For a time I called Karl my great-great-great boss. As my employer’s employer squared, I have too much respect for Karl to wear a decapitated furry version of the designer as a key charm. For a pretty good reason, this Fendi key charm that was once WWD’s accessory of the day has got me stumped as why its wait list is longer than Beyonce themed Soul Cycle.
Those that know me are aware of my interest in the startup world. As I near my May graduation, I’ve started taking those first heedful steps entering the buzzing entrepreneurial community strategizing in the shared workspaces and studio apartments of New York City. As part of a personal project, I’ll be posting on my foray into the startup scene (with a few fashion intermissions).
Although not startup focused, Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In has been my best 2014 non-fiction read, aligned with my fiction fave The Fault In Our Stars by John Green. We give our generation too much credit for having advanced our standards of women in the workplace. Although most college graduates are female, women account for only 4.6% of the Fortune 500 companies. See the problem? I’ll give my full review on the book later. In the meantime, if you’re looking for commute convenient reading material on Entrepreneurship make sure to subscribe to:
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