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My parents were self-sufficient (we had a smallholding on which we grew our own vegetables, but it was a bit hit and miss), which I think encouraged my entrepreneurial side.
There certainly wasn’t a lot of money around when my brother Diccon and I were small, but then as I wasn’t asking for new things, it didn’t seem to matter.
My dad never really pushed us to work hard, but as he did, I think we picked up the message ourselves. I think that is the situation if you are self-employed, and yes, it is still in my life.
We have had really difficult times in the past, and I’m sure we will have them in the future, although I hope not as often.