November 27, 2013

Why start philanthropy young? It gives you time to make mistakes and get up the learning curve, says Julian Robertson, Jr.

“You’re going to make mistakes,” says Julian Robertson, Jr., who urges philanthropists to start young and “have fun with it.” He adds: “In the long run, it’ll be one of the most rewarding things you’ve ever done.”
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