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Anthony Bourdain On How And Why To Say "No" When You Finally Hit Success

"I was in a very, very, very insecure place at age 44, and suddenly people were offering me things," the TV host and author recalls about his big break. But Bourdain was savvy enough to think long-term--and managed to turn the right things down. "What's good for you in the short run is not necessarily good for you in the long run," he adds.
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Corporate America is overlooking a neglected talent pool-former felons

Shaka Senghor, ex-convict and author of 'Writing My Wrongs: Life, Death, and Redemption', found himself selling crack at the age of 14. After turning his life around in prison, he discovered his talent as a writer and businessman. Senghor discusses how his past filled with crime helped prepare him for the business world. He believes big companies today can enhance their businesses while helping the lives of those who have served jail time.

Corporate America is overlooking a neglected talent pool-former felons
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