How do you make sense of the world when you had a lot and then lost just about all of it?
John Lefebvre co-founded Neteller, a publicly traded online payment company often used by gamblers. In 2007, John ran into legal problems and lost almost $500 million dollars that he had earned by starting the company. He went to jail and started his life again in hi mid-fifties. Now John writes and advocates for good in the world, including addressing climate change.
In this episode, he shares his journey and the lessons that he learned along the way.
Good with Money
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