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He also helps foster the notion that one needs no talent of any kind to be rich......
By:  Paul (Moderators; 65593)
Posted on: 12-06-2018 11:18.
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...just some plucky kid with a few million dollars from the old man and a slum here or there to exploit. Real rags to riches story.

But really, he helps with this myth that leadership of all kinds, not just business, requires nothing but you yelling a lot and saying how things will be. Be tough. Don't yield. The whole "listen ya mothafuckas this is the deal" imagined speech he was going to give China. And then get played at every turn.

I guess if all you do is watch Pravda and America's Next Top Businessman or whatever, these are your criteria. Idiots.

Edited by Paul at 12/6/2018 11:19:17 AM

Edited by Paul at 12/6/2018 11:19:36 AM


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