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Grammy-, Golden Globe- and Academy Award-winning musical genius Lionel Richie opens up about his childhood in Tuskegee, Alabama, the prejudices he endured, and what he learned from his father about conquering adversity. Lionel hasn’t stopped making music since his debut with the Commodores in 1968 and later, a hugely successful solo career selling more than 100 million records in total. In 1985, producer Quincy Jones gave Lionel Richie and Michael Jackson the challenge of a lifetime: write a song to help end famine in Africa. Lionel reflects on what became the worldwide phenomenon known as “We Are the World.” Lionel also explains how taking a three-year hiatus from the business may have saved his life.
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4: All Black Captain Richie McCaw Debunks Success, Talent And hard Work.
This week's episode from our vault, features Richard ‘Richie’ McCaw, former New Zealand Rugby Union player and 2-time world cup winning captain of the All Blacks. From being approached at school about one day playing for the New Zealand Rugby team to then being highlighted as an All Black Great, Richie makes it really clear that hard work, perseverance, and dedication is what helped him transform this opportunity into a reality. “You do need the talent, there is no doubt on that. But a lot is attributed to instinct, perseverance, work ethics – a healthy mind set. You’ve got to have the mindset to put in the hard yards and there is no substitute for hard work! It’s not just hard work though its being smart. You need to understand the whole game and a range of things to help you perform.” – Richie McCaw Tune in to listen to how Richie achieved the dreams of every young NZ rugby fan.
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665: Habits | Richie Nortons financial advice - learn how to make money
What are the habits of a guy whose fame comes from doing stupid things? Pretty stellar, and showcases how Richie Norton is defining stupid as the New Smart. My favorite spoke on the Ziglar Wheel of Life from Richie? Number four, Financial. Richie says, “Better than budgeting, learn how to make money.” With number six, career and business, his opportunity requirement is he must be able to do it all via his cell phone so his family can stay flexible and mobile. Number five is spiritual and of great interest to me that we unpacked more was Richie’s perspective of loving God...unconditionally. That’s a twist on the norm. Join us for this romp through this unique Hawaiian’s daily habits for success. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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