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Become a millionaire? Become famous? To prove yourself? Cross those nutty reasons off your list. Right now.
If I Knew Then
Saujani is on track to educate 10,000 students by the end of 2015.
When, at age 39, Jon Loew was given two months to live he recorded videos for his kids to watch at a future date. After he made a miraculous recovery, he took that idea and turned it into a video sharing service.
The news comes just four months after Valeant Pharmaceuticals acquired Sprout for $1 billion.
An unblinking focus is required to see an idea through to success.
Starting a business requires thoughtful reflection. The more time you put up front into evaluating an opportunity, the greater your odds of success will be.
Starting a Business
Running a business is not easy, but there are ways to manage outcomes.
People don't succeed because they know more but because they are confident they can learn more.
Wake up early, forget the concept of "weekend,'' work when others enjoy the company of friends or entertainment, remind yourself you'll enjoy life later.
High school dropout is usually synonymous with impoverished but no diploma was no barrier for some of the world's most successful people.
Tompkins also co-founded Esprit, but turned his back on the business world in the 1990s to focus on his conservation efforts.
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