What Would Your 18-Year-Old Self Say If They Could See You Now?

In 1977, back when he was 18, Peter "Stoney" Emshwiller filmed half of an interview. As a 56-year-old, he completed the conversation by filming the other half. The final result is a powerful project called Later That Same Life. In the video, which he hopes to someday "make a polished, professional feature film," Emshwiller's 18-year-old self interviews his older self about family, career, and life in general. The piece is both touching and thought-provoking.

The Key to Success Is Authenticity

Successful entrepreneurs have one thing in common that has very little to do with luck, education, or money – it’s actually their ability to be true to themselves and their dreams. Let’s take a look at three entrepreneurs whose authenticity helped them build wildly successful empires, even when the odds were against them.