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.
George Llewellyn, Principal Lamar Middle School in Austin Texas, shares how Stoutways played a part of his (and Lamar’s students) journey to success.
Inspiring words from a #Stout leader. Get up, get out there and DO IT!
U2’s Bono has led the charts, hearts and minds of fans, but it’s his eight million member strong movement ONE, that solidifies his status an global leader.
From the “lone nut” to brave first followers, imagine your team operating with the energy of a movement. Check out this funny look at a movement unfolding.
Success is never owned it’s rented and the rent’s due every day.
Get out there and #BringYourStoutOut!
To help define his newest venture, Brett Hurt tapped the best minds he knew – old friends and leaders from Bazaarvoice, and a fellow pioneer from Homeaway.
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.
So take a cue from them and #BringYourStoutOut every single day this week!
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.
Brett Hurt, Co-Founder and CEO of data.world talks about how his mom’s unwavering support of his love of programming started him on his 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.
An “inspiring” leader makes the people around her better, and nobody can recognize potential like a mother. No wonder so many business leaders name their moms as their “Chief Inspiration Officer” and the catalyst for success.
Don’t hesitate – start now and make your today #Stout!
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.
Whether your call it your network, circle, support system or your “thrive tribe”, we all need people in our life to help guide us through our unique journey.
Renowned author Richard St. John reminds us in his TED talk that the path to success is typically not a one-way street to a finite destination, but rather a continuous journey.
Don’t go it alone- put Stout Magazine in your corner and grow your connection to a team who can help you #BringYourStoutOut every day.