Interviews Posts

Focus and Prioritize with Lauren Shay, the Creative Director of Full Stop

This is our first interview to feature someone from Australia! We are proud to introduce Lauren Shay, the Creative Director of Full Stop . Her company provides awesome design, editing and publishing services. Lets get right into this.

Can you sum up what you do in one sentence?

I run a desktop publishing business called Full Stop Design, Editing, Publishing. I like to think I’m my own boss, but I really answer to my 1-year-old daughter.

What is the first thing you do when you wake up and what is the last thing you do before you go to bed?

In the morning, check emails and Facebook; in the evening, check emails and Facebook, while telling myself I must get out of this bad bedtime habit!

Mistakes, Mentors, and Goals of a Web Entrepreneur with Andy Hagans at MonetizePros.com

Andy Hagans Today, we interview Andy Hagans, an entrepreneur focused on helping members grow their online revenue at MonetizePros.com . Andy gives us insights into how he stays productive and motivated, and he reviews some of the lessons he has learned as an entrepreneur. Let’s jump right into the interview.

Can you sum up what you do in one sentence?

I’m a web entrepreneur who enjoys launching new businesses with other talented folks .

What is the first thing you do when you wake up and what is the last thing you do before you go to bed?

First thing: I brush my teeth. Last thing: I read (books or iPad). Reading helps me wind down and fall asleep faster.

Doing more with Philippe Gelis, CEO of Kantox

This week, we kick off our featured entrepreneur interviews. We hope you find some wisdom in their words and take action to do more. First up, meet Philippe Gelis – the CEO of Kantox . Philippe runs a Foreign Exchange firm and knows a thing or two about productivity. Lets get right into it.

The Best Way To Start A Massive Corporate Project

From An Email Marketing Manager

It’s Monday morning. You are in your weekly stand up meeting. Your mind is still adjusting from the weekend and you haven’t even had your fist cup of coffee. Your boss is going around the room asking for project status, and now it’s your turn… You stumble your way through a half remembered update from last week, and then your boss throws two more time sensitive projects your way. The scope of these projects is massive and the timeline seems impossible, but there is no fighting it. How are you going to get this done?

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