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Paul Allen Is No Second Act

By Sally Deneen / January 28, 2009 /

Paul Allen wears a big beard in the old photo. Bill Gates looks like he’s 15. Standing behind them are nine colleagues dressed in tieless plaid shirts or other informal attire in an era when Brooks Brothers suits signified business success. “Microsoft 1978,” the caption says, adding, “Would you have invested?” That little company, of…

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Leading a Relevant Life

By Beth Silcox / January 6, 2009 /

Relevant living leads to success. Taking
ownership of your life, expanding the
good and ditching

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Tony Robbins: Unleashing the Power

By Tony Robbins / December 2, 2008 /

Tony Robbins has coached U.S. presidents, Fortune 500 CEOs, sports and entertainment superstars—all seeking strategies to reach the next level in their lives and careers. People often call upon Robbins to help remove barriers holding them back and to inspire them to take action. This master motivator is equally adept at keeping a crowd of…

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Coveted Wisdom

By Todd Eliason / December 2, 2008 /

Over the past six months, the world has witnessed the financial consequences
of what happens whe

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Making it Big

By Judy Alexandra DiEdwardo / November 4, 2008 /

The unfinished cement floors and 15-foot exposed ceilings of Deutsch Inc. headquarters in lower

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Profiles in Greatness – Gandhi

By Amy Anderson / November 4, 2008 /

Mohandas K. Gandhi spoke several languages. During his lifetime he gave speeches before hundreds of thousands and wrote nearly 100 books. There are numerous quotes by Gandhi that speak of compassion, nonviolence and equality, and most of us have heard at least one, such as, “We need to be the change we wish to see…

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From the Corner Office – Elon Musk

By Mike Seemuth / November 4, 2008 /

One day after his 37th birthday, entrepreneur and multimillionaire Elon Musk is talking busine

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NFL’s Warrick Dunn is Giving Homes for the Holidays

By Don Yaeger / November 4, 2008 /

Thanksgiving night, 2007. In a nationally televised game, Warrick Dunn, the diminutive running

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Zig Ziglar’s Lessons From The Top

By Erin Casey / August 26, 2008 /

From Zig Ziglar’s perspective, success is only real when it encompasses every area of lif

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Greatest Consumer Good Entrepreneurs of All Time

By Michael Garrett / May 6, 2008 /

Estée Lauder 1908-2004 It’s not that the queen of cosmetics, Estée Lauder, didn’t trust others to do the dirty work; she just loved her company so much she insisted on getting her hands dirty with every little detail. Starting with skin creams concocted by her chemist uncle, she sold the products at beauty shops and…

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