Ken Goldstein looks at the trend of people taking crappy, short term jobs that don’t lead to anything better—and how that can change.
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.
Ken Goldstein had finally made peace with becoming an author. Then he discovered he had to build a platform.
This year’s surprise hit at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books wasn’t a book. It was a talk by Tavis Smiley about renowned author Maya Angelou.
Ken Goldstein polled his network to find 60 of the best written, funniest movies of all time. What’s on your list?
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.
Even the birds don’t like getting old.
Even love has its limits.
It is the new “nails on a chalkboard” for the active parent dad. The comments. The assumptions. Neil Cohen shares the ones he’s heard that a mom never gets said to her.
“I’m In The Friend Zone, Yet I’m In Love With Her!” Intimacy Expert Allana Pratt tells what it takes to become her lover…
Being separated from your children opens a hole in your heart and in your life.
Children are slobs by nature, so what do you do when your dad-nature is the opposite?
During a dark time of the AIDS crisis in the gay community, Larry Bennett found light through the Big Brother, Little Brother Project.
I adore you, and there is nothing you could possibly do to change that.
I don’t have to “be a man” anymore. There, said it.
No gun shots yet?
Maybe one day we’ll take classism as seriously as we take racism and sexism, but that day’s a long way off.
How a separated dad used alone time to deal with his new situation and prepare him and his children for their future.
Most people become socially anxious in their teens. Are you still reacting to it, or trying to prevent it?
Active families need active solutions to the inevitable encounters with poison ivy.
Jed Diamond can’t think of anything more important for the peace and well-being of the world than deepening the dialogue of what it means to be a good man.