Developing trust by acting fairly and reliably is a virtue, and can do genuinely good things for the world, but it is also a financial advantage.by Eliot Wilson
Worth magazine is celebrating the 100 people that made the biggest impact in 2022. Who are entrepreneurs, business leaders, investors, celebrities, and philanthropists that added the most value to the world in the last year?
You check out previous winners here.
If you know someone that should make the list, make your nominations below. The final winners will be chosen by the Worth editorial staff along with a panel of previous Worthy 100 winners.
If you have any questions, please contact Dan Costa, Editorial Director at Worth email@example.com.
Make Your Nomination for the Worthy 100:
Instead of feeling threatened by an employee’s side hustle, nurture that independent, business-minded talent to build productivity and mutual trust. Or risk losing that talent altogether.by Mikaela Berman
At the Women & Worth Summit, Lauren Maillian, CEO of digitalundivided, sat down with entrepreneurs in the Do You Fellowship to discuss funding, mentorship and building confidence as a founder.by Laasya Acharya
Effective financial planning for executives and entrepreneurs is complex, dense and impossible to reduce to a single, easy-to-understand formula. However, the latest book from The Colony Group might be as close as you can get.by Emily Cegielski
Becker wanted a different environment than what she had when she worked in corporate America and realized if she wanted things to be different, then she would have to create them herself. And so she did.by Hadassah Freedman
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