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The driving principle, more and more, is to create value as the ultimate goal, rather than profit for profit's sake.
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Christine Johnson, president of STAR Chicago, talks about the importance of having passion for what you do.
If you don't entice the audience on stage, you'll fail miserably off stage.
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