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People ask all the time about how I can stand to work with my brother — but our sibling rivalry has helped us build a nearly 8-figure business

Danielle Roberts and her brother Dave don't just see each other at family functions; they co-founded and run an insurance company together.
Dan Schawbel interviews remarkable people on his podcast, "5 Questions with Dan Schawbel."

Social media phenomenon Jay Shetty on his wild journey from monk to entrepreneur — and why he says being depressed is a normal part of a meaning...

Jay Shetty has been a monk, a social media coach for executives, and a producer for The Huffington Post. He spoke to Dan Schawbel about his path.

Want to grow the economy? Tax rich people like me.

In June, venture capitalist Nick Hanauer signed an open letter to 2020 presidential candidates in support of a wealth tax on the super-rich.
Joannie Fu, chief of staff for Intel’s Programmable Solutions Engineering group.

Coworkers said my androgynous look was scaring clients, so I switched jobs and found a boss who helped me accept my true self

When Intel's Joannie Fu came out and asked for ordinary treatment, her boss said: "Why do you want to be ordinary when you can be extraordinary?"
The wrong job isn't always a waste of time.

I thought I made the worst mistake of my career, but 3 things helped me ‘embrace the suck’ and move forward

Emile Lee moved to from Toronto to Seoul right after college for a job he ended up hating. Here's how he got his career back on track.

A 35-year-old CEO who sold his first startup for $1 billion says he relied on alcohol for years to escape facing his life. Here’s why he’s...

As a young founder in high-stress situations, Justin Kan says he often used alcohol to escape facing things. Without it, he's happier than ever.
Justin Kan of Atrium.

A CEO who sold his first startup for $1 billion explains how to build a company and stay happy at the same time

Justin Kan of Atrium on how staying in your Zone of Genius — the things you love to do that give you energy — is key to happiness.
Alex Gellman, CEO and co-founder of Vertical Bridge.

Opinion: If the US is serious about the race for 5G leadership, the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint should move forward

Alex Gellman, CEO of Vertical Bridge, writes that the T-Mobile/Sprint merger should go ahead if the US is serious about the race for 5G leadership.
Oliver Yonchev, the US managing director of Social Chain.

The most powerful emotion in marketing may surprise you — and more brands need to tap into it, according to an expert in social influencer ...

Oliver Yonchev says that marketers who put one emotion at the forefront of their decision-making will win the hearts and minds of this generation.
Dr. Greg Reid.

I interviewed 100 of the world’s wealthiest people and learned 4 tricks that explain how the super-rich get to the top — and stay there

Dr. Greg Reid interviewed billionaires and millionaires who shared money-making concepts that are so powerful, they'll challenge your imagination.