Blake Mycoskie

Founder Blake Mycoskie also launched a massive postcard operation to urge politicians to pass universal background checks.
New shoes and glasses draw inspiration from the iconic queer artist's work.
Dancer Concrete Design has grown revenues by 70 percent a year for the last four years through an aggressive focus on positively touching the lives of everyone.
To help change these statistics, the "Chief Shoe Giver" is continuing the conversation about paternity leave in today's work
Millennials are on track to spend $200 billion per year starting in 2017. One of the many things that sets this generation
To understand how a gorgeous supermodel transitioned to understanding public health issues surrounding women's maternal health in depth, you must know Turlington is not your typical model.
I stood up, my shirt sticking to my chest from sweat, and thought of my students in New York who had their first snowfall that morning. As their teacher, I wished they were here with me and could experience this. Just one day in my shoes would teach them more than a textbook could in a year.
The World Business Forum New York is a fantastic event. Gathering of thinkers and doers from all over the world, it is the pulse of business; it captures -and sets-- the business trends.
It always makes us stop and remember where it all began, and reminds us to continue to spread the word about the importance of shoes for children.
Blake Mycoskie is casual, a bit scruffy, but can hit a camera mark and deliver his company's message in 30 seconds on the nose, like a suited up CEO. He's got a laidback surfer vibe, but speaks with the precision of a fine-tuned press release.
Further on up the road from delivering potted plants to Winn-Dixie, Robert McLaughlin can now feel proud that he's not only done it his way but also had a positive impact on the floral industry and real people on the farms of Central and South America.
TOMS CEO Blake Mycoskie joined HuffPost and responded to the criticism his "one-for-one" model has received. Read more on
When hanging out the other day with my friends Pavlov and Aristotle, they got me thinking about what behaviors students regularly repeat through the years of schooling. They mentioned it might have something to do with those struggling with unemployment.
Relationships. There is nothing more valuable. Not in life. And certainly not in business. If you are a brand looking to build success, then it's essential that you be sure you know how to build a meaningful consumer relationship.
When you stand for something, you inspire. You take a stand for something, usually bigger than yourself, and people relate. It motivates rather than manipulates.
In describing how we can "build influence in a world of competing ideas," Butman suggests that we look for "iconic moments," even from childhood, where an insight grabbed hold of you and persists in your thoughts.