October's Starting Line Up by Jenna Abdou

From coding schools to visual shopping apps, and Fortune 50 companies October was an incredibly special month in the 33voices community.  

Here are the conversations that had our viewers talking: 

Listen: Linda Rottenberg, Co-Founder and CEO of Endeavor   
Watch: Dawn Fotopulos, Author of Accounting for the Numerophobic  


Listen: Shane Snow, Co-Founder of Contently and Author of Smartcuts: How Hackers, Innovators, and Icons Accelerate Success
Listen: Nir Eyal, Author of Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products  

Watch: Jordan Kretchmer, Founder and CEO of Livefyre 
Listen: Bill McDermott, CEO of SAP and author of The Winners Dream

Watch: Brian Bordainick, Founder and CEO of DinnerLab
Listen: Robbie Vorhaus, Author of One Less. One More. Follow Your Heart. Be Happy. Change Slowly.


Listen: Marty Neumeier, Director of Transformation at Liquid Agency  
Watch: Neil Capel, Founder and CEO of Sailthru 

Watch: Alan Johnson, Co-Founder of Treehouse  
Watch: Oisin Hanrahan and Umang Dua, co-founders of Handy 

Tweet us or a leave a comment with the most beneficial lesson you learned this month for a chance to be featured in our weekly newsletter. 

Further Reading
  • How MeUndies Made Merchandising Their Competitive Advantage — When MeUndies thinks about their underwear subscription service they compare themselves to Netflix. What the streaming pioneer did for TV, the Los Angeles startup wants to do to your underwear drawer. The goal is to provide monthly subscribers with the staples they love while delivering elements of surprise - Think briefs with donuts and dinosaurs - right to your doorstep.
  • Michael Serbinis: What I've Learned — Visionary Entrepreneur, investor and CEO and Founder of the new healthcare startup, LEAGUE, Michael Serbinis shares what he learned building three disruptive startups, selling two of them and working with Kimbal and Elon Musk.
  • Seedling Relies on Childhood Curiosity to Inspire a Creative Team — On a recent flight home, I spent over an hour browsing a children’s play website, completely enamored by sets like Design Your Own Superhero Cape and Invent Your Own Insects. After sharing Seedling with everyone I know, despite few of my friends having children, I wondered why the brand struck a such a meaningful chord with me.

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