July 28, 2011

In The News

AJ talks to AOL News about how he made his first (several) million.

The sub-headline is a bit sensationalized. According to the body of the article, delivering pizzas was only one of his early jobs, when he was in college. Most of us worked low-paying jobs as students for "book and beer money." Those jobs hardly defined us.

My favorite part is when AJ talks about what it takes to be successful in business. "Some people don't want to be thinking about work seven days a week," he says. "Some people don't want to work 12, 14 hours a day. If that's the case, then you shouldn't be in business."

It was also interesting to read about his early hits. Many of the product descriptions will sound familiar. "Old is gold," as they say.

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