Angelic Williams, Founder & CEO of MyUmbrella, comes on The Founder's Mind and shares her experience as a founder. She discusses making the decision to leave her "comfortable" job to pursue her entrepreneurial pull, the experience she's had building a brand and an app for the LGBTQIA+ community, and advice she's received a long the way.
Andrew Dana, Founder & Chief Dough Boy of Timber Pizza and Call Your Mother comes on the show and talks about going all in on restaurants. From a mobile wood fired pizza oven to two DC neighborhood hotspots with national and international recognition Andrew talks about putting in the work.
Episode 26 features Dale Pfeifer the Founder & CEO of Goodworld a donations platform that leverages social media, hashtags, and network affects to enable organizations to raise money more effectively. Dale founded Goodworld and has lead the company as the CEO raising over 4 million dollars including it's most recent round of $750,000 from MasterCard [congrats Dale!]
Remy is on a mission to help individuals, teams, and organizations navigate emotional stressors in their lives.
In this episode Mandela talks about why entrepreneurs have to be a little crazy to do what they do, JFL mentality, starting small, and being motivated to go hard.
In this tangent episode John dives deeper into some of his findings on making time, how he ditched societal expectations to live on a sailboat with his wife, and beyond.
In Episode 22 John Zeratsky, New York Times Best selling author of Sprint, comes on The Founder's Mind to discuss his newest book “Make Time”.
Haley Hoffman Smith is the Director of Community for Next Gen Summit and the founder of Her Big Idea Fund, in partnership with Brown University, they award grants to women of all ages and backgrounds.
Jes shares advice she's received a long the way, the ins and outs of manufacturing a product, and where she sees Hypsole in the future.
In this tangent Kara Goldin, founder & CEO of Hint, shares advice for recent graduates and millennials on getting started in their career and how to make a meaningful first impression.
In episode 19 Kara shares her story about starting Hint over 13 years ago, how she’s grown it, and what’s driving her towards other products, beyond water, like sun screen. I’ll give you a hint, it’s personal.
Listen in to episode 18 where Cullen discusses his background in the food business, how Union Kitchen came to be, how they're growing, and the importance of leadership in the food space.
Catch DIego at 9a EST on September 27th at DC Startup Week 2018 speaking on a panel on Bias and creating allies. Facebook Live Stream Link
Amelia is the Founder & COO of Hatch Apps. Take a listen and find out how Amelia went from studying Brazilian Literature as an undergraduate student to founding and running a growing tech company in DC. You can find Amelia at DC Startup Week 2018 speaking on various topics. Check it out!
One episode wasn’t enough. Chip talks about leadership development, growth mindset, emotional intelligence, and much much more. Listen throughout the whole episode as Chip downloads one piece of insight after another. Stay tuned through the end to hear about next week’s episode and learn a bit more about DC Startup Week kicking off September 24th.
In this episode Chip Conley dives into his work as a founder, being both a mentor and an intern at AirBnB, and the importance of intergenerational teams at work.
In this bonus episode Daniel discusses, taking breaks, work and family, identity politics, and beyond.
Daniel Pink is a New York Times Best Selling Author and TedTalk Speaker. He has made it a habit of researching and writing about human behavior leading to new awareness and exposing one myth after the other about performance in the business world.
Ruth is the Founder and CEO of HireHer. Motivated by the career her sister never got to full realize Ruth launched HireHer to create more equitable work opportunities.