As Colin O'Brady continues his mission to become the first person ever to cross Antarctica unsupported, CNBC Make It takes a look at some of the motivational tips he's using to get through.
"It was the ground floor so we had lots of critters."
It all starts with vision.
"I'm waiting for the punchline, and there wasn't one."
These are side hustles Lana Del Rey had before she started making money singing. Plus what she spent her first big check on.
"So, I happen to know a woman who loves cookies," guest judge Alex Rodriguez revealed. "And I mean loves. Jennifer [Lopez] eats a cookie every night before she goes to bed."
The astrophysicist devised an informal experiment to better "understand extreme wealth."
"I always thought it would be fun to start a business, but I didn't have the right idea...until I toilet trained my cat that this idea fell in my lap," says Rebecca Rescate, the only person to appear on "Shark Tank" twice for two different products.
Robert Wang wants to be the Steve Jobs of kitchen appliances.
Locker Board boasts two patents and four trademarks and has done tens of thousands in revenue.
Austin "Morgausse" Etue practices Fortnite as many as 14 hours a day.
The Tesla and SpaceX CEO is trying "to take civilization into the next century," says deGrasse Tyson.
One of them is a super-saver.
"The choice is pretty simple," the actress says. "Keep letting fear sidetrack you, or take what you've been given and say 'yes.'"
Stan Lee spent more than five decades at the helm of Marvel Comics, helping to create iconic characters like Spider-Man, the Hulk and the X-Men.