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Ylleya Fields couldn't find a children's book that reflected her own daughter's experiences, so she wrote one herself. The result? The Princess Cupcake Jones series.
Marilyn Weber began learning sign language to communicate with her daughter, who is deaf. Her passion catapulted a full-time career in interpreter services.
Bridgette Mayer discovered art at age 5, and used it as an escape from an abusive childhood. Later, it became the means for her to start her own business.
Chris Sorensen and his brother Robin had always dreamed of being entrepreneurs. In 1994, they gave up their careers as firefighters to launch a sub restaurant empire.
Local Door Coupons was looking to become a franchise. A lucky partnership with an Instagram star helped them lock in more than a dozen new franchisees.
Monique Tatum left her corporate 9-to-5 behind to start her own marketing and PR firm. She vowed to give her own employees the work-life balance they deserve.
Despite a series of family tragedies and a layoff, Jane King bounced back and founded a now-successful media company.
Pepe Piperno, who worked his way up from retail employee to company owner, bought a struggling A.C. Moore five years ago and transformed the culture completely.
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When Mike Neilson, founder of Switcheroo, applied to a hardware accelerator program, he was rejected. He made a smart proposal to change their minds.
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