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The the question that one who has the intention to start a business has to ask before commencing with the registration of it or working around the idea/ product is, do I wanna be famous or be rich? This is how Abednigo Tau of Tuta-Me see it: Recently I came across a South African Entrepreneur who was being interviewed about some of the challenges and failures he had experienced in his clothing retail business, the business is mainly from what I can gather a consumer facing business. Right after watching the interview I went onto social media to see his Instagram account, and there it was , his title , •Celebrity Entrepreneur• , this lead me to ask an introspective question to myself , do you want to be famous or do you want to be rich? In my mind celebrity entrepreneur is a paradox , and oxymoron , two contradictory words that should not follow each other. Look-at my English , Mrs Meyer, my English teacher would be proud . You see as a big movie star, musician
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