Ben Pasternak, a high school dropout from Sydney, Australia, could be the next great titan of technology. Pasternak, 16, is the creator and CEO of Flogg, an app that allows users to buy and sell within their social network with just a swipe. Think Tinder meets eBay.
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Uhm excuse me and my people here (okay not exactly "my") but did he achieve like MBA? Or Master's Degree something like that? Or don't you need to have like an internship to have trainee or like have been emprovised and have entrepreneurship so you have knowledge about launching a new business like that?
Amazing that if you have the desire and potential at any age you can do anything with some failure or not. The people who just don't like others to succeed are those who are not happy with themselves. Go and make things good happen! 😊
Good for him. He realized an institutionalized system of indoctrination to create redundant robotzombiesheeple who obey, shut up, remember and repeat WAS NOT FOR HIM!
He created something...and is reaping the benefits. However, I do hope he realizes that money is not everything in this world, and he should not allow it to run his life...otherwise he could end up destroying himself because of it.
But...this is what we need to do in this world...DO FOR SELF...find something where you can work for yourself, as much or as little as you want...and get by in this sadistic, pathetic, and controlled world.
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