Extraordinary companies typically begin with an extraordinary visionary, who then attracts extraordinary followers—employees and clientelle alike. These two examples are no exception. It is my hunch that each of these visionary companies have a set of core values that are unchanging and a core purpose that fuels everything they do—the FOUNDATION needed for becoming extraordinary. …
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