How humble first jobs motivated these inspirational speakers
By Chris Taylor
NEW YORK (Reuters) - What inspires you?
It's a simple question that is not always easy to answer. That's why there are professional speakers who fill stadiums - and get paid tens of thousands of dollars - to light a fire in you.
For more than a year, Reuters has been talking to America's greatest achievers, asking about the first jobs that set them on the path to success.
This month we talked to a few of the nation's most prominent inspirational speakers. As you might expect, they didn't start out at a podium with a microphone.
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