Lauren Goldstein joins us for a panel discussion entitled, “Know Your Reader/Define Your Voice.”
Lauren Goldstein, founder of Golden Key Partnership, she specializes in the neuroscience of business and entrepreneurship. She uses cognitive neuroscience to help companies and professionals understand the human mind so they can turn what was once a dream into a legacy. She uses proven neuroscience, business and personal development techniques to help her clients be more effective with their strategy, break out of stagnation, and work smarter, not harder. Through her time in the medical field, in the corporate sector, and now as an entrepreneur her work allows her to use all facets of her experience to strategically help her clients attain success.
She is contributor to Huffington Post Business, Pitch Mentor for ProtoHack, an executive consultant for Rodan and Fields, and is the Connect Chair for the Young Woman’s Alliance here in Austin.
When she’s not consulting, writing, or speaking, you can find her traveling, cooking, exploring the outdoors, enjoying a new neighborhood restaurant, or cozying up with a good book. She is a textbook ENTJ.
What do you value most about your online community?
Comradery, support, creativity, and feeling like I am part of something bigger than myself.
What are some of your favorite blogs to read on a regular basis?
- Seth Godin
- Simon Sinek
- Ted Talks
- Science of People
- Boss Babe
- The Muse
- My own 🙂
What is one piece of advice you’d give someone starting their first blog?
Be real. Someone out there needs to hear/read the raw you. You story could change someone’s life and give them the courage to pay it forward and share their greatness with the world!
How would you like to see online community evolve or change for the better?
I would like to see it evolve into something that champions others, perhaps even a form of mentorship. I do not believe that for anyone to succeed someone else must fail. I believe a rising tide lifts all boats, and through our online communities adopting an attitude of symbiosis, we can all learn from, grow with, and support one another to the greatness we all desire. I do also see value in more transparency. We have all had struggles and missteps and I see tremendous potential in sharing those with others to help people who are struggling to know that it what they may be going through is “normal,” it does happen to the best of us, and it is temporary. Hopefully, through that, we can help them avoid some of the challenges we faced.
Please provide a link to one blog post you’ve written (on any subject) that you are particularly proud of.
What is one blog post you’ve written that you are particularly proud of?