Ken Goldstein wants to argue—-but also wants to know the point of the argument.
Ken Goldstein has served as Chairman & CEO of SHOP.COM, Executive Vice President & Managing Director of Disney Online, and VP / Executive Publisher of Entertainment & Education for Broderbund Software. He currently advises start-ups and established companies on brands, creative talent, e-commerce, and digital media strategy. Ken is on the boards of Thrift Books LLC and Good Men Media, Inc. He publishes the business blog CorporateIntel.us and his first book, This Is Rage: A Novel of Silicon Valley and Other Madness, was published in 2013 by The Story Plant. His second book, Endless Encores, will be published by The Story Plant in 2015.
Success only begins in school — what you need to learn from formal instruction is how to continue your learning on and off the job.
Do we need to stop setting the bar too high when it comes to innovation and ambition? Ken Goldstein takes a look.
Messing up is fine. Good even. Because according to Ken Goldstein, a momentary instance of failure is the single best opportunity a business will ever have to connect with a customer’s conviction.
Ken Goldstein shares with us a video and story emphasizing the good that comes from foster care and adoption. He encourages us to share this movement.
A one-off transaction is much too expensive for a business, writes Ken Goldstein. You want customers for life. Here’s how to lose a customer forever.
There is an exceptionally easy way to solve half of all of your problems, and it involves only two words. Ken Goldstein explains.
Ken Goldstein found — much to his surprise — that he had a blast at his recent college reunion. Here’s why.
Ken Goldstein tells us why the pioneer behind PayPal, Tesla Motors, and SpaceX is guy-crush worthy. And why he’s worth emulating.
Ken Goldstein appeared on Stuart Varney’s business show and was surprised at the level of rage the conversation sparked.
Ken Goldstein gets asked once again whether we are in a stock market bubble. Here is his answer to everyone.
Ken Goldstein loves the geeks and nerds at RadioShack. And he would hate to see the brand join the other tombstones in the Dead Brand Graveyard.
Will it ever get out?
Jesse Kornbluth reviews the incredible memoir of a former meth addict, an HIV positive man, and a survivor of life’s trials.
If you have a few spare minutes, you have time to be part of The Good Men Project. Here’s how.
There are 3 steps in social change movements: awareness, attitudes, behaviors. If everyone saw this film, we’d suddenly be able to focus on attitude and behavior… which is a huge leap.
On today’s conference call, we talked how our perceptions of reality differ, and what the implications of that are.
How do you replace a shrinking (and dying) customer base? Get the new generation hooked.
What if you could ask the women in your life what makes them jealous of you?
He paved the way for every black filmmaker.
To stop abuse before it starts, Elisabeth Corey says we need to start with the belief systems that perpetuate it.
It’s how we live our lives that influence the people around us.
Shawn Henfling looks at the cultural phenomena of Axe and how it teaches guys that they aren’t good enough and women should be objectified or worse.
Ending a marriage is never easy, but it doesn’t have to be cruel.
A Movie that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the finale.
Shawn Henfling doesn’t blame Keith Olbermann for his views, but he sure doesn’t watch ESPN.
Carrie Cariello, whose boy Jack has autism, has answers … to the questions every parent with a child like hers asks.
There is no one kind of man. There is no one kind of trans-man. And every story matters.
“I find it paradoxical that we live in a society where love of difference makes one the same, while love of sameness makes one different.”
Veteran Airman Nicholas Miele skillfully juxtaposes a personal rite of passage with a personal loss.
Watch 5 years in the life on one young transguy, as his voice and pictures tell the story of how he’s grown not just as a man, but as a person.
My son got a sports locker. And his room and I thank him for it.