Follow The Profit host David Grasso talks to children’s book author Marnie Schneider whose granddad was the owner of the Philadelphia Eagles and founder of the Ronald McDonald House. She explains what it was like being in a family that focused on the NFL as well as charitable giving. Follow The Profit also takes a look at how close Tesla didn’t get off the ground and how “buy and hold” turned out to be a good strategy for most investors in 2021.
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