Kevin Bunce

Kevin Bunce

In the best of all possible worlds, Kevin's life would look a lot more like Sean Penn's. Instead, he directs the creative content at Prsuit

Kevin Bunce in Life In Review

Be a Man. Build a Brick Wall

Why traditions are built by brick and mortar I'm not going to pretend that this isn't some type of covert and subtle way to disguise an advertisement for Knob Creek within an article centered on tradition and masculinity in the modern age. That is exactly what this is. You know what, though? That's fine. Actually, it's better than ... Continue reading ›

Sam Thomas Davies

Sam Thomas Davies

Sam is a Stockholm Based Coach, Speaker And Writer. He writes about how science can help you transform your habits, improve your health and optimise your output. Find him online at www.samuelthomasdavies.com and on Twitter @samthomasdavies

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How to Practice Gratitude Like a Pro – Without Bankrupting Your Time

Every year, on the fourth Thursday of November, America celebrates Thanksgiving; a day of giving thanks for the blessing of a good harvest. But practicing gratitude doesn’t have to be a once a year celebration; in fact, as we’ll learn in today’s article, practicing gratitude can help us improve our performance, grow our careers and gain a ... Continue reading ›

Adam G. Muller

Adam launched The MullerCast podcast and started @Adhd_Collective and @4thebenefitofus. He lives by the motto "Spend kindness like it's money. And pretend you're a billionaire"

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From Kanye to Hemingway – How to think differently

9 Experiences For Sparking Creativity 1. Listen to All of The Lights by Kanye Listening to this song starts sparks for me every time (video below). It’s the Rocky theme song of Hip Hop for me. I picture the training scenes from Rocky IV when the synth-horns kick in, Ivan Drago on machines and Rocky all-natural. Kanye may not ... Continue reading ›

Liz Wessel

Liz Wessel

Liz is the co-founder & ceo of @TheCampusJob. Formerly @Google. She loves travel + boardgames. Bonus points for travel-friendly boardgames! Find her on Twitter @lizwessel and Instagram @lizwessel

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10 things I learned from living with my team during Y Combinator

I’m one of the co-founders of a company called Campus Job. It’s an amazing place to work, and I’ve always felt as though our team was super close and tight-knit. But never did I think I’d end up living with all of them. It all started with an application to Y Combinator. What is “YC”? In short, it’s ... Continue reading ›

Tyler Tervooren

Tyler Tervooren

Tyler Tervooren is a writer and creator residing in Portland, Or. He is also the founder of  Advanced Riskology. Find him on Twitter @tylertervooren.

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Land Your Dream Job By Thinking Like An Entrepreneur

Seriously. Who does résumés anymore? I remember getting my first “real job” out of college. It was with a construction company as a project engineer. Coming aboard was a matter of singing a few papers and meeting with HR—no resume, no scouring job boards, no endless strings of interviews that may or may not lead to something. I ... Continue reading ›

James Altucher

James Altucher

James Altucher is an American hedge fund manager, entrepreneur, and bestselling author. He has founded or cofounded over 20 companies. Find him on Twitter @JAltucher and read his blog at James Altucher.com

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What I Learned from Richard Branson

The other day I went out at night and fell asleep on a park bench near the beach in Miami. When I opened my eyes I pretended I had just landed on the world. I knew nothing. Now I had to learn everything. That’s the way I should’ve been when I was younger. Maybe I would’ve avoided many ... Continue reading ›

Jay Meistrich

Jay Meistrich

Jay is the co-founder of Moo.do. Back in the day he helped start Surface at Microsoft. He is a digital nomad

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How I built a startup while traveling to 20 countries

One year ago, I left San Francisco, sold and gave away everything I owned, and moved into a 40 liter backpack. I traveled to 45 cities in 20 countries, 3 Disneylands, and 1 bunny island. I also worked 50 hours a week building and launching a startup. And my total costs were less than just the rent in San ... Continue reading ›

Greg Muender

Greg Muender is the founder of Whttl , described as the “Kayak.com for the sharing economy.” Use it to compare dozens of different providers and marketplaces at once, including RelayRides, DogVacay, and HomeJoy. Drop Greg a line via gregwhttl/dot/com. For further reading, check out the Official Whttl Blog.

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How Getting Robbed Led To One Company Getting Acquired, And The Founding Of Another

$15,000 Stolen Turned Out To Be A Good Thing Business was booming. It was March of 2012, and the company that I started in college had been up and running for over two years, slowly but steadily increasing headcount to a team of about ten. Our modest three room office was bursting at the seams, so we decided ... Continue reading ›

Sam Hayes

Sam Hayes

Originally from Chicago, Sam Hayes writes fiction, screenplay, and branding copy in Los Angeles. Look out for his upcoming short films, and his novel, Man in the Clouds. Find him on Twitter @SamWHayes. and Instagram @sambunctious

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How I Romanced a Major Celebrity (without knowing it was really her)

"WOAH! You look just like this one MAJOR CELEBRITY." Well, I’m an idiot. At least I was. Let’s just be clear on that before we begin. Ok, so — roller disco, birthday party, Los Angeles, lots of people, lots of people I don’t know, slightly dim lighting but not really that dim at all, and me. We’re skating, we’re skating. The ... Continue reading ›