Monthly Archives: April 2014

When and how polarizing helps

posted by Joshua on April 30, 2014 in Awareness, Leadership, Tips

When you hear about polarization in leadership, what do you think? You think polarization is a problem, right? Do you think about how polarized politics silence moderate voices? … about how leaders treating everything as black and white miss the nuances of your thoughts? … about how you’ve learned to see things with nuance, which[…] Keep reading →

See the April 21 NYU panel on Women in Entrepreneurship video

posted by Joshua on April 26, 2014 in Education, Entrepreneurship, Leadership

Here is the video from April 21st’s panel on women in entrepreneurship I posted about before. From the April 21, 2014 event announcement: Bridge at Wagner, NYU Special Interest Housing and NYU Entrepreneur’s Network Present Women in Entrepreneurship Many entrepreneurs face similar challenges: getting the first round of funding, launching while in school, or avoiding[…] Keep reading →

How to make relationships last

posted by Joshua on April 25, 2014 in Leadership, Tips

What makes relationships last? What makes one person loyal to another? These questions apply to personal relationships as well as business. They happened to come up with a client on business and as we talked about it, the conversation covered more personal relationships, the way you like business conversations to become. In my experience, relationships[…] Keep reading →

What is entrepreneurial marketing and why should I care?

posted by Joshua on April 24, 2014 in Education, Entrepreneurship

I’m teaching Entrepreneurial Marketing and Sales at NYU. People ask me what entrepreneurial marketing means as opposed to any other kind of marketing. The disciplines didn’t arise out of the blue. They arose out of what works. If you want to run a company or lead a group that wants to influence others, you’ll benefit[…] Keep reading →