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The founder of a $600 million company shares the advice from Jamie Dimon that shaped his career

Jim McCann could talk for hours about his company, 1-800-Flowers. He started with a single flower shop in 1976 and took it to a business with a market capitalization of around $600 million. But he learned back in the 1990s, when 1-800-Flowers was taking off, that he needs to keep his monologues short if he's going to motivate his employees. It's a lesson he learned from his friend and fellow Queens native, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon.
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