Jake Cook is an entrepreneur, professor, and writer. A co-founder at Tadpull, he also teaches Online and Social Media Marketing at Montana State University. He’s fascinated by the intersection of design, technology and creativity. Follow him at @jacobmcook.
An interview with the author of "Hooked," on how to get users using your creation over and over again.
- November 2014
Nancy Duarte on how she went from a college dropout to heading up her own communication firm.
- June 2014
The entrepreneurs and creatives who make a lasting impact often aren’t the most talented, they are the most empathetic.
- April 2014
How a teacher in The Bronx bootstrapped a crowdfunding platform that resulted in $50 million donated to teachers across America.
- August 2013
Avoiding the "traditional path" has served the Ames Bros well. It just took a while.
- May 2013
Insights on staying balanced from a lifelong entrepreneur and venture capitalist.
- March 2013
"Get the hell out of the building" and other advice from a startup veteran.
- November 2012
Can you teach creativity? We talk to Tina Seelig of the Stanford d.school about creating the mindset and environment for incredible innovation.
- August 2012
Are you expending tons of time and energy on RFPs that don't go anywhere? How to break the cycle of frustration and charge for your creative expertise.
- June 2012
"Travel more" is on almost everyone's bucket list. So why don't we act on it? Three veteran world travelers tell us how to take the plunge & still produce great work.
- March 2012
We talk to the founder of Facebook's "Analog Research Laboratory" about taking initiative, carving out a niche, and building the job you want.
- December 2011
No matter how much willpower you exert, you can't force an "A-ha!" moment. That's why sports guru Garret Kramer wants us to focus on something else: stillpower.<br>
- November 2011