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This question usually generates monetary estimates (guesses). I asked one group of successful consultants what they would do with $600,000 they didn't expect. Their responses ranged from purchases to philanthropy, from paying off debt to trust funds. One person vehemently

Revivals and "returns" are almost always inferior to the original event or art. I think they're usually launched because of a dearth of originality and an inability to develop something original. Jon Stewart, who was one funny and thought-provoking guy—and who

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Value is in the eye of the beholder. You need to create sufficient value, jointly determined, to provide a huge ROI on your fee. However, once you've achieved a powerful brand, the value is in simply doing business with you. People

In "Mr. Saturday Night" Billy Crystal knocked a huge crowd dead with his stand-up comedy routine. But his manager found him dejected backstage. "You killed!" said his manager. "Did you see the guy at table five?" Crystal asked, "He never laughed once." Ignore