When Andra Rush started her trucking company, all she had was
a beat-up van, a pair of used pickup trucks, and the naive certainty
of a 23-year-old. She figured it would take her about four years to
make her fortune. Then she could use her new found millions to
accomplish her true goal: tackling poverty on Native American
reservations across North America.
“I thought I could retire by the time I was 27,” says Rush,
a member of the Mohawk Indian tribe of Ontario, Canada.
“At that age, you don’t know what you don’t know.”
(True for me today, even KK.)