Financial expert Krisstina Wise offers some #Stout advice on making a fresh start with your finances in 2018.
A #Stout look at Whitney Wolfe Herd – a Forbes “30 Under 30” entrepreneur and founder of Bumble, now valued at over $1 billion.
To accomplish what Elon Musk, Bill Gates, or Meg Whitman have done – read what they read.
Ever heard of “Shutoff Sundays”?
Our STOUT roundup of distinct talents who share their takes on process. Find inspiration for honing your craft from their stories of success.
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
Cheers to creativity and craftsmanship, cocktail style – what inspires the makers of those great custom drinks.
Bob Schneider, Ether’s Follies’ Shannon Sedwick, APD’s JJ Schmidt, baby411’s Dr. Ari Brown and Helm Boot’s Joshua Bingaman share how they have honed their skills through process.
Inspiration for defining your vision and creating a strategy to get there.
Who better to bring a little Father’s Day love than Mr. Fred Rogers one #StoutDad?
Rachel Hurt’s 2016 Tedx Talk makes it clear her parents have made sure she has lived with encouragement, support, acceptance and kindness.
Don’t count the days, make the days count.
From Will Ferrell to Oprah to Admiral William McRaven FUEL UP with these “best of” highlights from commencement speeches and #Stout Takeaways for graduates.
Success is never owned it’s rented and the rent’s due every day.
Get out there and #BringYourStoutOut!
Steve Jobs on why The Beatles were his business model- “the total was greater than the sum of the parts; great things in business – they’re done by a team.”
Learn the key traits of high-functioning teams revealed by Google’s Project Aristotle and the importance of psychological safety to team productivity.
What’s mom got to do with it? Quite a bit according to these Austin business leaders, who spoke with Stout Magazine about the positive impact their #StoutMoms had on their journey to success.
It takes Stout to be outspoken and put your thoughts in the public eye. It takes even more Stout to admit that you might not have gotten it right the first time.
As a cold case detective, Schmidt is used to overcoming obstacles. He’s also the first person to give credit to his professional tribe every time he succeeds, or lean on them when needed.