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This week Jason talks to Georgia, who explains how her grandmother's influence helped her channel her enthusiasm for business to work smart, not just hard.
Georgia explains how she avoided almost flunking her degree after running off to India and how she stayed motivated after graduating while doing various menial jobs. She shares the pain of learning corporate sales in her early working life and how she benefited from having a great role model to guide her.
And be sure to listen to the end when she shares some priceless pearls of money wisdom, which she wished she had known when she was 20.
Jason Butler is a columnist for The Financial Times, where as 'The Wealthman', he writes about personal finance related issues. He is Head of Financial Education at Salary Finance and also provides expert commentary on personal finance to the BBC, Sky and a range of other publications.
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