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5 Lessons I’ve Learned From Making (And Losing) Millions in My 20s

John Rampton — December 11, 2019 Being a millionaire before age thirty is an appealing thought to most people. In many ways, that is justifiably so. There are the opportunities that significant sums of money create like traveling and buying nice things. There is the ego boost with all of your old friends who thought … Continue reading 5 Lessons I’ve Learned From Making (And Losing) Millions in My 20s

I’ve Designed 100+ Display Ads: Here’s What I Learned

Kate Lindsay — July 13, 2019 — July 13, 2019 There’s nothing like spending hours perfecting your beautiful new display ad and sending it off into the wilds of the Google Display Network (GDN) and Facebook. You’ve got a big red button, a blue background (that universally appealing color, right?), and the word “FREE” in … Continue reading I’ve Designed 100+ Display Ads: Here’s What I Learned

How to “Manage Up”: 5 Tips I’ve Learned Over 20+ Years

Arik Hanson — March 13, 2019 — March 13, 2019 If there’s one thing I learned from my years on the corporate side (and in my years since working with larger corporate clients) it’s this: Managing up is everything. I’ve seen many people who are/were talented strategists and writers passed up for promotions because they … Continue reading How to “Manage Up”: 5 Tips I’ve Learned Over 20+ Years

The 4 Most Important Lessons I’ve Learned as an Entrepreneur

Matt Wasserlauf — January 17, 2019 — January 17, 2019 One of the greatest lessons I ever learned about being an entrepreneur I learned in college. But it wasn’t from the classroom. And it came from failure. During my junior year at Indiana University, I was on spring break in Sarasota, Florida when I met … Continue reading The 4 Most Important Lessons I’ve Learned as an Entrepreneur