Kinfolk – Issue 15
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 throwing caution to the wind to make donuts full-time. Whether you’re working in an artistic field as a maker and doer, crunching numbers or saving lives, creativity can be found in all our 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. As mom would say, “If you love what you do, you’ll never have to work another day in your life.”
Stories you’ll find in Kinfolk Issue Fifteen:
- Defining the Entrepreneur: We ask more than a dozen renowned business folk what the spirit of entrepreneurship means to them.
- In Praise of Slowness: Thanks to author and thinker Carl Honoré, we feature an excerpt from his breakthrough tome and interview the master of Slow about how the pace of life is changing.
- The Coffee Menu: Caffeination is transformed into edible goodies such as Chocolate-Covered Coffee Bean Brownies, Espresso-Chili Rubbed Steak and Roasted Baby Beets with a Coffee-Balsamic Glaze
- The Psychology of List Making: An informational article that explains the neuroscience behind our urge to order our days
- A Sense of Spaces: Five companies in Copenhagen reveal how they use their senses to help welcome their customers.
- The Language of Limbs: A photo essay that explores the way our bodies silently communicate their true meaning.
- Community Entrepreneurs: A 20-page feature that highlights the work socially minded businesses are doing globally to bring people together.
- The Solace of Sunday Night: We explore the best ways to spend the calm before the weekdays’ storm.
“When we want to make a change in the world, we can sometimes feel pressured to keep achieving when what we really need is a break to slow down and focus on our personal goals.”
Nathan Williams & Georgia Frances King
IMPORTANT EXPLANATORY NOTE
Due to the really bad Euro rate, compared to the US Dollar, if had to pay way more for ordering the copies of Kinfolk. That’s why I had to raise the price of each issue from 18 Euros to 20 Euros. I’m sorry for that! Thank you for your understanding.