Sean Blanda is a writer based in New York City and is the former Editor-in-Chief and Director of 99U. Find him on Twitter: @SeanBlanda.
Negotiating for your salary can be an awkward experience, but only if you’re not prepared.
By Sean Blanda
Would you work at a company where your salary is disclosed? One company's quest to “default to transparency” in all possible cases.
Matt Rogers on (literally) moving mountains for design and how to ship important products.
Balancing boundary-pushing side projects and client work requires a structure for innovation.
Reed discusses taking an Internet vacation after helping reelect President Obama and other ways to decompress after a big project.
Creative projects often require us to pick up new skills – and fast. Learn how the Flatiron School accelerates the learning process through collaboration.
Obey the "two pizza" rule and other ways to plan for the future, as inspired by Amazon's CEO.
<br>How Yael Cohen and F Cancer create a great workplace culture, even when routinely working with one of the world's most serious topics. <br>
<br>Haggling is a drag, but so is being a serial under-earner. Why negotiating is crucial to long-term success and key tips for doing it better.<br>
<br>Build a community of fans and customers before you release your work to dramatically increase your chances of success and be lightyears ahead of your peers.<br>
<br>After studying how children best succeed, author and journalist Paul Tough determined the character traits that most often lead to happy adult lives.<br>
<br>The road to helping others understand and accept our ideas starts with storytelling. A look at how narratives inspire empathy and loyalty.<br>