Entries by Peggy Borgman

June Mentor of the Month: Karol Hines

Karol Hines has spent five years as a volunteer supporting the development and growth of the entrepreneurial community in Northern Nevada. Today, she serves as the Executive Director of Entrepreneurs Assembly. (EA) In addition to serving as a volunteer #mentor with EA, she was a board member of both NCET and Entrepreneurship Nevada, curated the […]

Lunchbox Learning: Secrets of Authentic Audience-Building for Your Blog

A successful blog is usually at the center of a good content strategy, and a must for creatives, freelancers and solopreneurs who are positioning themselves as thought leaders and experts. In the online world, “Content is King,” and the key to developing an audience. Compelling, original, high-quality content is vital to a powerful online presence […]

Mentor Moment: Howard Treadaway

Howard Treadaway is a manufacturing consultant who brings more than twenty-five years of experience to the Adams Hub mentoring team. Howard helps entrepreneurs and growing companies bring their inventions and prototypes into production, and enables existing small businesses make the transition into larger-scale manufacturing. With a deep understanding of cost engineering, lean manufacturing and total […]

Letter from an Adams Hub Intern

Dear Adams Hub Newsletter Readers, For the past three months, I’ve had the pleasure of interning here at Adams Hub for innovation, where the atmosphere is alive with entrepreneurial excitement! Whether the conference rooms are occupied by community influencers recording a podcast, entrepreneurs conducting a training session for their new web application, or builders discussing […]

How to Research Almost Anything: Lunchbox Learning Class April 27, 12-1 p.m.

If you’ve tried to do vital #business research using Google and Wikipedia, you may have discovered that the “good stuff,” accurate, professionally-vetted data, is behind paywalls. One such premium database is ReferenceUSA. The Research Ninjas of the #Carson City Library utilize ReferenceUSA and other premium tools on Wednesdays and Fridays while helping #entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, startups […]

Cultivating Emotional Balance Workshop with Molly Dahl: Work-Life Balance is Possible!

On Monday, April 24, from 5:30-7:30 p.m., author and #meditation instructor Molly Dahl is bringing a new workshop to Carson City, designed to help participants create healthier, more balanced lives. Dahl, whose 2015 book Youth Positive, Exploring the Unique Genius of Every 21st Century Adolescent shared emotional-balance tactics for teens, is now setting her sights […]

NewE Entrepreneurial Readiness Intensive kicks off April 19

with Alex Ellison, Executive Envisioner, New Entrepreneur Network (NewE) Enthusiastic. Quick to notice opportunity. Solution-oriented. Improvement-oriented. Effective communicator. Are these qualities that describe a successful entrepreneur? Or are these qualities that might be found in a job description on Craigslist? They’re both. Countless studies have been conducted, and articles written, about the key traits of […]