We all know the story of how outcast nerds in junior high orhigh school turn into the BillGates's and SteveJobs's of the world. In his recent book,Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen tells how,at 13, Bill Gates once asked him, “What do you think it's liketo run a Fortune 500 company?” then said, “Maybe we'll have our owncompany someday.” Already a budding entrepreneur.


Notorious examples aside, have you ever wondered if you missedyour calling? Perhaps your early days provide clues to what you'remeant to do with your life. Read the complete The Corner Office blog post by Steve Tobak.

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