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Oakland, CA
Editor-At-Large — Inc.
As seen in:  Inc., Chicago Tribune

Editor-at-large Inc., author of some books

Top food entrepreneurs dish on how the business has changed

chicagotribune.com — Back in 1995, CEO Gary Hirshberg told Inc. about a “friendly note” on every yogurt container Stonyfield Farm sold that encouraged customers to contact his company. Today, the channels of communication may have changed - along with nearly everything else in the U.S.

Companies That Choose to Be Great Instead of Big: Bo Burlingham: 9781591841494: Amazon.com: Books

amazon.com — Small Giants: Companies That Choose to Be Great Instead of Big [Bo Burlingham] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. How maverick companies have passed up the growth treadmill - and focused on greatness instead. It's an axiom of business that great companies grow their revenues and profits year after year.

Seth Goldman of Honest Tea, Myra Goodman of Earthbound Farm, Steve Hindy of Brooklyn Brewery, Gary Hirschberg of Stonyfield Farm, Danny Meyer of Union Square Hospitality Group, Matt Salzberg of Blue Apron and Ari Weinzweig of Zingerman's Talk About the Fo

inc.com — ICONS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP Honest Tea's Seth Goldman, Stonyfield Farms' Gary Hirschberg, and others debate what the food revolution has meant for culinarily inspired entrepreneurs. Back in 1995, CEO Gary Hirshberg told Inc. about a "friendly note" on every yogurt container Stonyfield Farm sold that encouraged customers to contact his company.

An All-Purpose Tool Kit for Entrepreneurs: Norm Brodsky, Bo Burlingham: 9781591843207: Amazon.com: Books

amazon.com — Street Smarts: An All-Purpose Tool Kit for Entrepreneurs [Norm Brodsky, Bo Burlingham] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. One is tempted to say 'the only book you'll need on starting a business.' Brilliant! Genius! Choose your superlative-it'll fit.

Yvon Chouinard's 100-Year Plan Puts Social Mission at the Center of Patagonia

inc.com — After a recession nearly killed Patagonia, Yvon Chouinard decided to build the company to last.

John Warrillow Exposes the Subscription Gold Mine

inc.com — At Inc.'s 17th annual Growth conference, author and entrepreneur John Warrillow wowed the crowd with his ode to the subscription model. Advertisement From Birchbox to MeUndies, subscription businesses may be the business model du jour, but John Warrillow is convinced it's both here to stay and pure genius.

Advice From Danny Meyer to Founders of Bread & Cup on Turning Obstacle into Opportunity

inc.com — PIVOT: REINVENTION CENTRAL A new arena brings many more people in the door, but is also driving regulars away. Should the owners relocate? Advertisement This case study is part of Inc.'s Reinvention Central Special Report. The Dilema: Big crowds, or no crowd at all?

book recommendations from friends of Michael Schwartz (schwartzbiz)

bookvibe.com — Book recommendations from Michael Schwartz and his Twitter friends. Subscribe to the weekly email for great book recs.

When the CEO Quits: How and When to Leave the Company You Founded

inc.com — These days, Dave Hersh describes himself as an investor in early-stage tech companies. (He hangs his hat at Andreessen Horowitz.) He was 29 when he became CEO of the startup Jive Software, a pioneer in social-business software, which allows employees and customers to communicate via Facebook- and Twitter-like tools.

Jim Collins: How to Thrive in 2009

inc.com — As part of our 30th-anniversary issue, Inc. asked Jim Collins, author of Good to Great and Built to Last , what we might expect in the next 30 years. His answer: uncertainty, chaos, turbulence, and risk. In other words, it's not a bad time to be an entrepreneur
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Oct 17, 2014

#Inc5000 @BoBurlingham @Gr8GameBusiness How SRC Automotive used contingencies to recover in 2 months from devastating loss on GM business.

Oct 17, 2014

#Inc5000 @BoBurlingham @Gr8GameBusiness The importance of making sure that if anything goes wrong, you have a contingency plan.

Oct 17, 2014

#Inc5000 @BoBurlingham @Gr8GameBusiness The origins of creative paranoia that has taken SRC from $16 million to $550 million.

Oct 16, 2014

#Inc5000 @jledbetter @NormBrodsky Bruce clay inc. :I give away information until they surrender and hire me.

Oct 16, 2014

#Inc5000 @BoBurlingham @srikumarsrao Relate to people as one person to another, rather than the roles they play.

Oct 16, 2014

#Inc5000 @BoBurlingham @srikumarsrao Treat every encounter with someone as potentially the last time you'll see them.

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