Bob Marley Became The Reggae King Through Hard Work

by Amy Anderson

INVESTOR’S BUSINESS DAILY

Back in January a reporter from INVESTOR’S BUSINESS DAILY contacted me regarding an article she was writing in which she was interested in using Bob Marley’s dedication and work ethic to discuss leadership and success in the financial world.  I thought this concept sounded intriguing so I decided to help her in any way I could.  She had already interviewed our good friend Rohan Marley and I put her in touch with Roger Steffens, who has been instrumental in the success of MIDNIGHT RAVER.

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Bob Marley, Smile Jamaica, 1976

 

 

One thought on “Bob Marley Became The Reggae King Through Hard Work

  1. The looks, charisma and talent didn’t hurt though.

    If “hard work” was such a wonderful thing the rich would keep it all for themselves and would never let us have any. I would say that what was more important is that he was a smart worker; he made savvy decisions.

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