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Derek Jeter on What Motivates Him

The Yankee great, Miami Marlins CEO and Players' Tribune founder tells us what pushes him.
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Al Bello | Getty Images

Athletes make for potent : Their careers taught them the importance of strong , a sense of mission and, well, success’s rich rewards. Now they’re drawing their own post-player -- all of which are vitally important to long-term success,” says Dave Meltzer, CEO of and host of . So who’s on top? We weighed tangibles like money earned with game-changing contracts and endorsement deals, as well as intangibles like personal , appetite for risk and the flat-out coolness of their business pursuits. See our list online, and be inspired by these leadership lessons. 

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