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"I love to compete. I want to get out there and kick your ass in the business world. That is what inspires me."
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"I'm inspired by the Empire State Building. Probably not many people know that it was built in one year and 45 days."
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"When I see people bridging the gap between the limitations that the 'real world' imposes and what they realize they can manifest."
"The secret to success lies in the gap between dream and reality."
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