Spark some inspiration from these individuals' real-life business experiences.
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The most successful people credit their success to the persisting energy bolts of action that we call 'habits.'
Ready To Launch
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A former DJ at one of New York's largest hip-hop radio stations shares how he blazed a path to success.
Fred Olsen is both the owner of Timex and its most successful watch designer. He's also a world-class sailor and an oil industry pioneer, and was rumored to have inspired a Simpsons character.
The best way to get ahead in business? Learn from others with these personal looks into their motivations, successes, failures and lessons learned.
When meeting with a prospective client or employer, you need to be able to tell stories, relate and illustrate your success.
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If I Knew Then
For our series, 'If I Knew Then,' the Twitter co-founder and Jelly Industries CEO says that while success isn't guaranteed with emotional investment, you're more likely to fail without it.
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The real-estate mogul and startup investor knows how to fail -- and she's not afraid to do it.
Control What You Can
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