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Chip Conley's Musings hospitality, hotelier, hotels

Musings on life, hospitality industry, peak performance, finding your calling, and having fun by Joie de Vivre Hospitality's founder, author and alumnus Chip Conley.

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Ed Batista - Executive Coaching and Management change management, coaching, executive coaching, leadership

Alumnus Ed Batista is an executive coach, a change management consultant, and a Leadership Coach at Stanford's Graduate School of Business.

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From Istanbul To Sand Hill Road business, entrepreneurship, innovation, venturecapital

By alumnus Baris Karadogan.

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GMATPill Study Method GMAT, MBA, MBA Admissions

A blog on preparing for the GMAT for students who plan to get their MBA. First in industry to offer thought-process based video explanations. Featured in Bloomberg, BusinessWeek, Harvard Business School Newspaper, and Mergers & Inquisitions / BreakingIntoWallStreet. By alumni Peter Yu, '05.

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I Will Teach You To Be Rich banking, budget, career, entrepreneurship, finance, invest, investing, money, rich, roth, roth IRA, saving

blog on personal finance and entrepreneurship for college students, recent college grads, and everyone else. Featured in The Wall Street Journal and New York Times. By alumnus Ramit Sethi.

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iinnovate: entrepreneurship & innovation business, entrepreneurship, innovation, leadership, podcast

A podcast by students of Stanford University's Business and Design Schools.

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jeremycwilson.com admissions, business, Business School, careers, diversity, JD, JD-MBA, law, Law School, leadership management, MBA

BizLaw Blog: Learn about business school, law school, careers, and leadership from Stanford Grad and Northwestern JD-MBA Jeremy Wilson.

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JobNob Blog career, job seekers, jobs, start ups, startups

Alternative compensation startup jobs. Jobnob fills the space where full time paid jobs don't work or aren't available. Community members are willing to volunteer or work for alternative compensation in exchange for getting great experience, learning new skills, and expanding their networks. Companies and startups may not always be able to offer traditional full time paid work, but they can offer exciting opportunities on the forefront of technology and new products. By alumna Julie Greenberg.

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MBA experience through Stanford bottom of the pyramid (BOP), business, gsb, innovation, international development, technology

MBA Experience through Stanford Class of 2007 and beyond. By alumnus Mbwana Alliy.

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My Journey to a Stanford MBA and consulting career business, Business School, career, consulting, MBA

Learn from the experiences and insights of a top-tier strategy consultant and recent MBA graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business. By alumnus Marquis Parker.

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Planning Startups Stories business plan, business planning, business startups, entrepreneurship, small business

Tim Berry writing on business plans, the business planning process, entrepreneurship, small business, starting and running a business, growing a business, and having a life while you do it.

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reThink business, Business Development, marketing

Many lessons we learn in life can be applied to marketing and similarly, many of the lessons we learn in marketing can be applied to life. reThink has provocative thought-starters and insights that will make you stop for two seconds and reThink your current approach. By alumnus Detavio Samuels.

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Seth Godin's Blog business, leadership, marketing

Alumnus SETH GODIN is a bestselling author, entrepreneur and agent of change.

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Stanford Social Innovation Review: Opinion Blog entrepreneurship, innovation, nonprofit, philanthropy, research, socialresponsibility

Strategies, tools, and ideas for nonprofits, foundations, and socially responsible business.

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Stark Silver Creek loreto, mexico, wine

Light-hearted and entertaining perspectives on the adventures of two Stanford grads; spanning travel experiences, technology musings, wine tastings and their experience building a place in Baja Mexico. It's life after Stanford!" By alumna Loni Stark.

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The Gong Show design, HCI, music, NYC, personal, technology, venturecapital

By alumnus Andrew Parker. I'm a self-proclaimed geek living in NYC. My interests include human-computer interaction, software design, entrepreneurship, VC, art, music, and old-school gaming. I am an analyst at Union Square Ventures, a venture capital firm focused on consumer-facing web services.

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Working Smart at Stanford alumni relations, communication, efficiency, leadership, meetings, productivity, professional development, Stanford, teamwork, work

My blog is a repository of advice, observations, tools and trainings for efficient and productive work. In addition to writing about how to work smart (at Stanford and beyond), I plan to highlight some of the training and professional development opportunities on campus. My hope is to help people carve out the time to do interesting, forward-thinking, strategic work instead of getting bogged down in the day-to-day of the office.

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