Authors: Daymond John,Daniel Paisner
Being broke is often misrepresented as something negative. Drawing from his own experience, Daymond John shows you the power of being broke. He claims that having insufficient funds can actually train you to make the most of what you have. The stress can force your brain to think innovatively. Overall, he opens your mind to the many lessons that only people with empty pockets learn.
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