Posts tagged seattle
Posts tagged seattle
As someone who loves clever lyrics or layers hidden underneath lyrics, it’s hard to look pass Macklemore’s self-reflection on his growth to fame & the consequences that came with it in the Fences’ latest video, “Arrows”.
It’s a great question. Really.
"What do you do?"
As a start-up you face many mixed-messages along the way, as well as pivots that change the direction/idea of a company or organization.
So what exactly does MyUnfold do?
Simple: We’re a Matchmaking Service for Career Recruiting
If you’ve ever been curious about what MyUnfold is and what it is we do exactly. Ask no further.
Stay tuned for our latest video featuring Co-Founder & CMO, Alex Diaz!
W00t w00t! That’s me!
Quick sum up of Seattle’s Emerald City Comic Con 2014.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day, everyone!
Remember: Preparation + Opportunity = Luck
So “get lucky” with MyUnfold.
Probably the most daring project I’ve ever been a part of.
#IAmYourNext - MyUnfold
What is your dream job? We’d like to know.
A project that I can honestly say I am happy to be a part of ( even if it was a small tiny itsy bitsy part ) Great crew and as much as I like linkedin. I like how this startup is going about the career management platform. Thanks for the opportunity guys =)
My city’s filthy. #Seattle (at Space Needle)
This guy Ben Haggerty (aka Macklemore) is brilliant. There are very few people in the hip-hop industry that are making music like this. Fair warning that some people won’t like it, but then again, it’s probably not for them.
"Same Love" discusses the intolerance of the gay community and has a great message. This is just the first song Macklemore & Ryan Lewis have shared from their new album “The Heist”. Can’t wait to see what else is coming out soon.
Fun fact: the single’s release photo is of Macklemore’s uncles.
“The best things in life are non-linear.” So said, Ben Huh, CEO of Cheezburger Network, at a recent event organized by the University of Washington American Marketing Association (UW AMA which I was the VP of at the time) in collaboration with the UW Foster School of Business Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE).
Not surprisingly, his talk, “Making Failure Cheap: Managing Risk to Ensure Success”, was no ordinary lecture-bullet-point-filled PowerPoint. Instead, Ben Huh was an amazing speaker who grabbed everyone’s attention by sharing his real-life stories—the kind of tales we (as students) hope we never have to face.
Together, we all learned how he overcame his challenges in the most unconventional of ways.
If you want to read more from the event I helped organized, then go here for the full blog post: http://goo.gl/UEf13