“If you have a brain, you are a startup.”
So says a sign in Krakow’s “Podgorze” district: once a Jewish Ghetto – home to the Schindler’s Factory of Spielberg’s infamous “Schindler’s List” – and now a hotspot for Polish entrepreneurs. Amidst the uniform steely industrial warehouses, bits of color and life dart out: signs of the companies within, street art celebrating a reborn Poland, a waft of coffee from an edgy warehouse-turned-café (complete with chairs made of splintered wooden boxes covered in burlap coffee sacks), and splashes of paint – beauty amidst monotony, creation amidst a previous wasteland.
Read more at https://ei.ncsu.edu/entrepreneurship-culture-around-the-world/
Last week, after I posted my article on “My Top 10 Experiences Around the World,” a reader asked why the Americas were not included in the list. Costa Rica is one of my favorite vacation locations in the world — here is an article and love letter to my Central American paradise. Read about it at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/heather-keleher/costa-ricas-pacific-coast-a-getaway-for-everybody_b_9482628.html
“Faith, trust, and pixie dust:” Walt Disney built a business with a pinch of magic, a bit of color, and a dash of dreams.
Read about what makes an entrepreneur like Walt Disney so successful at https://ei.ncsu.edu/the-profile-of-an-entrepreneur-walt-disney/
I’ve had the opportunity to have some truly extraordinary travel experiences. Read about ten of my favorites at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/heather-keleher/my-top-10-travel-experiences_b_9371182.html
When you hear the name “Elon Musk,” what do you think of? The big-dreaming founder of SpaceX? The builder of the Tesla brand? The man behind PayPal’s creation and growth? A passionate proponent of the environment?
Read more about what makes an entrepreneur like Elon Musk successful at https://ei.ncsu.edu/the-profile-of-an-entrepreneur-elon-musk/