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Why you should listen: The Airbnb story illustrates the power of perseverance in the face of high credit card debt and financial instability. You'll also hear how the founders found creative solutions to their money problems before they hit it big.
Why you should listen: Kevin talks about what it takes to get to the top and how doing anything halfway is a waste of time.
Why you should listen: Nicaila Matthews Okome talks about how she became honest about what she really wanted and how she turned her side hustle into a fulltime business.
Why you should listen: Damon John established his clothing brand, FUBU, in 1992. He began by selling hats outside a mall. Three years later FUBU was doing $350 million in sales.
Why you should listen: John Maxwell and his CEO, Mark Cole, on a leader’s propensity for action and the importance of “doing it now.”
Why you should listen: Janice Bryant Howroyd, entrepreneur, educator, ambassador, businesswoman, author, and mentor. She is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of The ActOne Group, the largest privately held, woman-owned workforce solutions company founded in the U.S.
Why you should listen: Casey is a self-taught video artist that created a show using a camera he bought for $200 and sold it to HBO for $2 million. He has been able to amass an audience of nearly 12 million on YouTube and has become a brand name in advertising and social media.
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