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.
The billionaire responded exactly 18 minutes later.
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.
"The biggest hurdles for me as a woman in business were also my greatest strengths," Blakely recently told Fast Company.
"You want to eat, right?"
Ayesha Curry discusses her love for shopping at Whole Foods and why her husband Stephen Curry always checks the receipt.
According to Microsoft's new report, there will be a major shortage of these skills by 2021.
Some bite-sized life lessons from Warren Buffett's right-hand man.
Rishi Bagaria started working at Thessalus Capital when he was just 15.
In 8th grade, Rishi Bagaria began investing in the stock market. Now, in between high school classes, he's serving as junior partner at life sciences investment fund Thessalus Capital.
It's easier to change careers than to change partners, Melinda says.
And no, it's not Warren Buffett or Jeff Bezos.
Pick up one of the books business leaders swear by.
You can brighten someone's day simply by taking a walk in their shoes.
It took me about 90 minutes to walk to work every day.
"You can't do everything," the star says.
Michael B. Jordan shares the best advice he got while he's been in Hollywood and how that applied to acting in Black Panther.
"If you really want to be a mogul in this world, ... you've got to learn from others," says Seattle Seahawks star and entrepreneur Russell Wilson, "but you've got to be bold enough to do it yourself."
"You can't really be proud of your gifts, because they were given to you," says Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. "But, your choices ... that you can be proud of."