Entrepreneurial Philanthropy: Be A Non-Conformist
Raymundo Leal, a self-made Mexican businessman, turned 50 in 1994. The first 25 years of his life were spent educating himself and getting married. The next 25 were devoted to building a business and raising a family. Would he spend the last part of his life as he had the previous 25 years? Should he continue accumulating money that, according to his lifestyle, he would never use? He asked himself - Is this all there is to life? Would inheriting money be the best legacy he could pass along to his children? Perhaps leaving the leadership of his company and devoting himself to Mexico
John L. Ward, Joachim Schwass, Colleen Lief
Ward, L. John, Joachim Schwass, and Colleen Lief. 2007. Entrepreneurial Philanthropy: Be A Non-Conformist. Lausanne: IMD Case Collection.