Every cent I’ve made in the last 30 years from writing books have gone into trusts to fund research.— Tim Noakes
Noakes opened up about his attitude to money – his hopes and fears, his successes and failures.
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I got my first pay at the age of six.— Tim Noakes
I went through my whole childhood not thinking about money.— Tim Noakes
My grandfather sent my father to Canada to work as a labourer on a tobacco farm.— Tim Noakes
I loved Zimbabwe!— Tim Noakes
My father controlled the purse strings. He was incredibly frugal.— Tim Noakes
My mom was very cautious with money.— Tim Noakes
My father taught me about compound interest.— Tim Noakes
My biggest extravagance was a motorcar and a house.— Tim Noakes
I drive an 8-year-old Audi. My wife drives a 20-year-old Audi!— Tim Noakes
Peak experiences are what make you happy.— Tim Noakes
When you experience ‘flow’ you can do anything.— Tim Noakes
I live off my inheritance. My father managed it right up to when he died.— Tim Noakes
My father taught me to delegate. He always said there’s a 50% chance they’ll do a better job!— Tim Noakes
I have six expensive watches.— Tim Noakes
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