The story of Ross Perot, one of the greatest salespeople of all time.
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The story of Ross Perot, one of the greatest salespeople of all time.
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If you're old enough to have been paying attention to politics in the 1990's, then you've probably heard of Ross Perot. The short, fiery Texan ran for president in 1992 as an independent, facing off against George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton, capturing the nation's attention with his no-nonsense, anti-establishment approach, which earned him more popular votes than any other third party candidate in history.

But long before Perot stepped into the arena as a viable candidate, he was a hard-charging salesman, businessman, and philanthropist, overcoming the odds to become a business titan, and excelling through grit, willpower, and a seemingly preternatural ability to keep pushing through rejection, becoming what Fortune magazine called "the fastest, richest Texan," in a 1968 cover story.

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