Influence

If You Have An Innovative Idea Move As Quickly as General Patton Would

Few figures in American history have inspired both the dedicated reverence and widespread public controversy generated by General George Patton over the course of his illustrious and colorful military career. Daring and Disciplined Known for an unwavering dedication to discipline, both in himself and the …

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The Vlogbrothers Have Turned Passion Into Profits and Popularity

When brothers Hank and John Green started their YouTube channel in 2007, then called Brotherhood 2.0, they had no idea what it would grow into. Initially, the channel was an experiment to see if two brothers could communicate with each other for a year solely …

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Small Fish in a Big Pond? Not a Problem for General Robert E. Lee

Few leaders in American history have demonstrated the kind of innovative thinking, and ability to do very much with very little, than General Robert E. Lee evidenced during his time leading the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia. As any entrepreneur starting their first business knows, …

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Entrepreneurial Lessons From Winston Churchill

When you look at a Prime Minister, especially Winston Churchill, you wouldn’t necessarily consider him an entrepreneur. With that said, Churchill possessed entrepreneurial skills that could propel him to riches in today’s economy. The Dealmaker It is often noted that Churchill was awful with his …

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What Every Entrepreneur Can Learn From President Abraham Lincoln

With an Academy Award-winning biopic recently detailing the last year of his life, and his own zombie-centric historical fiction novel, there may be no former world leader more popular than Abraham Lincoln is these days.  As entrepreneurs, there is much we can learn from one of …

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