Life’s Work: HBR Interviews Wildly Successful People – HBR

In every issue, Harvard Business Review interviews a wildly successful person about his or her life’s work – whether that’s inventing a better vacuum cleaner, launching a restaurant empire, or managing the New York Yankees. In this slideshow, we bring you the ten people we interviewed in 2010, and while they’re as different as Condoleezza Rice and Manolo Blahnik, they all have one thing in common: they absolutely love what they do.

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