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Success Does Not Equal Perfection

By most accounts I am a successful man. This concept is further cemented in people's minds when they learn that I am self-made, meaning that I did not inherit, steal, or somehow win my wealth. My story of being born into a family of drug abuse and neglect, then being adopted at a young age by an extremely physically and mentally abusive family, and my bouts with homelessness have been well chronicled, as have my successes that enabled me to rise through the business world.
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