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.
By Jake Cook
Nancy Duarte on how she went from a college dropout to heading up her own communication firm.
The entrepreneurs and creatives who make a lasting impact often aren’t the most talented, they are the most empathetic.
How a teacher in The Bronx bootstrapped a crowdfunding platform that resulted in $50 million donated to teachers across America.
Avoiding the "traditional path" has served the Ames Bros well. It just took a while.
Insights on staying balanced from a lifelong entrepreneur and venture capitalist.
"Get the hell out of the building" and other advice from a startup veteran.
Can you teach creativity? We talk to Tina Seelig of the Stanford d.school about creating the mindset and environment for incredible innovation.
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.
"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.
We talk to the founder of Facebook's "Analog Research Laboratory" about taking initiative, carving out a niche, and building the job you want.
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.