Why did a successful businessman who lived 8000 miles from the United States of America invest more than a decade of his life to become a naturalized US Citizen? In episode 20, we continue our leadership series with Greg Land who drills down into the personal motivations that led him to move to America and eventually bear the burden of the immigration process to become a citizen.
Greg grew up in South Africa during the very contentious time of Apartheid. He witnessed massive civil unrest as his homeland struggled with a transition to a new government. Many citizens feared for their safety and were uncertain about the future of their country.
Greg's professional development led him into the fruit trade and he became a successful international business man. He traveled all over the world marketing and selling his commodoties as well as learning about other cultures. Greg shares why his experience was so meaningful & the Leadership Lessons his fellow Americans can apply as we decide our future.