Learning a Different Way

There are tangible ways we can help children learn. Ken Goldstein, on a group that is changing the dynamic of at-risk kids in schools.

Endless Encores, An Excerpt: Let’s Get Down to Profits

People. Products. Profits. In that order. Ken Goldstein’s new book is a business parable that will show you how to repeat success in whatever you do.

Endless Encores, An Excerpt: Without the Right Product Strategy, Brands Become Nostalgia

Yes, sequels can and should be a winner. Ken Goldstein’s book, Endless Encores, ensures that they will be. Here is an excerpt.

Endless Encores: The Art of Repeating Success (An Excerpt on ‘People’)

Ken Goldstein has written a business parable designed to give clear insights about how to repeat your greatest success and not be a “one hit wonder”. Here is an excerpt.

Chance Meetings and Their Power to Change Your Life

Imagine if you just said hello.

Rotten Choices, Rotten Jobs

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.

It’s All Getting Personal

Ken Goldstein had finally made peace with becoming an author. Then he discovered he had to build a platform.

Records So Good We Bought Them Again (And Again)

Ken Goldstein shares a list of classic albums worth listening to – multiple times.

Tavis and Maya

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.

The Funniest Screenplays of All Time

Ken Goldstein polled his network to find 60 of the best written, funniest movies of all time. What’s on your list?

Do You Care?

Going through the motions is not going to cut it. Ken Goldstein on how to be successful.

My Second Book: Endless Encores

Ken Goldstein celebrates his second book, and invites you to have a look.

Let’s Argue About Something

Ken Goldstein wants to argue—-but also wants to know the point of the argument.

What Should You Study To Be More Valuable In The Workplace?

Success only begins in school — what you need to learn from formal instruction is how to continue your learning on and off the job.

Dreaming And Doing

How to sustain dreams simply: through listening.

The Art Of The Winback

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.