When Bill Morgan escaped the Nazis in Europe, he was more concerned with survival than on building a legacy as a serial entrepreneur. From a penniless immigrant to one of America’s premier real estate developers, Bill’s decision to find inspiration in heartache and loss encourages others to likewise “replace hate with love.”
This mini-lesson is part of the Economics Arkansas iNSPIRE! series and can be used to start a class on a number of related topics including bootstrapping, risk, or philanthropy. The included activities will help your students begin to evaluate the costs and benefits of their current decisions and future entrepreneurial endeavors.