These business titans share what they wish they'd known much earlier in their career.
Silas Adekunle, co-founder and CEO of Reach Robotics wants to get the "MekaMon" into every home.
Silas Adekunle launched his own robotics company that's now worth millions.
"In today's tight labor market, job seekers are in the driver's seat."
Â "Sensible and conscientious people of all incomes want a fair society."
"You stretch your boundaries slowly instead of doing a huge leap into the deep end."
Â "That's such an insanely indescribable feeling," one teen said.Â
He's been playing since he was 5.Â
Former editors have gone on to become president of the United States.
It's not every day that an auto enthusiast is able to break a world driving record, and turn his love of cars into a business model with a booming social media following.Â
Hustling â€” prioritizing work ahead of all else â€” could be doing you more harm than good, according to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian.
You might not be being paranoid after all.
The actor described the appointment as not only an honor, but as "a powerful privilege".
Carson Kropfl wanted a skateboard that would fit inside his middle school locker, so he decided to make one for himself.
Locker Board boasts two patents and four trademarks and has done tens of thousands in revenue.Â
Austin Etue went from being an unknown in the video gaming world to fame practically overnight. The recent high school grad plays up to 14 hours per day.
Austin "Morgausse" Etue practices Fortnite as many as 14 hours a day.
They're set to be the most competitive as the region undergoes major tech disruption.
In June, CNBC Make ItÂ explored Simmons' journeyÂ to becoming the youngest full-time female trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in a widely-circulated profile and video.Â
Every order of John's Crazy Socks comes with a thank-you note and candy. You won't get that with Amazon.