Many relate money to power, success, fame, freedom and many other things, but only a few realize that, at the…
Ms. Chen is a young social entrepreneur with a dream to save one million babies by inventing a baby warmer…
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Peter Mikulak was a contractor with a passion for art. Due to the housing market crash in 2009, Peter decided to go all out with his artist career.
When an inmate leaves prison, they basically have three choices for work: 1) Low-paying job, probably working for an employer who doesn’t care about or value/respect them., 2) Resort to illegal means to make money, such as robbery and drug dealing., 3) Start a business and working for themselves. San Quentin Prison is helping to steer them toward #3.
Veronika, CEO/Founder of The Empowerment Plan based in Detroit, USA, is an inspirational figure in social entrepreneurship. Here’s why: Her business makes coats for the homeless, and she employs homeless women. Inspirational.
Kevin Garnett plans to play 2 more NBA seasons and want to end it in Minnesota. Upon his retirement, he plans to buy the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Robert Swanson left corporate America and pursue his passion for breeding Golden Retrievers. This is his epic story.
All successful businesses have this in common: Great leadership. Here are 10 of the most inspirational business leaders from recent times.
There are 1440 minutes in each and every day. While our days will always be numbered, the following 3 success stories might just make tomorrow feel like you have a few extra hours to pursue your dreams.
While business goes on as usual with the latest iPhone 6 release a little over a month ago, Apple’s embroiled in one of the biggest international tax scandals in US history.
If you’re from North America, Europe, or the UK, you’ll be shocked at the service levels that Acer, South Africa is offering Tshwane University of Technology. Is this a step in the right direction for improved service levels, or a clever branding move on the part of the 4th largest PC vendor on the planet?
So many millionaires and billionaires espouse a boundless “whatever it takes to get there” work ethic. Listen to what these guys have to say about the other things that swirled about in their minds throughout their road to riches, and what they feel sets them apart from those who can’t seem to find the same successes in life.
John Paul DeJoria shares his story when he was working in a cleaner shop, earning $1.25 an hour. A priceless life lesson about success.