Being able to turn a passion into your life’s work gets at the heart of entrepreneurship, but that’s just the start. Cultivating skills to keep ourselves open—to people, to change, to growing, to leaning into resilience when times are rough—while also keeping a clear eye on founding principles allows that passion to thrive and inspire others to work alongside us. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.

Interview from a Bar Stool with Danielle LaPorte

An interview with Danielle LaPorte, where we tried to extract even more wisdom from this strong, powerful and inspirational woman.

The Best Reasons to Structure Your Social Business as a B Corp.

In The Business of Good, serial and social entrepreneur Jason Haber intertwines case studies and anecdotes that show how social entrepreneurship is creating jobs, growing the economy, and ultimately changing the world.

Meet Chinedu Echeruo, Young Entrepreneur Who Got $1bn from Apple

He (Echeruo) said schools across Nigeria needed to start emphasising the power of imagination. According to him, knowledge was never acquired. - Ifeoma Okeke

I Can’t Keep Silent About This Anymore: Women and Capital Raising

Female clients are raising money, but they take longer and struggle more than male clients.

The Authenticity Asset: An Interview with Entrepreneur Tonya Rapley

Tonya Rapley was born into a military family: the child of two career Air Force service members. But from a young age, she knew that rigid hierarchies weren’t for her.

Rha Goddess: The Social Justice Artist

Taking up the slack left by the Trump administration in the areas of sustainability and business ethics, corporate America has the potential to become a major force for change.

An Interview with Latham Thomas, Founder of Mama Glow

I don’t fit in the crowd, so I am not worried about standing out. I don’t look at what others are doing—I focus on what I am doing, and that’s what has lead me to become an industry leader. - Latham Thomas

Bart Houlahan: I Want to Redefine Success in Business

Bart, along with his partners Jay Coen Gilbert and Andrew Kassoy, co-founded B Lab.

Darian Hall and Elisa Shankle on Building a New Kind of Wellness Studio in Brooklyn

Darian Hall and Elisa Shankle wanted to create a space for growth in all its forms.

How Life Coach Marie Forleo Figured Out Her Life, and Empowers Others to Do the Same

Why Marie Forleo walked away from Wall Street to help people build lives they love.