The secret to landing the business partnership of your dreams (or a Ford Mustang)

They call themselves the odd-couples in business. Some people call them mashups. At the end of the day, they’re strategic partnerships. And with the right 'match', you can do anything or go anywhere. Read more...


The Privilege of Pressure

A successful mentor strives to influence both the humanity and skill of their mentee. Billie Jean King did that by pushing open doors for Serena Williams to play the game, and elevating her game on the tennis court. Read more...


If you aren't able to secure the capital you need to get your startup off the ground, two things will happen: either someone will knock-off your idea or you’ll need to secure another side hustle to make up for your losses. Let’s make sure none of these scenarios become a reality. Read more...


Artificial Intelligence is Knocking— Healthcare Has Answered

According to a recent article published by HealthITAnalytics, “77% of healthcare executives reported that their organizations are accelerating investments in big data analytics and artificial intelligence.” This surging interest in healthcare AI is precisely why InnovatorMD exists, and Dr. Uli Chettipally wants to make one thing clear… the machine is not a threat. Read more...


Meet the scientist who is disrupting HR management in 2019

International speaker, scientist, and product innovator Mike Morgan, Ph.D., isn’t your average smart guy. In fact, his work goes far beyond his complex products and tech innovations. If you follow him on LinkedIn, you probably know that he can either motivate you or step on your toes. If you don’t follow him... now’s the time to buckle up. Read more...


To the surprise of many, there are dozens of studies that reveal how dogs can help humans detect life-threatening diseases—long before they become terminal. But are these studies credible? And what does this mean for cats? It's time to get to the bottom of the doggone truth! Read more...


Extended family, clan systems, and tribal networks mean that many Africans are rich in the most valuable commodity of the Sharing Economy: interpersonal trust. Read more...


Let's face it, doctors are doing great work. And, their schedules are crammed because of it. Which explains why many doctors don't have time to translate their jargon into digestible terms or keep their blogs or social media updated with trustworthy content. Unfortunately, this complex divide hurts both the doctor and the patient. Read more...


Marriage Proposals —Public or Private? The $70 Billion Decision That Saved Dell.

Chomping at the bit for job opportunities, networking, or trying to net your next consulting gig to pay San Francisco rent takes grit and a bulky time commitment. That could explain why discussions about dating and marriage on LinkedIn are so scarce—or confirm that Facebook is the choice playground for professionals. Either way, it is time to break the mold. Read more...


Youth-Adult Partnerships -- Here's What You Should Know

Let’s face it, nobody reaches the top of their game without the help of talented people. Don’t agree? Lebron James would. After all, the Los Angeles Lakers aren’t exactly a shoo-in for the NBA Playoffs this year. Read more...


Indian aerospace scientist, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam served as the 11th President of India from 2002 to 2007; he is remembered as one of the world’s most influential politicians and space explorers. On-top-of-that, Dr. Kalam was mentored by Dr. Vikram Sarabhai, the same man who brought cable TV to India. If that doesn’t get you excited, what will! Read more...



Impact Investing―what it is and how young entrepreneurs can shape the world

Published by the Child & Youth Finance International and the Ye! Community