Connor Maloney just finished his job hunt. And despite not being as qualified on paper, he had a lot of success getting interviews. In this episode, Connor joins Isaac to break down how he created his own opportunities—and found a great job. Here are the show notes.
Levi Morehouse started his career as an accountant. But he decided to quit—and he took a different direction, leading him to found Ceterus, a high-growth fintech startup. He joins the Career Crashers podcast to share his story. Here are the show notes.
Webflow is empowering people all over the globe to create—and that's a pretty cool mission to get behind. But beyond just being one of the coolest products I've ever used, Webflow is a great startup to launch your career.
This week, we continued building momentum by shipping several video pitch and dashboard updates (like stats on the dashboard and the ability to email your pitch right on the platform!) and by finding new Crashers. Here's a closer look.
He started in journalism but sensed there were new opportunities that traditional media wasn't taking advantage of. So he set out on his own to create BlueWire: a venture-funded sports podcast network. In this episode, Kevin Jones, founder and CEO of BlueWire, shares his story and the insights that led him to start a company. Here are the show notes.