Episode Archives

How To Recover From A Million-Dollar Startup Mistake: Shapr’s Ludovic Huraux

How do you make a comeback from a catastrophic product launch? What does it take to launch then relaunch a product? This week, I am joined by Ludovic Huraux. He is the CEO and cofounder of Shapr, a professional networking app. In this week’s fireside chat, Ludovic will share why leaving the world of Private Equity to become an entrepreneur was his Zero to Infinity moment. Ludovic will also share early challenges he faced when launching Shapr initially in 2015. Today, Shapr has over a million users and raised $16.5 million in funding.

How To Turn Rejection Into Opportunity: Jasmine Pak

How can you bounce back from job rejections? How do you approach your video strategy in 2018? This week, I am joined by Jasmine Pak from Buzzfeed. Jasmine will recount her viral experience last summer when she shared a LinkedIn post about being rejected from her dream job.

How to Land A Job At Google: Google’s Mona Weng

How do you land a job at Google? And how do you deal with the triple negatives in tech: being young, female, and person of color? This week, I am joined by Mona Weng from Google. Mona is currently the Global Lead for Waze’s Broadcaster Partnership Program. In this week’s fireside chat, she will share tips and advice on how you can ace your next interview, especially if you want to work at Google!

How To Build A Startup In College: Givebutter’s Max Friedman

How do you build a startup from scratch while still in college? How do you get your first customer? This week, I am joined by Max Friedman for the show’s first fireside chat. Max is the CEO and co-founder of Givebutter, a social giving platform used by over 300 college campuses and brand name nonprofits like the Red Cross and Americares.

Why The Best Mentors Think Like Michelangelo And How To Find Them

Success is never achieved alone. In this special episode, learn where to find mentors, the secrets to crafting impactful outreach emails, and how to cultivate a healthy relationship with them. We’ll also analyze a recent Harvard Business Review article sharing that the best mentors think like Michelangelo.