On a mission to ‘remove as many barriers to education as humanely possible’ – interview with William Adoasi

In this episode I chat to William Adoasi about his journey from a council estate in South London to founding the innovative watch brand, Vitae London, a brand which is sold in over 30 countries, endorsed by celebrities worldwide with a mission to ‘remove as many barriers to education as humanely possible’

William is a British-Ghanaian entrepreneur, TEDx speaker, philanthropist, role model and fashion designer who is the founder and CEO of Vitae London.

William speaks about his scholarship to a Boarding School where he became aware of difference and inequality, and the power of exposure and awareness.

He talks about the opportunity in struggle and the importance of mindset and role models in achieving personal possibility. He speaks of his experience of overly identifying with money which served as his springboard to find a higher purpose in work.

Listen out for his story of meeting and dining with Prince Charles and being mentored by Richard Branson.

Finally, William shares his best money purchase for around £30 and his Money Pearls of Wisdom.

Sit back, grab yourself an espresso (or drink of your choice!) and enjoy the conversation.

•William can be found on Twitter & Instagram @WilliamAdoasi
•Find out more about Vitae London @VitaeLondon on Twitter and Instagram

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