Sun, 21 April 2013
I always said I didn't want to be a lawyer because I didn't want to work as hard as my Dad [Laughs] but now I realize it's not just because he's a lawyer - he works for himself - and so I'm going to be working just as hard but when you find something you love it makes it worthwhile. - Pamela Kalmus
Since she was little Pamela has wanted to do her own thing. Doing what exactly, she didn't know.
That's all changed as Pamela is the founder of Mani Diaries, a manicure management iPhone app which she launched September 2012 and now has 36,000 users!
Pamela's created Mani Diaries without any partners or any previous tech experience and while holding a full-time job.
Just a side note that I actually knew little Pamela as we were neighbors growing up in New Jersey.
You'll hear from a first-time tech entrepreneur who has funding on her mind on what it's like to be in her shoes and the courage it takes to have a dream.
Sun, 7 April 2013
I love the faces that music gives people. You know they're smilin' and their eyebrows go up a little bit and they're cheesin' and they're just like, Yeah! That's my jam! - Ezekiel Akinyemi aka DJ Zeke
Zeke (DJZeke.com) made a name for himself while DJ'ing as a student at St John's University. After college he became a DJ full-time, and has since toured with artists such as Rich Ross' Maybach Music Group and Nas.
Zeke was recently selected by Red Bull to host their Thr3estyle University Tour on college campuses across the country.
You'll hear Zeke discuss his path to becoming a professional crowd controller, the doubts that come with how to best use your gifts, and that if your plan involves achieving your dreams, you'll achieve them.