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Billionaire AOL cofounder Steve Case says he waited 10 years for the moment he realized his company was a success
AOL founding CEO Steve Case said that when America Online went public, "no one cared." It took a decade of work before he realized AOL was a success.
Gawker’s former president explains how she told 200 people the company was going bankrupt without making them hate her for it
Daily Beast CEO and former Gawker president Heather Dietrick had to help guide Gawker's staff through its final six months.
Grammy-winning DJ Afrojack says a key insight allowed him to go from performing to building and running his own company
Afrojack tells himself and his managers to "be neutral" and separate ego from decision making.
Retired 4-star Gen. Stanley McChrystal explains how the realization the US was losing the Iraq War in 2004 led to the transformation of special operat...
Gen. Stanley McChrystal said fighting Al Qaeda in Iraq taught him how to be a better leader.
Bestselling author Dan Brown says his hit ‘The Da Vinci Code’ taught him a fundamental lesson about success
Dan Brown's first three novels went from failures to bestsellers after "The Da Vinci Code" exploded, showing him quality is not enough for success.
The author of ‘The Da Vinci Code’ nearly crumbled under the weight of 250 million readers’ expectations — until he reminded hi...
To become one of the world's bestselling authors, Dan Brown had to learn to ignore the noise around him.
When the CEO who took over Burger King at 32 got the job, the first thing he did was learn to make hamburgers
Daniel Schwartz toured Burger King locations throughout the world when he took the CEO job.
Grammy-winning DJ Afrojack says 10 years of working with celebrities like Pitbull and Nicki Minaj has taught him the most important trait for anyone i...
DJ Afrojack said that at even the highest levels of show business, everyone notices the celebrities who look down on people.
The CEO who took over Burger King at age 32 learned that any major problem at work usually boils down to one of 3 reasons
Restaurant Brands International's CEO says it is vital to identify whether a problem is caused by owners, strategy, or people in the wrong positions.
Retired 4-star Gen. Stanley McChrystal tells a story about a battalion commander in a backward T-shirt to illustrate his top 2 pieces of leadership ad...
Gen. Stanley McChrystal said that every leader must have empathy and self-discipline.