Shared October 22, 2015
Professional speaker & business author Douglas Kruger addresses a group of South African university students on the topic of poverty, entrepreneurship, and important differences in mindset between rich and poor, and how they can use these mind-set shifts to grow their careers. He explores the futility of relying on government, the importance of being your own boss, and the inherited baggage that can keep good people in generational cycles of poverty.
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