In the early nineties, the dictatorship was very common in most nations. Born in 1930 in Budapest, George Soros survived under very harsh conditions. His dad had to hide their real identity from the dictatorial government system. This article acts as a guide to some of the qualities to emulate from George Soros’s life.
As a teenager, George moved to England to study at London School of Economics. There he noted that he had a passion for financial markets and later worked at Wall Street.
As it goes without say, being ambitious requires you to be brave. As a young boy, George Soros acted as a messenger between the Budapest Jewish Council and the Jewish community. George conveyed every message he got from his dad to the other citizens without fear of the dictatorial government.
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Despite being filthy rich, George Soros is also known for his generosity. He is known for the support he made to the civil society movement. He also provided support to advocacy groups and some liberal policy institutes. John Kerry and Barack Obama also benefitted from his generosity as he funded their campaigns to leadership positions.
A well-known trait of George Soros is that he doesn’t give a damn. Glenn Beck tried to bring George Soros down with his critics, but as expected, George Soros did heed to such critics. Being brought up in a more unforgiving childhood, no critics that could bring George’s chin down. He always has his chin up and focused on his set goals.
That being said, it is clear that George Soros has set a good example for us to emulate. He has had a tough childhood but was able to withstand all that to become one the richest people on the planet. Criticism will surely come when you start being someone significant in the society, but what you choose to heed and what to not take seriously will be the ultimate determinant of your success.
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