Kinfolk Issue Fifteen
Introducing the Entrepreneurs Issue
For the Entrepreneurs Issue, we explore the motivation and innovation that drives the spirit of entrepreneurship in our workplaces, as well as provide inspiration to balance our regular workdays with more leisure time.
After all, we’re all budding entrepreneurs in one way or another, whether we own a small business, have grand plans for starting one or just enjoy daydreaming about leaving the corporate world. Whether you’re working in an artistic field as a maker and doer, crunching numbers or saving lives, creativity can be found in all pursuits.
While Kinfolk often focuses on the choices we make outside of work hours, this issue gives the same mindful attention to the time spent improving our professional selves.
160 pages, offset-printed and perfect bound, full color on uncoated paper. Printed in Canada.
Publication date: March 3rd, 2015
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Issue Fifteen Stories
Alain de Botton is an author and thinker who uses every possible avenue to apply eras from history, art and literature to everyday problems.
Family. Quality. Service. History. Soul. New York. Community. Few businesses embody these qualities as perfectly as the 101-year-old Russ & Daughters.
Sharing bikes, swapping homes and lending funds to small businesses: These three companies make a living through temporary transactions.
With so many people turning to the internet for a modern sense of community, the challenge becomes connecting those users in real life too.