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Ryan Larry

President & Co-Founder Versebooks Inc

Atlanta Area

Member Since December 2021


Creative Strategy
Emerging Markets
Music Production


Executive music and film producer/writer from Columbus Ohio with entrepreneurial skills in marketing strategy. Avid blockchain enthusiast & tech investor. Rolling Stone Culture Council Member.

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12 Reasons Why You Should Slow Down When Growing Your Business

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Slow growth may seem counterintuitive, but it could actually lead you to greater success. When you first get into business, you may think you need to build your business and turn a profit as fast as you can, but according to the members of Rolling Stone Culture Council, there’s certainly an argument — or at least 12 — to be made for slow growth. While growing quickly may seem like the fastest way to reach success, slowing down and taking your time may actually be the key to long-term sustainability. Below, each member explains one reason why you should opt for growing slowly when building your business and why they believe that’s the best path for success.

12 Go-To Sources of Inspiration When You Need a Creative Boost

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When you feel like your creativity has dried up, these resources may get your thoughts flowing again. As many creative minds will tell you, creativity isn’t something that is just “always on.” Rather, creativity comes in waves, ebbing and flowing each day in what can often seem like random intervals. When you run a business that relies on innovation, however, it can be difficult to wait for inspiration to strike. To get your creativity flowing, you’ll need to seek out your own sources of inspiration. Below, a panel of Rolling Stone Culture Council experts share their own go-to sources of inspiration and how you can regain your own creativity by leveraging them yourself.

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How to Gain Your Business Partner’s Trust (Even if They Had a Bad Past Experience)

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Managing expectations and trust are key to resolving baggage from a previous business partnership. Going into business with a new partner is an opportunity to explore fresh perspectives and exciting ideas. However, if your new business partner is still toting baggage from a previous partnership, it could derail your collaborative journey.  To keep past experiences from standing in the way of future success, business partners must learn how to manage expectations. Below, 10 Rolling Stone Culture Council members offer fellow business leaders their best advice for building trust with their new partners, especially if those partners are wary of getting burned again.

Company details

Versebooks Inc

Company bio

Music Based NFT Marketplace focused on AR & VR development in the metaverse space.



Area of focus


Company size

2 - 10