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Tim Sanders is a New York Times bestselling author, public speaker, and former Yahoo! executive. He joined Yahoo! through the acquisition of Mark Cuban's Broadcast.com in 1999. After arriving at Yahoo!, Sanders created and led the "ValueLab," an internal group dedicated to providing insight into Yahoo!'s customers. Later, he gained an executive position as Chief Solutions Officer, and was promoted to Leadership Coach before leaving the company.

Tim Sanders is a footballer who plays as a centre back for SV DFS in the Dutch Hoofdklasse Saturday B. He formerly played for the German SV Hönnepel-Niedermörmter. He is a youth product from SV Concordia-Wehl and De Graafschap.

Timothy A. "Tim" Sanders is a Minnesota politician and former member of the Minnesota House of Representatives. A member of the Republican Party of Minnesota, he represented District 37B, which included portions of Anoka County, which is in the northern part of the Twin Cities metropolitan area.

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