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Matilda Ho

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Matilda and I discuss:

  • What Matilda learned from working as Taiwan’s first female dove magician
  • Why she enjoys jumping into danger and uncertainty
  • How she decided to work on organic food in China, a country that’s had an epidemic of food safety issues
  • How she creates an environment in her companies for encouraging her employees to share their mistakes and failures
  • Why being a CEO is a lonely job, and the strategies that Matilda uses to cope with that challenge

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