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"I don't feel like I'm an Oscar nominee. That's something you do when you're, like, 40," says U. Penn student Claire Sliney.
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Steve Jobs' advice to Stanford grads was resolute: "You've got to find what you love." But there is a counterpoint that has been echoed by some very successful people.
When it comes to being an entrepreneur, communication is key, says the "Shark Tank" star, Robert Herjavec.
These skills are "universally relevant" across industries.
The billionaire responded exactly 18 minutes later.
She used a PowerPoint to convince her parents to let her drop out.
From producers and directors to actors and costume designers, these seven people have a chance to make history.
There's an old joke that goes, "You can't get a job with an English degree." Good thing the "Shark Tank" star ignored the naysayers.
Women earn enough on their own to qualify for 1 percent status in just one in 20 of all elite households.
Moral? Never let rejection stop you.