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Top 10 Motivational Mondays of 2014

As we bring 2014 to a close, we couldn't help but notice that #MotivationalMonday turned out to be one of the Highlights of the Hudson Outerwear blog. With that being said, it's only right to end the year with our favorite. Some with lessons more powerful than others, below is our list of the top 10 Motivational Mondays of 2014.
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10- Pankaj Parakh and the solid gold shirt worth more than $250,000:
What better way to start off the list than with the very first #MotivationalMonday post. Our big homie/Indian textile businessman, and obviously professional baller Pankaj Parakh helped kickoff and set the president for what  #MotivationalMonday should be. You popped our  #MotivationalMonday cherry, (pause) and for that we salute you sir!
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9- Some Of Floyd's Toys:
Coming in the number nine slot is the Boxer/Baller you love to hate Floyd 'Money' Mayweather, and some of his Las Vegas toys. Seems pretty typical being that cars and watches are pretty standard when it comes to motivational mondays we know, but with a multi-million dollar watch collection (did we mention that this is just vegas and doesn't include his other properties) and every car in pure white it's clear to see why the captain of the money team made the cut.
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8-Dan Rooney His Superbowl Rings And His Dad's Huge NFL Flip:
Here at Hudson Outerwear we aren't really big on football but we are big on winning bing and big money. Dan Rooney and the Pittsburgh Steelers are exactly that. With the most Super Bowl titles in the NFL (six) and a team valued at $1 billion (purchased at $2,500 by Dan's father Art Rooney in 1933). Dan and the Rooney family were a pivotal part in one of the the largest flips ion sports history.
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7- Bret Farve; The First To 100:
In 2001 Farve became the first player to sign a $100 Million contract just 10 years after being drafted. The deal also included a $10 million signing bonus and unique structuring that allowed Farve to receive his $21 million from his previous contract.
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6- Mark Zuckerberg; Why Island Hop When You Can Island Cop?
Founder of the most successful social media platform to date brought two neighboring islands this year. 700 acres, and zoning up to 80 homes, it's like Mark is gearing up to start his own village. Yea…That kind of rich.
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5- The Fast Rise And Faster Fall Of MC Hammer:
In 1990 Hammer became a multi-millionare, in 1996 Mc Hammer filled for bankruptcy. Never be MC hammer. You're welcome
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4- JAY Z; Why buy champagne when you can sell it?
This year Jay brought his favorite (at least in public) champagne Armand de Brignac form Sovereign Brands, accompanying Dusse a cognac brand which he already owns. Sip on Hov sip on.
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3- Dr. Dre; Musician That Doesn't Make Music
The owner of the top spot on Forbes highest paid musicians list of 2014 didn't make any music in 2014. Lesson Learned: In America you can call yourself/ do whatever you want, JUST MAKE MONEY WHILE YOU ARE DOING IT.
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2- What Real Money Looks Like:
Have you ever wondered what a trillion dollars looks like? In 2014 we found out, and have been more motivated than a stripper in king of diamonds since.
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1- Jack Ma, His Record Setting IPO, and Record Setting Year:
Out of all the things that motivated us to get it this year, Jack Ma took the cake. From his small Hangzhou apartment startup turned online retail juggernaut Alibaba clearing $9.3 Billion in a day, to opening with the largest IPO in History making him currently the richest man in China. If It's not clear to why Jack Ma is the motivation of all motivation, you sir/madam are a lazy f*ck.
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