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  • Prescription for GROWTH
    The mind- blowing journey of psychedelic therapy, from underground taboo to founder’s little helper to mental health unicorn.
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    How Shaquille O’Neal, founder and investor, made himself bigger than ever.
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    ATTORNEY ALEXANDRA LOZANO RADICALLY REINVENTED THE LAW FIRM TO CREATE OPPORTUNITY FOR CLIENTS, HERSELF, AND SMALL BUSINESSES FROM COAST TO COAST.
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  • BOBBI BROWN IS BACK
    In 1995, she sold her iconic cosmetics company—and spent the next 25 years barred from doing it again. Now she's returned with a new startup, a new outlook, and a whole new way of winning.
  • DISTRACTED. RESTLESS. IMPULSIVE. BORED. AND BUILT FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP?
    They might struggle to focus. Or they hyperfocus. Or they juggle multiple priorities without closing out a single one. Still, some founders with ADHD call it an entrepreneurial superpower—but reality is never that simple.
  • Unlocking THE VAULT
    Four-hour wait times. Unanswered emails. The pilfering of the PPP. The SBA has had its issues. Now Isabella Casillas Guzman is on a mission to fix what ails the agency—by making it more entrepreneurial.
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  • CAPTAIN UNDER PANTS
    Anthony Coombs became a hero to the plus-size market for building online undies brand Splendies. He never had delusions he would collect a Bezos-size fortune from his Inc. 5000 company, but he figured he could sell it after a few years and move on. If only it were that simple.
  • TWO WONKS. ONE SPECTACULAR VISION
    How did Brad Smith and Bill Frist create CareBridge, the fastest-growing company in America? By aiming to solve not one problem, but two: how to rein in health care costs, and how to deliver better care.
  • HE CAN’T DRIVE 55
    xHe fled his homeland at age 8. Began school at 11. Was a tennis champ at 17. Launched a skyrocketing company at 23, and now an even more skyrocketing one at 29. Armir Harris—like the business he’s built—knows only one speed: growing.
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  • THE TECH FOUNDER WHO WANTS TO FIX SMALL-TOWN AMERICA
    Jamie Siminoffsold home-security company Ring to Amazon for a billion dollars, invested in an unlikely entrepreneur in rural Missouri— and ended up falling in love with the place and buying a farm. Then things got interesting.
  • Faux Booze Is on a Bender
    Driven by changing social trends and a diverse group of entrepreneurs, a non-alc revolution is stirring and shaking the drinks industry.
  • Almost FAMOUS
    Launching a company with a public figure—whether a political activist or a star from Hollywood’s A-list— can give your company a jolt; just be prepared to share the stage. Here’s how five entrepreneurs skillfully navigate the vagaries and victories of joining forces with a celebrity.
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    Jim Kwik has spent more than 30 years optimizing his brain—and teaching executives at companies like Nike and Google to do the same. At the start of a new year, his brain-tuning tips can help you tick offall your resolutions. “Our brain is our number-one wealthbuilding asset,” says Kwik. Here’s how to keep it sharp.
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    When Kevin Guo co-founded the San Francisco-based A.I. company Hive in 2017, he used tech to fight unwanted content. Now, he’s punching back at a new threat: A.I. fakery.
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  • Master of Her Own Universe If you know of Dany Garcia, it's likely because of her role as Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson's ex-wife and business manager. But Garcia has a new game plan—and she's putting herself front and center.
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  • THE TECH FOUNDER WHO WANTS TO FIX SMALL-TOWN AMERICA
    Jamie Siminoffsold home-security company Ring to Amazon for a billion dollars, invested in an unlikely entrepreneur in rural Missouri— and ended up falling in love with the place and buying a farm. Then things got interesting.
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  • Almost FAMOUS
    Launching a company with a public figure—whether a political activist or a star from Hollywood’s A-list— can give your company a jolt; just be prepared to share the stage. Here’s how five entrepreneurs skillfully navigate the vagaries and victories of joining forces with a celebrity.
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