Morgans 40 Under 40 Podcast: Jade North
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- By Chris Titley
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- 16 January 2018, 10:40 AM
In the latest 40 under 40 podcast, Morgans adviser Chris Titley speaks to Jade North. Jade is an Indigenous Australian who has captained and played for the Socceroos. Jade tells the story of his upbringing, the choice of soccer, the challenges of being a professional sports person and how these challenges can relate to business life:
"What I've learnt over the years is that you've got to work hard. Nothing comes easy... I remember writing down when I was maybe 15 or 16 at some training camps that I wanted to play for the Socceroos... I think in the back of your mind it gives you a purpose and drive to go to work, go to training and I'm going to do the best I can every day I can."
He shares his tips for other athletes and business-minded executives as well as his involvement in "Kicking with a cuz", his new philanthropic venture.
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The Morgans 40 under 40 Series is a new initiative to profile and share the knowledge and insights of Australia's next generation of business leaders. The 40 episode series interviews leaders, executive management and entrepreneurs under the age of 40. Click on the 'Podcast' tag in the menu to the right to listen to the most recent interviews.
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