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How to succeed in business…

ere’s Greg Hughes’ ’90 three-point formula for success: “Put God first, work hard and stay focused.”

This formula worked for Hughes, a sales account executive with the National Broadcasting Company/WNBC, who was recognized as a “Black Achiever in Industry” by the Harlem YMCA in New York. The award celebrates professionals who are motivators and pace setters for African-American youth.

Hughes sells advertising space for all on-air programming at WNBC including championship sporting events like the Super Bowl, NBA Playoffs, the French Open, Wimbledon and the World Series. He was among 75 nominees nationwide to be honored for his outstanding achievements as an African-American professional at a Fortune 500 company.

But Hughes doesn’t accept the award just as a recognition of his accomplishments. He sees it as an encouragement for young black men and women. “This award means [they] have an opportunity to succeed,” said Hughes.

from summer ’97

 
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