Noah Robischon at Fast Company became a really great mentor to Debbie as well. "One of the other challenges of building a
By Ali P. Gordon UCF Forum columnist As a personal note, I grew up building Lego sets just like many of my past and present
Mini Viola, Hillary and Beyoncé are serving up some serious girl power.
Until there is more gender balance among leading roles in entertainment, government and corporate leadership, our sons and daughters will continue to believe the stereotypes perpetuated in the news, media, and their everyday lives.
Looks like the tables have turned.
Hollywood's quintessential TV show engineer - who was somehow both an 80's everyman complete with feathered haircut and also an action hero possessed of a profound understanding of the pure sciences - was Angus MacGyver.
The media holds a large influence over our culture and society. Not only does it provide entertainment and advertisement, but it also acts as a reflection of our values, beliefs, and self-understanding.
In today's modern entrepreneurial ecosystem where a number of over-worked, hyper-functioning people don't take time to smell the roses, viewing one's business as a work of art may be the answer to visionary commitment. This approach is what keeps Bethany Kolby, CEO of the London-based creator of educational DIY kits, Technology Will Save Us (TWSU), happily on point.
I can't remember exactly when it started, but at some point this last year, I started receiving emails from complete strangers who hoped that somehow a few moments of my time might help them with the next step towards their own dreams and goals.
For me, this sense of belonging, of coming home when I visit New York has always been a bit confusing for me. But in that moment, standing beside my husband, with whom I have not only shared the past 26 years of my life, but who has also been my biggest champion, I finally understood.