YOLO SOLO: Thriving as a Solopreneur

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As the gig economy starts to reach its stride, an increasing number of professionals are choosing to start a business with no intention of scaling up and adding staff. Known as “solopreneurs,” they share some etymological similarities with entrepreneurs, but […]

January 2018: Redefining the Game

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  New Year. New Game. At Pregame, we don’t make resolutions. We achieve goals. Our magazine is about redefining success by asking the right questions, and our events are dedicated to creating success by providing the right guidance. Success can mean […]

Employers, Employees, Independent Contractors, and Intellectual Property: Whose Right is it Anyway?

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If you’re a creative employee, you may be wondering who owns the intellectual property rights to your creations. Employee-created assets can involve all types of intellectual property, including trademarks, logos, designs, illustrations, literary works, photographs, software, and even plants. The […]

Gratitude-Inspired Living: From FOMO to MOFO

Yasmin Nguyen

Yasmin Nguyen is a thought leader, speaker, podcast host, and veteran entrepreneur of 17 years. He is committed to inspiring over 1 million acts of gratitude to grow magnificent relationships, businesses, and communities. In 1978, at the age of 5, he, his […]

The Business of Art: Amy Kisch + Heather Zises

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Amy Kisch and Heather Zises are the art editors of Pregame Magazine. As experts, curators, and advocates, they help artists navigate the art world and support emerging talent. Amy Kisch is the Founder of AKArt, where she is an independent art […]