lean Startup Company, was featured in Entrepreneur Magazine. She shares six lessons from personal experience that have changed how startups start. Go here to read the interview.
Member Companies Hiring
— Matt Wilson (@mattwilsontv) February 17, 2016
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