November 1, 2014

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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Costco -

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Levi Strauss -

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Friday, April 4, 2014

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    Unclaimed Baggage

    This entrepreneur helps airlines un-LOAD un-claimed baggage — and makes millions doing it! Hear the story of Unclaimed Baggage.

  • Paperless Post Electronic Cards and Invitations

    Paperless Post

    They make $10 million a year with virtual products that behave like the real thing. Learn how two siblings struck it rich with digital invitations. The story of Paperless Post.

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    Big Feet PJs

    Valerie Johnson remembered her childhood and feeling cozy and great in her fleece and flannel footie pajamas. She wondered, \”Why shouldn’t adults experience that same wonderful creature comfort?

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    Goodwill Industries

    When his poor worshipers refused charity, this entrepreneurial pastor invented a way to give them jobs – a non-profit organization whose business model pays for itself: Goodwill Industries.

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    Freeline Skates

    Their invention turned skating into an extreme sport. Two guys who pursued their passion to $5 million in sales. It’s the story of Freeline Skates.


Radio Stories

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Guitar Emporium

Musician Neil Young inspired this teenager. Learn how teenage chutzpah helped turn this one-boy business into a $3 million empire.

Play-Doh

Play-Doh

It failed as a wall paper cleaner. It was a sensation as a toy! How a nephew saved a family business and became a millionaire, with Play-Doh.

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ZatsWho

This grandma went from unemployed to entrepreneur in no time. Hear how a grandchild inspired a whole new kind of photo frame. The story of Zat’sWho

BizChair.com

BizChair

Sean Belnick was fourteen when he visited his step dad’s furniture manufacturing office. To a youngster of the computer generation, it seemed odd to Belnick that customers would go into retail stores and place an order, and then the stores would turn around and place the order with the furniture manufacturer, who would then ship directly to the customer.

thecomfortcompany

The Comfort Company

Looking for a suitable gift for her relative whose father had died, Renee Wood wanted something more personal than a flower and a card. Not finding what she wanted, she crafted a teardrop-shaped memorial pendant in Play-Doh® and took it to a silversmith to make into a necklace.

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Fetch! Pet Care

When software company owner Paul Mann looked for doggie care at home, he didn’t have much luck finding dependable, qualified dog-sitting service. He made a business plan, bought a bunch of leashes, and launched Fetch! Pet Care.

Cute Tools Kitchen-Collection

CuteTools

Lisa Knoppe Reed sat at her kitchen table and painted whimsical scenes and colorful flowers on household gadgets and tools. Wanting to make a difference in lives of others, she sold the tools and donated a percentage of all profit to charities. While visiting a school, she saw how excited special needs kids got when helping to create Cute Tools.

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CLYNK

Only a fraction of people take the time to recycle because the process is so clunky. Frank Whittier felt there had to be a simpler way to do it.

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unclaimedbaggage

Unclaimed Baggage

Oct 25, 2014

This entrepreneur helps airlines un-LOAD un-claimed baggage — and makes millions doing it! Hear the story of Unclaimed Baggage.

Paperless Post Electronic Cards and Invitations

Paperless Post

Oct 20, 2014

They make $10 million a year with virtual products that behave like the real thing. Learn how two siblings struck it rich with digital invitations. The story of Paperless Post.

goodwill1

Goodwill Industries

Oct 6, 2014

When his poor worshipers refused charity, this entrepreneurial pastor invented a way to give them jobs – a non-profit organization whose business model pays for itself: Goodwill Industries.