The Big Daddy Of GoDaddy: Billionaire Bob Parsons And His Quest For Domains
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Today's guest grew up "poor as a church mouse," as he so lightly puts it. After a childhood of selling newspapers, pumping gas and working odd jobs to earn extra cash, he found himself with no college options and decided to enlist in the Marines.   Founder of the world's largest and trusted domain registrar GoDaddy Bob Parsons tells the tale of how he transformed from being a wounded-in-action, Purple Heart recipient to becoming a totally self-made billionaire and philanthropist. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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