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Mike Peters' Rollercoaster Journey from Young Millionaire to Flat Broke to Running a $1 Billion-Plus Business

Problem solver, entrepreneur, and philanthropist Mike Peters shares his story for the first time.

Leadership Lessons From NASA Pioneer Katherine Johnson, Who Just Turned 100

The groundbreaking mathematician portrayed in the film 'Hidden Figures' prioritized hard work and team work to solve big problems.

Why This CEO Fired Himself

After some soul-searching, this CEO needed to identify what he was good at. And that meant no longer being a CEO.

Solve Your Startup Problems Faster by Implementing These 3 Strategies

Critically thinking about your business challenges can help achieve long-term success

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