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B. Corcoran On Why She Won't Invest In Rich Kids
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Well, I perfectly understood why she'd rather invest on poor kids than rich kids because she knows that poor kids are more determined and have that drive to succeed in life.
Why do you think she won't invest in rich kids?
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Rich kids really too much on their parents to bail them out.
Yeah too bad Shark Tank selects their contestants...
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“Couple of attributes that disturb me” lol same
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Interesting read.
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Money breeds money.
I love how she is humble and remembering her beginnings.
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Rich kids usually don’t have the drive and determination to build a business from the ground up.
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Rich kids usually don’t have the drive and determination to build a business from the ground up.
I'm too good to do that, I should be the manager here with a 15% mark up salary b/c of my aptitude for success.
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Rich kids usually don’t have the drive and determination to build a business from the ground up.
That's not bad tho, with the right intentions and right partnership a rich kid can fund a less fortunate kid. Just depends though, it needs to be the right people.
She is preaching. Love the way she thinks.
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