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    Interview with NFL Player, Kamerion Wimbley

    Prepared with a Game Plan

    By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant

    You may need to make some tough decisions about your business, whether because of the economy or changes in your life. The decision could include shuttering the business and opening another. It's important to develop an exit plan. Kamerion Wimbley, defensive lineman for the Tennessee Titans, has spent a decade planning for his future retirement from the gridiron. A serial entrepreneur, Wimbley founded several successful—and varied—businesses, including barbershops, restaurants, a real estate investment company, dog kennel, marketing firm, and car detailer. 

    Home Business Magazine® spoke with Wimbley about his best tips for new entrepreneurs and making smart business decisions in a tough economy.

     

    HBM Chats With George Clooney, A "Celebrity" With True Propriety

    On The Problem With Famous People, Why Life Does Not Get Better Than At His Villa At Lake Como, L.A. Buddies, and How To Deal With Constant Loss Of Privacy

    By Jan Janssen, The Interview Feed

    Photo Credits: Reuters

    The word charisma doesn’t even begin to describe the aura that surrounds George Clooney. He’s the epitome of the debonair playboy. The natural-born movie star. The no-strings celebrity multimillionaire with the devil-may-care-grin who divides his life between work and his idyllic Italian villa. Clooney is the ultimate movie star whose neon smile and magnetic personality rival that of Hollywood’s greatest screen legends. Clooney has reached a point in his life where his legacy is the only thing which matters. 

    Celebrity

    Miley Cyrus as Role Model and Rebel Girl

     

    Her Business Tips, Her New Album, Her New Sound, Her New “Good Girl Gone Bad” Look, and Her New Life

    By Marcel Anders / The Interview Feed

    Photo Credits: Reuters

     

    “I want to inspire other girls to be that way. I think girls should be more outspoken.” – Singer and Actress, Miley Cyrus

    While on a promotional trip to Berlin/Germany, Miley Cyrus talked about her new album, her new sound, her new look, her new life — as a 20 year old that has outgrown Disney, bad pop music, and bad journalism. Wanting to be a role model and a rebel girl at once, the Nashville native explains why she intends to keep her private life private, why fashion and cutting edge producers are so important, and why flirting with the "good girl gone bad" image is not a calculated business move — at least in her case.

     

    Brad Pitt on How to Achieve Greater Success

    Working through New Challenges, Leading Talented Co-Workers, and His Love for Angelina.

    Brad Pitt has to save his screen family from flesh-eating zombies in his latest film, World War Z. Shereen Low finds out why, in real life, the actor would risk everything for his nearest and dearest. Family means everything to Brad Pitt.

    Interview with Lights Out NFL Star Shawne Merriman

    Tackling Entrepreneurism and Retail

    Shawne Merriman’s tenacity on the football field led to great opportunities, such as his “Lights Out” brand clothing and sporting goods lines.

    Former NFL player Shawne Merriman represents a classic rags-to-riches story. The difficulties he encountered in his childhood included poverty, two house fires, and homelessness. His hardships only spurred him to work harder to achieve his dreams.

     

    Jay Platt on the Keys for Success

    Living an Unstoppable Life

     

    The number one thing Jay Platt finds as a personal coach is to get people to be really clear about “what” they want and “why” they want it.

    Everyone experiences barriers and setbacks in life. Some are more life-altering than others. For Jay Platt, von Hippel Lindau, a cancer-related syndrome, forced him into medical retirement from his career in the Marine Corps in 1998.

     

    Interview with Gwyneth Paltrow

    On Iron Man 3, Wearing The Iron Man Suit, Turning 40, Raising Her Children, Being Dominant In Business, And Singing

    “I really understand my place in the world and what I’m doing.”

    This woman may be made of iron. Despite the chilly spring weather, Gwyneth Paltrow is wearing a white summer dress with half-open back, tied at the waist with a slightly kinky black strap. She seems unfazed by the breakneck interview and conference schedule that does not leave much time to breathe. Her demeanor is gracious as ever, the glance of her bright blue eyes alert, her posture impeccable. So it is only logical that she gets to wear the suit of the eponymous hero in the third Iron Man movie. Still, in real life, it is other battlegrounds that the 40-year-old is proving herself, first and foremost the education of her children.

     

    Denzel Washington - How I Get Business to Come to Me

    How Business Comes To Him and His Advice for Entrepreneurs Who Want To "Fly Solo"

    Oscar-winning actor, Denzel Washington, was nominated for an Academy Award this year for his role as an alcoholic airline pilot in the movie Flight.

    It could be quite a year for Denzel Washington — the Oscar-winning star of movies like Cry Freedom, Virtuosity, and Training Day — is once again nominated for an Academy Award for his role as an alcoholic airline pilot in the movie Flight.

     

    Michael Franzese on Success in Business and Life

    His Transition from Mobster Mogul to Author, Speaker, and Mentor

    "I'm the strongest advocate you can imagine for doing things honestly and paying your taxes."

     

    According to Michael Franzese, “Every career is a team effort, even if you're the one in front."

    Michael Franzese has headed lucrative operations on both sides of the law. The ex-mobster once raked in millions monthly through shady schemes, prompting then-federal prosecutor Rudy Giuliani to pledge to put Franzese away for 100 years. Following his wife's urging, Franzese repented for his illegal business practices and submitted to serving 10 years in prison for racketeering charges. Once released, he walked away from the mob for good.

     

    Interview with Kevin Costner

    On Taking Risks, His New Movie Man Of Steel, The Superman And The Baseball Movies Curse, His Love For Cowboy Movies And Playing Around The World With His Band

    By Sian Edwards / The Interview Feed

    "I don’t take much stock in other people’s opinions if I think something’s good."

    Kevin Costner, 58, is an actor, director, singer, and musician. He was recently in Los Angeles to promote his latest movie, Man of Steel, in which he plays Jonathan Kent, father of Clark Kent.

    Kevin Costner -- actor, director, singer, and musician

     

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