David Rubenstein: How To Be Successful In Business

David Rubenstein: How To Be Successful In Business
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An interview and Q&A with billionaire private equity titan and co-founder of The Carlyle Group, David Rubenstein. In this interview, David discusses the traits he sees as the most important to being successful in business. David also talks about his own life and why everyone should give back to society.

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Video Segments: 0:00 Introduction 11:14 Start of David Rubenstein 11:49 What America should be about 12:43 Product of a blue collar family 14:21 University 16:00 Practising law 16:30 Public office 19:04 Out of work 20:11 2 things that changed my life (Leveraged buyout, Entrepreneurs start companies before 37) 21:45 Forbes article about my net worth 23:00 Do something more than making money (what makes US unique) 26:22 What will make you successful in business 32:12 The purpose of business (Make the world a better place) 33:40 Harder to give away money than make it 35:03 Figure out how to help others 41:52 What justifies your existence? 44:28 Start of Q&A 44:38 Why do you care about reading? 47:27 Becoming an interviewer? 49:24 Views on historical sites being torn down? 51:35 Take on politics? Interview Date:11th September, 2017 Event: David Eccles School of Business Original Image Source:http://bit.ly/DRubensteinPic2


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