An exclusive Good Men Project video series—hosted by Ken Goldstein—designed to capture the heart of the entrepreneurial mission.
Good Men Project Dreams: Conversations with Entrepreneurs is a new, exclusive video series designed to capture the heart of the entrepreneurial mission in a series of short interviews with entrepreneurs who want to change the world. Our desire is to capture the spirit of the start-up mission among courageous, innovative business leaders who can’t see themselves doing anything else but their chosen enterprise. They see their businesses as more than economic engines. They see what they are doing as having critical impact on the world and opportunities for real progress.
These interviews are hosted by Ken Goldstein, who is on the board of Good Men Media, Inc. (operating company of The Good Men Project) and has served as CEO of SHOP.COM, EVP/Managing Director of Disney Online, and VP Entertainment & Education Products at Broderbund Software. The videos were all shot in front of a live audience as part of an Innovate Pasadena, held at the Cross Campus co-working spaces in Pasadena.
This segment features Alan Mittelman, two-time entrepreneur who talks about his insights from starting and running his company Eagle Eyes.
The 3-part pilot series includes men and women who have founded or co-founded exciting startups at various stages of development:
Alan Mittelman, CEO of Eagle Eyes
Aurora Cady, CEO of Rhino Bill and WaitNot Watch Aurora’s video published on Good Men Project here.
Technology, business models, talent, and workplace culture are driving the lightspeed change in today’s world. Entrepreneurs like these are leading the way toward change and progress. These interviews seek to get at the passion of why people chose to build something new, no matter the hurdles, and why embracing a dream is a MUST among their life choices. We believe our first three guests are exemplary of the values we intend to celebrate. With a successful pilot, we will expand this series to include all types of entrepreneurs from all over.