When Josh Opperman's love life took a turn for the worse, he found a way to turn it into an opportunity. Nine years ago, Opperman returned to the apartment to find that his fiancée moved out. In lieu of a note, all that she left was the engagement ring. When he tried to sell the ring he'd spent most his life savings on, he found that he could only get a third of the original price. “The offer was staggeringly low," Opperman says on his website. This led him to create an online jewelry auction site called "I Do … Now I Don't." The site connects buyers with people who want to sell their rings. His company was one of Business News Daily’s 10 Best Businesses of the Year. His story has been featured in the Huffington Post, CNN, as well as The Today Show. Josh was Entrepreneur Magazine’s Emerging Entrepreneur of 2013. He is now married to "the real love of his life," is a new father, and runs a successful business.