What does this social entrepreneur, real estate investor, and author have in common? They are serving simplicity! Who’s hungry?
The legendary illusionist talks to the Wall Street Journal’s Lee Hawkins about his magic show, background, and business success.
“For Guthrie, Fred Trump came to personify all the viciousness of the racist codes that continued to put decent housing – both public and private – out of reach for so many of his fellow citizens.”
Brandon Greene is facing a balancing act: doing what’s best for his arriving son while not losing pieces of himself.
Why pay less? A guy who can sell lobster salad for $125 a pound from a car on the beach can sell anything, right?
“She is the first person that loved me and probably the last woman that will love me till her last breath.”
How a dot-com millionaire and a former missionary family have found greater riches in voluntary simplicity.
If conservatives want to run America like a business, they should never turn a potential customer away.
There are many ways for a man to measure his success as a father. For William Lucas Walker, it came down to whose kids got the coolest treehouse.
How can I tell my friend she dresses inappropriately; what do I tell my friends who are about to waste time and money; and what do I do while I watch my son get beat up in football?