In 2010, six Durham friends decided to organize a women’s arm wrestling competition. Seven years and 22 events later, they’ve raised more than $100K for local nonprofits.
And not just business books, either: applied psychology, memoir, and fiction books have all provided rich insight.
Myra Bradley was volunteering at her church, packing toiletry bags for homeless people, when she realized something: She might soon need one of those bags herself.
Crystal Dreisbach spent years writing letters to Durham restaurants, begging them to stop using styrofoam takeout containers. Finally, someone responded.
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One of our favorite sessions from NCTech4Good was “Adventuring in Story-Gathering,” led by Margarite Nathe and Carol Bales. Here are five key takeaways.
Effective altruists want their donations to have the greatest possible impact on the world. So what does this mean for marketers?
Artful interview questions work like a prism, revealing an unexpected richness to your subject … and sometimes, even adding a layer or plot twist to your story.
Feeling stuck? Grab a marker, find a whiteboard, and answer these three questions.
In 1998, Sara Blakely was a fax machine saleswoman with a crazy dream.