QVC host Susan Graver is one of the world’s top fashion designers and retailers. She shares what she’s learned about building a thriving business.
We had to know what’s SUP after receiving an email that read, “In July 2010, at 46 years old, I took a BOLD move, quit my 19+ year safe and secure job with the Florida Lottery and started living my dream.” That got our attention. We had to know more.
He’s inspired millions of people around the world to follow their passions with his best-selling “Chicken Soup for the Soul” series of books. Find out how Mark Victor Hansen is doing his best to get America back on track.
Football great Fran Tarkenton’s life didn’t end when he retired from the game. He found the skills that made him a legend translated well to the business world.
Bill Booth is an inventor, entrepreneur, and adventurer. He’s built an amazing life around doing what he loves.
When he isn’t skydiving onto the North Pole, searching for flying dinosaurs on the top of mountains in the rain forest, or inventing something that will transform an entire industry, he’s chillin’ Bill Booth style. What’s that? Climb in.
Inventions and ideas unfortunately sometimes stay just that. But Jean Newell decided to turn her ideas into a business and changed her title to “entrepreneur.”
Dawna Stone became a celebrity after winning “The Apprentice: Martha Stewart,” but rather than being the peak of her success, the show was merely another stepping stone on her journey to the top.
Jean Newell never set out to become an inventor. She simply needed a better way to carry around her stuff. So, fueled by little more than common sense and desire, Jean turned a $20,000 investment into a million-dollar company.
Deron Beal used other people’s junk to start his own treasure of an online company – Freecycle – that now has over 4.2 million users.