Jack Ma, 30 Times Rejected for Success, World Economic Forum

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Learn to succeed with Jack Ma, a billionaire from China Jack Ma performed on stage at the World Economic Forum in the city of Davos in 2017. Jack Ma's journey has had its ups and downs. In the past he had been rejected when applying to be a lecturer at Harvard, turned down ten times, and once, while teaching as an English teacher, Jack ma was only paid $12 a month.

But now! Jack ma is the founder and leader of the online e-commerce giant Alibaba, the world's largest single digital marketing company. Ma is a strong proponent of an open, market-driven economy. Enjoy our Speeches with subtitles, and keep up the journey of learning English and Indonesian national subtitles. In his speech, Jack Ma was just a suburb of Hangzhou, a peasant parent and a Landlord's grandfather.

Jack Ma shared how Jack Ma's strategy & philosophy classifies those who fail as the formation of the main character to achieve goals, must be smart about opportunities. The view must be professional looking at failure with a broad lens first, always considering all subsequent possibilities after receiving subsequent rejections, looking to see layers of soil and gravel as opportunities.

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