3 Things to learn from China’s Billionaires.

Getting rejected does not mean failure in a dream, getting denied an opportunity is an opportunity itself, learn from your failure and overtime, it will help, no matter how hard you work, you can fail and you just learn from your mistakes.

2. When you do it, the stereotype can change.

Jack Ma was a billionaire, but before that he was just a poo boy in Hnagzhou, but once he did it, the stereotype of “studying only engineering and math” stopped, in many areas in China.

3. Study the technological aspect of every subject.

This could be leadership, education etc.




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