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Clay Hebert

Clay Hebert

Clay is the founder and CEO of Spindows, the world’s first enterprise discovery platform. Spindows helps organizations discover knowledge and skills, helps colleagues discover each other and helps the whole company discover new ideas and innovations. One of the world’s leading crowdfunding experts, Clay has helped 26 entrepreneurs raise over $2.4 million on crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. A popular public speaker, Clay engages audiences around the globe on innovation, creativity, crowdfunding, marketing, entrepreneurship and the future. Clay has been a featured speaker at Mastermind Talks, MisfitConf, Influencer Con, ReINVENT, World Domination Summit, Blogworld, LessConf, Social Fresh, Digital Impact Conference, New York Brand Lab Radio, BlogTalkRadio, New York University and numerous corporate and higher education conferences and workshops. Clay’s work and writing has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Forbes, Lifehacker and Entrepreneur magazine.
TheWorkRevolutionSummit

The way we work isn’t working. Last weekend, Jessica Lawrence, Josh Allan Dykstra and Julia Clow brought together a group of thought leaders and influencers for The Work Revolution Summit, a unique conference discussing the issues around work and culture today. In addition to interesting presentations and panels, there was also a “hackathon” format. Teams […]

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We’re trying something new here at Workshifting. Every month, we’re going to find and publish one video that embodies the ideas we discuss on the blog (anywhere productivity, work-life balance, travel, etc.). In response to Alleah Gogley’s post last week about finding the right work-life fit, we chose a TED Talk from Nigel Marsh as […]

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In my “workshifting career”, I’ve done some interesting things, including: Workshifting from a busy pub during a World Cup semifinal game (I hated being “that guy” but I had a client deliverable due that day.) Workshifting from a White Sox baseball game at U.S. Cellular Field (technically I wasn’t really working, I was drafting my […]

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