Manoj Raithatha is a man who does not live life in small measures. He has been an English teacher, a BAFTA award winning and Emmy-nominated TV writer and a successful property entrepreneur – so successful in fact that his business at its height in 2007 was turning over £70 million a year and in 2005 he was able to buy 220 off plan appartments for £30 million. However, his life changed dramatically after the financial crisis of 2008. Also in that same year his 2 year old son became critically ill.
Manoj has written an autobiography entitled “Filthy Rich: The Property Tycoon Who Struck Real Gold.”
Do join us on this podcast conversation with Manoj as we discuss his life along with the consequences that led to – the good, the bad and the ugly.
It is a story that spans generations; British, African and Asian cultures as well as radically changing world views.
We look at how financial success and spirituality have been competing areas of focus in his life. It was coming to the end of his own resources, financial, emotional and spiritual that opened him up to what really matters in life.
Manoj’s publishing community at Instant Apostle is here.
A podcast and further articles on money are here.
A podcast and articles on finding true success are here.
What questions, thoughts and reflections does Manoj’s life story raise for you?