Great Minds in Business
When Abe Geary proposed to his girlfriend by painting the words 'Marry me?' on the side of his brother's white boxer, a venture now known as PetPaint was born.
In 1994, Jeff Bezos was already what many would consider extremely successful. The youngest-ever senior vice president at Wall Street investment banker D.E. Shaw & Co.
The queen of talk didn't let sexual abuse, poverty or racism hold her back. She's a media mogul with a soft spot for people and a penchant for following her instincts.
Russell Simmons didn't invent rap. But he did play a leading role in the music's astonishing success.
When Ray Kroc was a child, his father took him to a phrenologist--a practitioner who claimed he could predict the future by reading the bumps on a person's head.
In 1978, when co-founders Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank stated that they wanted to make The Home Depot the Sears Roebuck of the home-improvement industry, a lot of people laughed at them.
Einstein & Business
His accomplishments are inspiring, but it's his methods that are truly legendary.
Don't let your inspiration wither away. Find out how to take a concept and turn it into a saleable product that consumers crave.
You don't have to be a theoretical physicist to share a few character traits with Albert Einstein. Heck, you don't even have to know what theoretical physics means.
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