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A Billionaire Who Wants to Be Rich Not Famous

He is the 66th richest person in the country.

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I think I know what military fame is: to be killed on the field of battle and have your name misspelled in the newspapers.

Earlier this year, Forbes published its annual list Forbes 400, which ranks the richest Americans by their net worths. The 400 richest Americans saw their combined…

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Luay Rahil

Luay Rahil

I study how the top 1% live, work & lead, and turn their winning habits into easy-to-use routines you can use for life and business.

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