When I sold my first business, I wanted to do something nice for my dad. I wanted to give my parents a bunch of money, but they wouldn’t take anything from me. They were so happy for me; they felt they didn’t need money.
I was one of those guys who never wanted to start their own business. I never saw myself as a leader. I saw myself as a great No. 2.
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Oh, I’m all about small business. I think what we’ve learned from big business and big Wall Street is that unchecked greed and the creation of false value gets us all in trouble. If we look at the American economy, who’s really creating value? It’s the small businesses.
If you are under the illusion that you can start a business and run it at your life’s schedule, you are mistaken. The business is like a starving puppy – when it needs to eat, then it needs to eat regardless of what you have going on personally.
|Birth:||14th September, 1963|
|Profession:||Anchor, Businessman, Chief Executive Officer, Investor|
Robert Herjavec is a Croatian Canadian businessman, investor, and media personality. Herjavec graduated from New College at the University of Toronto, with a degree in English literature and political science. To make a living and help support his family, Herjavec took on a variety of minimum wage jobs such as waiting tables, delivering newspapers and retail sales.
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