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From Martha Stewart to Steve Madden, Here Are Some of the Most Famous Entrepreneurs Who Served Prison Time
Some of the world's most famous faces have had serious run-ins with the law.
Reintegrating the formerly incarcerated into society isn't just right. It's good for the economy, too.
Defy Ventures challenges convicted criminals to become CEO of their new life from behind bars.
Even incarcerated felons can get funding for a startup business if they know where to look.
This transformation coach breaks down how to change your mindset and change your life.
Being on both sides of the cell door, I know there's a lot that CEOs can learn from their prison counterparts.
You thought prison slang was reserved for hardened convicts and characters of 'Orange is the New Black'?
Ex-cons are generally at least as likely as everybody else to be good employees and much more likely to be loyal to their employer.
Billy McFarland defrauded investors of tens of millions of dollars.
Think about it: They're expert bootstrappers, comfortable with unknown situations and likely to have a healthy disregard for 'the rules.'
There is no limit to what a person can overcome with enough effort, but what you're born into has a lot to do with how much that will be.