The Persistence of Touchpoints in Marketing

By: Carson Sweezy   Journalism is a Grind NPR media correspondent, David Folkenflik spoke to a class of roughly twenty Digital Journalism students at William & Mary on a varying range of topics. Folkenflik, a professional with experience at the national level, brought his insight to the students and provided helpful advice for their endeavors. Underneath … Continue reading The Persistence of Touchpoints in Marketing

Episode 20: Real Estate Investing at 25 with Ryan Goldfarb

Ryan Goldfarb Ryan developed an interest in real estate as a kid, the thought of turning a plot of dirt into a building fascinated him. Architecture interested him, but as he grew older the business side of things exposed him to real estate development and investing.   The Full Podcast     Real Estate Schooling … Continue reading Episode 20: Real Estate Investing at 25 with Ryan Goldfarb

Episode 18- Master Series: The Journey of Award Winning Writer, Sheri Holman

Opportunity  It's a word familiar with every hustler. Everyone that strives to achieve more in life. Full Podcast Interview Below "I Lived Next Door to a Crack House"  "If you don't risk things, you're never going to get anywhere" the Master Series  In this series of GrindDaily, we focus on individuals that have mastered a … Continue reading Episode 18- Master Series: The Journey of Award Winning Writer, Sheri Holman

Episode 16: Student Athlete Graduates to Found Non-Profit, VolunteerAid

Founder of VolunteerAid, Robert Liberatore was a student-athlete at Drexel, where he studied engineering in their co-op program. The co-op program allowed Robert to rotate school with hands on work experience in his major. Even though he enjoyed the concepts of engineering, he realized that he wasn't getting the satisfaction out of the work.   … Continue reading Episode 16: Student Athlete Graduates to Found Non-Profit, VolunteerAid