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#67 Conrad Hilton (Hilton Hotel Dynasty)
April 14th, 2019 | E67

What I learned from reading The Hiltons: The True Story of an American Dynasty by J. Randy Taraborrelli.


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100 years ago he was a man with $5000 to his name (0:01)

the curse of the ambitious/early life + work (6:35)

Conrad Hilton is inspired by Helen Keller's optimism (13:00)

the first Hilton hotel + more failed businesses (14:45)

Conrad at 32 years old /falling back into the Hotel business by accident (25:30)

losing it all / The Great Depression (35:00)

The Great Depression's effect on his business and marriage (49:00)

Conrad's advice on how to make decisions (56:22)

Conrad Hilton's philosophy on money (1:03:47)

it is important to have friends around you that increase your ambition (1:11:30)

the regrets of Conrad Hilton (1:23:48)

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