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How I Built Resilience: Cynt Marshall of Dallas Mavericks

When a Sports Illustrated article exposed internal abuse and harassment in the Dallas Mavericks organization, owner Mark Cuban knew he had a culture problem.

So, he hired Cynt Marshall as CEO, and she shares how she started to turn things around, and how she's leading the organization through this unprecedented moment. Cynt is the first African American CEO of an NBA team, and comes in after a 26 year career at AT&T.

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The Best Investing Books for Every Kind of Investor

What kind of investor are you?

Do you like to pick stocks or would you rather own index funds?

Are you drawn to technical work or do you prefer a great story?

Does history excite you or are you obsessed with what is happening right now?

Depending on how you answer these questions will affect what kind of investing books you might find most appealing. Unfortunately most articles on the "best investing books" don't provide any such differentiation.

For this reason, I have compiled a list of the best investing books based on where you are on your investment journey. The list is a starting point for further exploration and should include a little something for everyone to enjoy.

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To scale, find the right values: Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales

JIMMY WALES: When you're working with teams of volunteers, there is no possibility of command and control. You can't tell people what to do, because they will just say, "Screw you, I'm a volunteer." And so you have to have an approach that says, "Look, here's our values." And frankly, in some cases, you have to say, "And if you don't agree with these values, then maybe this isn't the right place for you."

REID HOFFMAN: That's Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia. Famously, Wikipedia is open to ANYONE to edit. But that doesn't mean everyone is suited to the task. If you're unwilling or unable to adhere to Wikipedia's core values of openness and neutrality, well, you'll be very nicely - but firmly - shown the door.

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