When the New York Times Sunday edition claims your company “is also the rare kind that could make a difference in people’s lives” you know you might be onto something.
From having reports stalking my apartment building to my Mom receiving phone calls on my childhood home phone number to offers of money in exchange for more information, it was a wild weekend. Learned a lot about journalism and how things go viral and am still processing it all.
I recently discussed some of the bigger ideas behind being a Philanthropreneur with the Mays School of Business at Texas A&M, my alma mater. It was great to be able to share some of the motivations I have behind the concept of marrying the hustle of the entrepreneur and the selfless passion of the social change causes that are sweeping our generation. There is so much room to innovate and think bigger, it is a blast to be a part of the discussion.
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As the idea of location based experiences continues to emerge as “a potential multi-billion dollar idea” there is more and more interest in how to do it right. CNBC explores some of those ideas and spent some time with Gowalla CTO Scott Raymond discussing privacy. (VIDEO)
I made my cameo appearance in this piece as well as I debuted my modeling, shopping, and checking in skills at Paul Frank in New York City.
The highlight of that experience was after we finished shooting the B-Roll footage of me rocking my pocket square and Gowalla check-in, another shopper walked up to me and asked in all seriousness, “Are you Paul Frank?”Tweet