Jay Samit for Harvard Business Review: OTT Video Is Creating Cord-Extenders, Not Cord-Cutters
This year’s Emmy ballot is being culled from the greatest number of scripted dramas eligible in the history of theRead more.
5 Warning Signs Your Employees Have Stopped Caring – Michael and Bonnie interview for Inc. Magazine
How can you tell when you've lost the confidence, commitment, andengagement of your employees? The signs aren't always overt, warnRead more.
Five lessons from watching Sam Walton selling an ironing board cover by Paul Smith
By Paul Smith, Cal Entertainment Exclusive Speaker Much has been studied about Sam Walton’s retail genius. But here are fiveRead more.
Darren Kavinoky’s Top 10 Takeaways from his latest TV show “Breaking Point” on ID
By Darren Kavinoky Perhaps I’m just suffering from one of the Deadly Sins (like pride), but I really loved doing BreakingRead more.
The Reuben H. Fleet Science Center names Jason Latimer Curator of Impossible Science and welcomes him back for his live
The magic is back in San Diego! Jason Latimer, the World Champion of Magic and judge on Syfy’s “Wizard Wars,”Read more.
Two Bit Circus on AdWeek: How Oculus Rift Is About to Reshape Marketing Creativity
By Christopher Heine for AdWeek. Photo: Maciek Jasik Nancy Bennett is a virtual-reality marketing veteran. (Yes, such people actually existRead more.
The Incredible Story Of Starting The World’s Largest Wine Brand, Barefoot Wines
By Robert Reiss for Forbes I was recently speaking with Michael Houlihan, co-founder of Barefoot Wines. This is the story ofRead more.
Business Journal: Taryn Rose is back in the shoe business, with a ‘revolutionary’ high heel
By Hilary Burns for Bizwomen After selling her namesake shoe company for $40 million in 2008, Taryn Rose said it would take somethingRead more.
Two Bit Circus featured in Popular Mechanics about their educational carnival.
By David Howard for Popular Mechanics. BREAKTHROUGH WHO Brent Bushnell and Eric Gradman Two Bit Circus Los Angeles FIELD EducationACHIEVEMENT Making kids want to learn.Read more.
Josh Tickell, America’s #1 Expert on the Millennials, featured in Inc. Magazine.
By Molly Reynolds for Inc. Magazine How do you get a Millennial to buy your product? One company decided that it wasRead more.
An interview with Mark Victor Hansen for Performance Magazine – Hansen’s keys to success in business and in life
1. You established the best-selling world record with more than 500 million books sold, translated in 54 languages. How didRead more.
Jay Samit in the Wall Street Journal: $25B Available for Startups Willing to Disrupt the Status Quo
By Jay Samit for the Wall Street Journal Venture-capital funds have raised more money than ever before because they knowRead more.
Josh Tickell’s newest movie “PUMP” premieres to great reviews! (Here’s one)
By Sheri Linden for The Hollywood Reporter A documentary look at the American oil habit and how to break it In Fuel,Read more.
Our Rob Redenbach talks about Improving Leadership and their Teams, in a premiere Australian publication
By Rob Redenbach for The Courier Mail In theory leadership is easy – so long as you have ample resources,Read more.
Our Jason Latimer will be starring as a judge with Penn & Teller on the new “Wizard Wars” TV show
Jason Latimer is an American illusionist best known for starring in the six live British television specials on BBC One’s TheRead more.
Our CEO Chris Lee on the nationally syndicated Business Rockstars show talking about the speaking business
On This Episode : Christopher Lee, CEO of CAL Entertainment’s interview starts at 1:21:29 Chris Lee is the President and CEORead more.
Our James Sun covered in the Wall Street Journal about his new viral App
By Lora Kolodny for WSJ A Seattle startup called Anomo Inc. raised $800,000 in new seed funding in a roundRead more.
The Man Who First Hired Steve Jobs on Finding Unusual and Creative Talent
By Andy Meek for Fast Company Video game pioneer Nolan Bushnell has handpicked rising tech talent from atypical places. He’sRead more.
P&G CEO Bob McDonald About Accountability, With Paul Smith of Lead With A Story
From P&G CEO, Bob McDonald, three simple words from a freshman cadet at West Point can help youRead more.