Famous, Rich and in the Slums - Netflix

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Lenny Henry, Samantha Womack, Reggie Yates and Angela Rippon experience unimaginable poverty as they spend a week living it for real in this ground-breaking, two-part documentary for Comic Relief.

Famous, Rich and in the Slums - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2011-03-03

Famous, Rich and in the Slums - Stay Hungry Stay Foolish - Netflix

Stay Hungry Stay Foolish is a 2008 book by the Indian non-fiction author Rashmi Bansal. It features the stories of 25 MBAs from IIM Ahmedabad who left lucrative jobs to follow the rough road of entrepreneurship. It is an IIM Ahmedabad CIIE (Centre for Innovation, Incubation and Entrepreneurship) publication. Stay Hungry Stay Foolish created a new record in Indian publishing by selling over 300,000 copies and has been translated into eight languages. Bansal is the author of a number of other books on entrepreneurship: Connect the Dots, I Have a Dream, Poor Little Rich Slum, Follow Every Rainbow and Take me Home, Arise Awake, and God's Own Kitchen.

Famous, Rich and in the Slums - About the title - Netflix

In 2005, during his famous commencement speech at Stanford University, Steve Jobs quoted the farewell message placed on the back cover of the 1974 edition of the Whole Earth Catalog: “Stay hungry. Stay foolish.”

Famous, Rich and in the Slums - References - Netflix