Andrew Griffiths is Australia's number one small business and entrepreneurial author, but despite what many initially think, he didn’t have a cushy childhood or a solid support system to get him to where he is today. Instead, he was abandoned on a neighbor’s doorstep at six months of age and eventually ended up in the foster care system. Things could have easily ended up very differently for Andrew, but miraculously, he consciously chose to right his personal ship.
Andrew has reported that his life was formed by a succession of epiphany moments — the first of which struck him at 17 when he realized that he alone controlled his path. This self-belief and determination has guided him through small business ownership and onto the world’s most respected stages, including TED.
In this podcast, he discusses how to let go of your anger, why it’s important to be generous with your time and how he balances it all while still maintaining his sanity.
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