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Learning from the rich will help you become rich. Is that really true? Did you know there’s also much to learn from the not-so-rich?
It’s high time we dispel the myth that the poor are “lazy”. In fact, Reggie thinks it’s lazy of us to write them off as lazy! It is pretty amazing that they are trying their best to survive and thrive despite the limited resources in their lives. How do they do it and what are some useful ideas that we can learn from them?
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