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Always Saying “I’m Sorry” Reveals How Sorry We Truly Are

“‘I’m Sorry’ is used to denote status as in ‘I’m of less status than you.’ It’s an unconscious establishing of ‘I know where my role is’.” Why do we sputter out the phrase, “I’m sorry” whenever we unwittingly find ourselves… More

Humans of Impact Hub: Nate Botelho

“I found climbing really early on in my life and it’s something that has stuck with me throughout the years. The sport itself is always changing both in what people are capable of, and how the sport evolves on a… More

Happy Birthday to W.E.B. DuBois

It’s the 150th birthday of Massachusetts’ own Dr. W.E.B. DuBois. Dr. Du Bois was one of America’s greatest scholars, writers, and thinkers. In 1903, he wrote “The problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color-line,” by which… More

Nick Patel of Wellable Talks About Growing a Healthcare Startup with Coworking and Community

Growing a startup can be a journey with many ups and downs. Managing growth the smart way is among the key challenges. When your industry is dynamic and facing rapid evolution, that growth challenge is even more important to manage… More

Chien-Chi Huang is Advancing Asian Women’s Health Through Education

Chien-Chi Huang is the founder of Asian Breast Cancer Project and is presently the Executive Director of Asian Women for Health, a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing Asian women’s health and wellness through education, advocacy and support. Was there a… More

The Distractions of Working from Home

Is working from home really all it’s touted as? What about the distractions, the loneliness, the need for community and networking that you can’t get at your kitchen table? Recently, we asked Bostonians who work from home about the craziest… More

Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Coworking!

Superman needed The Daily Planet, Batman needed all of Gotham and you need Impact Hub Boston.  Without which, being a cape crusader and crushing your startup goals would have less meaning and purpose. Saving the day looks good on a… More

Productivity or Pandemonium?

In today’s entrepreneurial and out-of-the-box-thinking culture, coffeeshops have become the sought after venue to meet, work, chat and think.  It’s a go-to for those in desperate need of a reprieve from the walls of their home office as well as… More

Rachel Murray and She Geeks Out

Rachel Murray has managed websites and web teams for a variety of organizations from small to large in the US and overseas for the last fifteen years, including at the World Health Organization in Geneva. She’s worn many professional hats,… More