Sharing founder stories and artist talents to collaborate and inspire. (Peter is a character from an NBC Heroes television show who has the power to mimic and absorb the super powers of those around him. If he surrounds himself by the right people and talents, he is essentially unstoppable. Let's be unstoppable.)

Posts in category Throw Back Thursdays

Throw Back Thursdays (June 2015)

Throw Back Thursdays (June 2015)
“You just need to be consuming all the time. If you don’t have an appetite for continuing to grow and learning all the tools that are making businesses better, then it’s going to be hard to survive. If you really find a project that you are passionate about, I think the appetite will develop because you really want to impact that area and se [...]

Throw Back Thursdays (May 2015)

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On focus: “One of the things I learned how to do was focus. I tried to do everything when I started and that’s the wrong thing to do. You have to choose a few things that are really important and then let the rest slide. That would’ve saved me so much time. There are 1000 things you could be doing right now and 3 of them matter. If you just [...]

Throw Back Thursdays (April 2015)

Throw Back Thursdays (April 2015)
On contributing to the community: “Here you have an opportunity to be part of the community in a bigger way. When you have all these people coming to do something they believe in – it creates community. You’re providing people a way to do fitness that is fun, exciting and addictive in a good way.” – Jeremy Balboni, Brooklyn Boulders “ [...]

Throw Back Thursdays (March 2015)

Throw Back Thursdays (March 2015)
On making an impact: “The power of the meal helps the community.” – Jay Savsani, Meal Sharing “Wake up and ask yourself, ‘What are you doing today?’ Are you on a path where you are inspiring others and enabling others to to be more awesome at whatever they’re trying to do? If not, time to move on. If so, keep plugging away.” R [...]

Throw Back Thursdays (Feb 2015)

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To kick us off, a quote about February: “January is always a good month for behavioral economics: Few things illustrate self-control as vividly as New Year’s resolutions. February is even better, though, because it lets us study why so many of those resolutions are broken.” – Sendhil Mullainathan, Professor and Author [...]

Throw Back Thursdays (Jan 2015)

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Introducing Throw Back Thursdays, a monthly recap of favorite quotes from interviews published in a previous month. On what inspires: “I’m driven by passion. That’s what gets me excited, that’s what gets me up every morning. It’s totally random – it touches my heart and I become passionate about it.” – Jimmy Odom, WeDeliver On m [...]