Making millionaires: start-up bootcamp climbs the cold, hard mountain to success
By Administrator | 30 September 2016
"When self-made multimillionaire Creel Price first climbed the world's tallest free-standing mountain, Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, he pushed himself too hard, got altitude sickness and vomited over the summit sign. But on the way up someone had handed the then 25-year-old a copy of Virgin billionaire Richard Branson's how-I-did-it bestseller, Losing my Virginity. By the time he reached the top some five days later, Price had set the goal that took the pain away: he'd make his first million by 30." Read more
Catherine Armitage Brisbane Times 24 Sep 2016
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