Face to Face with Success

Arnold Goldstone, Deputy Executive Chair of Invicta Holdings

Arnold Goldstone was on track to become a medical doctor, but he wasn't sure it was for him. so, in his first year of medicine, he opted to do a full suite of engineering subjects in addition to med school. This set the tone for a typical a-type achievers life, and culminated in him running one of the biggest companies in SA.

His definition of success these days extends further than the boardroom though, his family is where his heart is, and they are the people who ground him.

Click below to hear him in conversation with Charlotte Kilbane...


This article first appeared on 702 : Arnold Goldstone, Deputy Executive Chair of Invicta Holdings


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