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Who Makes Shaq Happy?

SUCCESS magazine’s , he discusses his relationship with money, the and his personal definition of success. O’Neal’s is primarily focused on —his mother first and foremost. Throughout his childhood, his mother put her children first, and now he’s using his money to pay his family back for everything they’ve done for him.

“If it wasn’t for my father pushing me and my mother helping me believe I wouldn’t be here,” he says. Part of his success has been , which O’Neal is a great proponent of. It’s easy to feel as if you know everything when you’re young, but O’Neal feels that children need to to those around them, arguing that “those that follow and listen are the ones that come out successful.” His own children are encouraged to do anything they want to—without any pressure to follow in their father’s footsteps—but they are, however, . Personally, O’Neal likes to listen to the people who are successful and revise his own strategy accordingly.

Now an investor, he looks for people with a product he believes in, he likes and he knows about. He got his MBA to take charge during these talks, and so that his agents would be working for him during those meetings, not the other way around. , however, is a little less clear.

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SUCCESS magazine’s , he discusses his relationship with money, the and his personal definition of success. O’Neal’s is primarily focused on —his mother first and foremost. Throughout his childhood, his mother put her children first, and now he’s using his money to pay his family back for everything they’ve done for him.
Some folks can roll those three famous words off their tongue like it’s nothing, but other people have a hard time with the emotional vulnerability of it all. When you let your guard down, you feel very exposed and raw. It’s at this point when you’re the most vulnerable, and you’re afraid someone will take advantage of you and your heart.Much of these feelings stem from your childhood.

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