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People ask me and Jeff all the time how we both work from home. On our two-year anniversary of co-working at home, I decided to write all about it for Inc. Check it out. (Click on the image to read the story.)
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I interviewed Jen Sincero, best-selling author of "You Are a Badass at Making Money!" It's the only self-help book I've read cover to cover. Now I'm rereading it. Check out my column. (Click on photo.)
You know the best thing about working with Charlotte Ballet? Everyone talks about their love of stories. The dancers, the choreographer ... everyone. It's been a perfect match, and I can't wait to see the opening of The Most Incredible Thing — with music by the Pet Shop Boys — on Friday. Click image below for The New York Times story, "A Ballet Score? Not Such a Stretch for the Pet Shop Boys." This story ran online yesterday and in the print edition today.
This profile — "He's performed naked, and choreographed a GoT wedding. His Charlotte work is ... different" — in The Charlotte Observer is the best profile I have read in a long time.
It's about Javier de Frutos, choreographer for the Charlotte Ballet's upcoming show, The Most Incredible Thing, and artist in residence at the McColl Center for Art + Innovation. It's been fun getting to know Javier and hearing his stories.
For my latest Inc. online column, I spoke with Bravo TV star Tabatha Coffey about what it takes to build and sustain a family biz that last for generations. You know what it comes down to? Communication, communication. Communication. Check out what the host of the new series, "Relative Success with Tabatha Coffey" has to say.