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Hitting Every Green Light

Elliott Clark’s life resembles that of a Fortune 500 CEO. Rarely in the same city for more than two days, much less the same time zone, the 29-year-old works with the biggest brands in the world while ferrying himself from one hotel to the next.


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Don’t Believe The Hype

Am I great? The world seems to say I am. I only realized the potential of my gifts when I turned to help others. There’s a story there, I think, but not one our world is comfortable telling.

Friends With Benefits

The antidote to friendship, however, is not more of it. And it’s certainly not more connectivity. It’s a better, different and more demanding set of relationships.

My Self-Administered Sabbatical

What do you do when there’s nothing to do? When nobody’s telling you what to do. When the only event on your calendar is a dentist appointment in two weeks.

What is it? Fundamentally it values truth and the honest process of seeking it. I have always admired the quality of the people it produces.

The Audacity

A close friend once told me to run fully to something that fulfils an absence as opposed to running away from something causing distress. Four years later, I think I finally understand what it means.

The Hedonic Treadmill

My story represents both life and reality in New America. I can build and sell a half-million-dollar business by age 22 but still feel like I’m not doing enough.

Whac-A-Mole: An Entrepreneur’s Reality

This isn’t a rant against entrepreneurship. Rather, a rant against going into it too early or for the wrong reasons. My pessimism comes from a near-epic failure in my first business.

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