Rock your elevator pitch with these tips from Stout Magazine for crafting the perfect pitch for products, services and/or personal branding.
On October 26, 1967 MLK gave one of his most sage speeches, delivering a simple yet profound message about self-worth to a group of Junior High students.
Find your voice and use it – Hopdoddy Burger Bar CEO Jeff Chandler shares his secrets with Stout about the power of speaking up.
Stout asked some top-level execs to share a little #StoutTalk on what influences their voice and the key power word that get them charged up.
Author and artist Lane Orsak talks about finding his voice, and how one’s “own voice” is often most audible while in pain, or peace.
To accomplish what Elon Musk, Bill Gates, or Meg Whitman have done – read what they read.
Phunware Co-Founder and CEO Alan Knitowski talks with Stout Magazine about the book that’s required reading for all Phunware employees.
Sarah King, Fabricator & Special Projects Manager at Quantum Shop, shares the Stoutness behind learning to lead – and her most bold, brave and determined moments.
It is really possible to regain the plasticity of a young brain, and learn like a child again? Researchers say yes, and Stout brings you the how-tos.
Leonardo da Vinci is considered the archetypal Renaissance man, relentlessly curious and known for his constant pursuit of learning.
The real key to leadership is not in knowing the “how-tos” but the “how-comes”; in other words, self-awareness of one’s strengths and weaknesses.
The theory behind the practice of meditation is simple: it allows you to wind down so that you can charge back up.
Ever heard of “Shutoff Sundays”?
Even the #Stoutest among us aren’t immune to setbacks. But what differentiates those who bounce back from those who don’t? RESILIENCE.
Three more successful Austin leaders share their inspiring ideas on how to recharge.
Three successful Austin leaders share their #Stout ideas for how to stay on top of your game by investing in some recharge time for yourself.
The secret to victory? It’s the last thing you’d expect, but it is definitely #STOUT.
One thing that all successful journeys demand is recognition that you’re never too good to stop getting better. So look around you for new ways to influence what you do. #MotivationalMonday
“When I placed my first wig on someone’s head, it was a life-changing moment. Now, this is my passion. This is what I love to do . . .”
To all the amazing dads out there, here’s a big #StoutShout to those who have made family business their most important business.
Rachel Hurt’s 2016 Tedx Talk makes it clear her parents have made sure she has lived with encouragement, support, acceptance and kindness.
Pope Francis states that a true sense of solidarity is what can turn this world around. Greater things come from being Stout together than alone.
Want to grow your business? Quick start with these top Stout strategy takeaways on the process of how and when to scale your business.
Don’t count the days, make the days count.