Jaclyn Johnsons' tips for hiring potential staff.
We're natural born creators and cultivators, which means we're always on the move. Doing what we love, doing what we need to get to that next step, and doing what we can to help others.
That's why when Sara Haile, creator of People Who Do reached out to collaborate on a series celebrating those "who do," we were totally game. And who better to kick off the Create, Cultivate, & Do series than our very own founder Jaclyn Johnson? Get some insight into her thought process and philosophies on life, work, and #createcultivate!
OMG, #createcultivateCHI is just a few weeks away...
And while our team puts the final pieces together for conference, I want to take a minute to get you all in a C+C state of mind! Each time, I learn more about what to expect and what to bring to the table, which I want to share with you (whether you're coming for the first time or the fifth)!
The millennial proverb “there’s an app for that” is both terrifying and amazing. We truly are living in an on-demand society—pretty much anything you want delivered to in an hour or less. While I don’t plan on exploring the larger implications of this phenomenon, I will say that as a busy entrepreneurial female, there are a few apps that have made my life easier. Way easier.