Pete Cashmore on Finding Your Own Success and Not Mimicking Others
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Young entrepreneurs are not only shaping our future, they are influencing our present as well. Pete Cashmore, founder of Mashable.com and June 2013’s SUCCESS cover figure, is no exception. He is giving a voice to millions who are seeking to make a better life for themselves and others in the world through digital innovation. Cashmore sat with former SUCCESS Publisher Darren Hardy to share his personal story of success and the reasons he is so passionate about digital media.
This interview appears on the SUCCESS Talks Collection, available in the June 2013 edition of SUCCESS magazine.
“One of the things that is good about entering a new industry when you’re fairly young is you don’t have any of the preconceptions of how things should be, so you just do it the most obvious way. And that can actually be quite refreshing and can bring new ideas to the table.”
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Cecilia Meis is the editorial director for SUCCESS and a digital nomad. She writes about other digital nomads, solopreneurs and the future of work.
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