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Shower SMARTER with Tim Hollinger of Bathing Culture

Shower SMARTER with Tim Hollinger of Bathing Culture

Today I'm excited to share about Bathing Culture, a new company that is magnificently disrupting the soap industry and coincidentally enough, all started with getting dirty. From his recent piece on Medium, Co-founder Tim Hollinger shares that "the majority of everyday products we use and that fill our homes and offices have environmental consequences for personal and global health. Items that make up much of our world like furniture, electronics, soap and clothing are typically made and disposed of in ways that create significant environmental and human harm. This doesn’t need to be the case..."

A Billionaire's Tale

A Billionaire's Tale

Once upon a time there was a man living in New York. To most, they would say that this guy had it all. The high paying job on Wall Street. The loving wife. The beautiful home in NYC. Some would even say he was living the dream! He had the job many would ENVY for. He made enough income to live more than comfortably. He was the youngest senior VP the company had. His supervisors and colleagues valued and respected him… but there was something that was missing...

The Art of Building a Side Business with Brandon Schmiedeberg

The Art of Building a Side Business with Brandon Schmiedeberg

I've always had a passion for design, and have always considered myself a creative person. After graduating from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 2010, I did all that I could to find a career in my field of landscape architecture. 6 months and 85 firms later, I ultimately landed in Bakersfield, CA as an Assistant Project Manager. Although this was a great starting point, I really wanted to be a designer, and after 2.5 years in the valley, I moved back to San Diego in pursuit of a new opportunity with a much smaller company that was trying to start up their landscape division. About 9 months later however, the owner decided it was no longer the direction he wanted to focus, and I was laid off...

How to transform Tragedy into Triumph with Joshua Dumas

How to transform Tragedy into Triumph with Joshua Dumas

1 year before I was to earn my degree, I was deployed to Baghdad in 2004 with the Louisiana National Guard. Our deployment lasted 1.5 years to return us home... 5 days after Hurricane Katrina. The lives we all envisioned coming home to were no more.

Ultimately this was the catalyst for personal reinvention...