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Life Can Change In An Instant

In West Texas they say that football is life.  For Baron Batch that seemed to be true. His skill on the field won him a scholarship to Texas Tech and as a young player he had the world in a chokehold.  But as anyone who has watched college ball knows, a football career can change in a heartbeat. For Baron it happened during practice one night.... >Full Story

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A Big Dream Pays Off

Profile on: Gene Birdwell, of Birdwell Construction and Remedial Construction Services Who hasn’t dreamed of leaving the humdrum of their day-to-day job and starting their own business? That’s exactly what Gene Birdwell of Houston, Texas did in 1978. He had been working in the construction industry for 20 years when he finally decided to give...... >Read More



Finding a Meaning Beyond Money

Profile: Daniel J. Arnold, President Road Ranger LLC By the time Dan Arnold was 33, he thought he had it made. After building up a $50 million dollar gas station and convenience store business from scratch in less than 10 years, he sold it for more cash than he though he’d ever be able to spend. But it didn’t take... >Read More



Living the Entrepreneur's Dream

Profile on:  David Browne, retired CEO of LensCrafters At the tender age of 29, David Browne was living every entrepreneur’s dream. As CEO and President of LensCrafters, the multi-million dollar eyewear company he co-founded, every sign indicated that his star would continue to rise. However, even though David admits he thought of himself as...... >Read More


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