As Randi Zuckerberg writes in her book, Dot Complicated, attention comes at a premium in our wired world. We don't have to look far to see how valuable our presence really is, everywhere, but especially at home and at work where ourShow More Summary
With a wildly successful social media platform and a content production company between them, it's safe to say the Zuckerberg siblings know a thing or... Read more: Quit Your Day Job, Oxygen Media, Reality TV, Entrepreneurship, Hpvideo, HuffPost Live 321 News
If you've always had an entrepreneurial itch you've been meaning to scratch, you're in luck. Tech mogul, business leader, and bestselling author Randi Zuckerberg is a host of the new show Quit Your Day Job on Oxygen. The series features millenial entrepreneurs looking to pitch their innovative ideas to angel financiers. Show More Summary
'Quit Your Day Job,' which premieres on Wednesday, March 30th, gives young entrepreneurs the opportunity to score big investment dollars.
I have been thinking about busyness since my Randi Zuckerberg post as well as Raven Rambling’s post about realizing why she overschedules herself. She writes about how she overcommits in order to feel needed, and I realized reading it that I do the exact.same.thing: It makes for a very busy life, but I like to […]
I read an interesting article last week from a Facebook link about how you can segment your life into 5 big sections: work, sleep, family, fitness, or friends. According to Randi Zuckerberg’s 2011 tweet, entrepreneurs (and… um… I’d probably use a more inclusive “everyone” since entrepreneurs do not magically have a more limited time base […]
The Zuckerberg Media founder and CEO has partnered with NBCUniversal's kids' network Sprout and The Jim Henson Co. to bring 'Dot.,' the story about a tech-savvy young girl, to television. read more
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A townhouse in the West Village has just sold for a whopping $22.3 million, and rumors are swirling that the mysterious buyer is either billionaire Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg or his sister, Randi Zuckerberg. According to property records...Show More Summary
Photos via DeLeon Realty Back in May, Randi Zuckerberg listed her Los Altos six-bedroom Georgian for $5.488 million, turning heads with her famous last name and her adventurous taste in wallpaper. The neoclassical abode, which shares its grassy lot with...
Randi Zuckerberg, CEO of Zuckerberg Media and sister to Facebook chief Mark, has sold her Los Altos home for $6.549 million, according to Redfin. The home sold only one week after being listed for $5.488 million, property records show. Show More Summary
The phrase "work-life balance" is surprisingly controversial, sparking heated debates among dedicated employees, hard-working parents and people who fall into both camps. Is it a goal worth striving for, an unrealistic and unattainable...Show More Summary
Randi Zuckerberg, sister of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, has recently listed her colorful Los Altos home for $5.488 million, according to Realtor.com. Though the exterior of the 2006 Georgian mansion is unobjectionable, there are definitely some interesting design choices inside, like the lipstick-print wallpaper, orange drapes and three unrelated sets of chairs in the dining
Zuckerberg Media CEO (and sister of Mark) Randi Zuckerberg has listed her Los Altos abode for $5.488 million. The Georgian-style home has six bedrooms, six-point-five bathrooms, and pink and purple lipstick-print wallpaper that tries hard to, but does not quite,...
Randi Zuckerberg, CEO of Zuckerberg Media and sister to Facebook chief Mark, has listed her Los Altos home for $5.488 million, Realtor.com reports. You'll find plenty of bold colors inside this home, from deep purple bookshelves to a lipstick-print wallpaper in the dining room. Show More Summary
With Facebook now nearly four years in her past, this mother of two puts herself out there when it comes to her career. Here's how she says you can rock both work and life.