Rex Kurzius is used to overcoming adversity, going back to a time that his greatest stress should’ve been losing a video game.
After retiring, this serial entrepreneur wanted back in the game, and his business philosophy hasn’t changed: Strive to make an impact in the lives of employees and customers.
After an injury cost him millions, Jaylon Smith didn’t know if he would ever play football again. But he wasn’t deterred.
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‘Hypergiant is a different beast. It’s not my intent to ever sell it. This is my legacy.’
Brandon Steiner is an incredibly successful entrepreneur who revolutionized the sports memorabilia industry, turning a venture that began in 1987 with “$4,000, a Mac computer and an intern” into Steiner Sports.
Maria Menounos thought she was busy. During her final semester at Boston’s Emerson College in the spring of 2000, Menounos took a full slate of classes, worked full-time as a reporter for Channel One News—often traveling for interviews during the week—and finished first runner-up for the title of Miss Massachusetts. And she still graduated. That…
A Canadian volunteer brings SUCCESS for Teens to a new audience—the visually impaired.
Championship coach Tony Dungy and his wife Lauren are spreading a positive message to kids.