Takeaway: Ava DuVernay
Southwest: The Magazine | When it comes to career changes, the Oscar-nominated director says embrace the small steps.
Banish Email Anxiety
Southwest: The Magazine | Productivity pro Jocelyn Glei strategizes ways to help you gain control of your inbox.
Takeaway: Kendra Scott
Southwest: The Magazine | The jewelry mogul measures success not in money earned, but in dollars given away.
Break Up With Your Phone
Southwest: The Magazine | A better relationship starts with less screen time, says behavior guru Catherine Price.
Takeaway: Melinda Gates
Southwest: The Magazine | Don’t be afraid to embrace imperfections, says the author and philanthropist.
Takeaway: Tim Ferriss
Southwest: The Magazine | The entrepreneur, author, and podcast host says success isn’t about achievements.
Takeaway: Sarah Kauss
Southwest: The Magazine | The key to avoiding a watered-down brand is patience, says the S’well CEO.
Master the Art of Networking
Southwest: The Magazine | Behavior expert Vanessa Van Edwards reveals the secrets to making better connections.
Takeaway: Don Katz
Southwest: The Magazine | Change is possible when companies “activate caring,” says the Audible CEO.
San Antonio Magazine | The family behind Bexar Goods Co. has earned a loyal fan base in the Alamo City for their handmade leather products. This summer, they take on their next challenge in the form of a vintage Airstream turned mobile boutique.
Person of Interest: Kathy Mays Johnson
San Antonio Magazine | For Kathy Mays Johnson, giving back is a family affair. Early on, her parents Lowry and Peggy Pitman Mays, founders of Clear Channel, instilled a spirit of giving in their four children. Today, as president of the Mays Family Foundation, she continues to point people and nonprofits in the right direction.