Velte, 50, now creates fun full time.
Initially designed as a fast and efficient way for Canadian soldiers to fight off hypothermia, the Cold-Buster – the culmination of 18 years of research using more than $1 million in funding – was promising to become a success with athletes and backcountry enthusiasts.
Petaluma resident and game designer Susan McKinley Ross said that one great way to step back from glowing screens and reconnect with others is through activities as simple as a board game.
Leslie Newton utilized her experience as a frustrated actor writing and performing sketch comedy and improv at the renowned Groundlings Theatre in Los Angeles to help her through the challenge of entering the extremely competitive world of fashion with absolutely no experience.
Surround yourself with what you are passionate about
The strength of your business resolve is tied to your passion for what you do.
The following is a guest post by Carol Montrose.
Take the so-called puppy-dog close, one of the most powerful sales techniques ever invented (and it’s totally based on customer experience).
Jim Bintliff supplies special mud for Major League Baseball.
At 83, he has twice been called out of retirement to lend his brain to developing new and improved products.
It’s been seven years since he showed Home Depot officials a saw guard he invented that allowed it to continue to cut lumber for its customers without having to shell out as much as $1 million annually to employees who lost fingers while offering the unique service.