Breweries are a common watering hole for people in Northwest Arkansas, but Bentonville’s Bike Brewing Company saw a unique group of people gather the last Friday of March. The Arkansas Fellowship held its first ever Fellow Reunion, reuniting past Fellows from across the state for an evening of storytelling, street tacos, and (of course) beer. […]
As my time in the Fellowship comes to an end, I can say one thing for sure: I have gained knowledge, friends and mentors I will have for the rest of my life. Knowledge comes in many forms, and from many directions. The knowledge I have gained from this experience comes in many forms. Of […]
Will joined the first class of the Arkansas Fellowship in the spring of 2014; Erin joined the second class the next year. Fast forward to the spring of 2018, and Erin has created millions of dollars in value for her host company while Will has empowered local clients through his own digital marketing agency, The […]
Coming to the end of my second year, the Arkansas Fellowship has afforded me the chance to reflect on the highlights and hard lessons of beginning my professional career. Here are the wisdoms from both the Arkansas Fellowship and my position at Collective Bias that have left the biggest impressions on me. It’s all about […]
by Anna Conard.
The mission of Little Rock-based Few is two-fold: making apps and “building creative community.” Their latest effort on the community-building front is the “Public Figures” event series, showcasing different people who do interesting, creative work in Arkansas. I’ve only heard good things about the Made by Few conference (coming back in this year!), so I […]
With graduation just around the corner, the next step is top of mind for college seniors. Some apply to graduate schools; others start looking for post-graduate employment. I was one of those students, scared after a lifetime of moving from one level of education to the next that I wouldn’t know exactly where to […]
One of the most underrated aspects that startups fail to consider during initial periods is implementing a policy that supports diversity and inclusion. It’s very easy for leaders to overlook or not even consider these nuances when they’re sourcing people to help lead their organizations. A common misconception people believe when they hear buzzwords such […]
“The unexamined life is not worth living,” says Socrates. Although brutal, this dictum yields an important lesson: How can we better ourselves without reflecting on our thoughts and past actions? In any situation that didn’t turn out the way I expected, whether an interaction with a coworker turned sour or a project failed, I asked […]
“The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun.” – Christopher McCandless. I can’t think of a better quote than this one from my favorite book and movie, Into the […]
by Dylan Edgell.
Strategy is the identification of core problems and how those problems are to be resolved. In the book Good Strategy / Bad Strategy: The Difference and Why it Matters, Richard Rumelt claims “bad strategy” is the norm and “good strategy” (or strategy) is the exception and hard to come by. Whether someone is an entrepreneur […]