Their poverty was embarrassing.
His dad was an odd-job worker – collecting recyclables, handing out leaflets. His father wasn’t very smart. They didn’t have much.
He grew up knowing exactly what he didn’t want to be – not, never, like his dad.
That drove him to success, by learning how to walk away from his dad.
But dad left him a gift, a lesson.
And that was one he wished he knew earlier, but it was never too late to continue the work his dad begun.
Here’s the legacy he continued.