29. Being curious and asking questions gets rewards.
MONEY JOURNEYS - EPISODE 29
What's In This Episode?
Arataki is a woman who focuses on the collective and not on the individual and as she has moved through life she used some difficult experiences to not hold her back, but to drive her forward. At every turn, she has been a leader to others and today she is on the cusp of financial freedom where stepping away from work means she will be stepping towards helping build up her own whanau and her wider community.
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