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Coming soon: Interviews of Jack Bogle, Dina Sherif, Seth Levine, Arif Naqvi and others. Sparkt reveals the entrepreneurial mindsets of some of the world’s top change makers. It also explores the question of how leaders keep ambition and greed in check and themselves in touch with reality, and what happens when they don’t.
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