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In every issue, we feature a conversation with someone who's been wildly successful outside the traditional business world. This time, it's an astrophysicist.
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Sarah Green uses an awesome microphone in this interviw. Neil had to have known the questions ahead of time, which is fine, but it explains his greater than usual eloquence. The man is eloquent, but no pne is this spontaneously eloquent. Neil has some important things to say that you business types who worry more about boards of directors than the average family need to hear. The GDP depends on the GDWB (Gross Domestic Well-Being).