“You’ve got to love the people of Australia,” Michael Jordan told Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs.
I can’t wait to get back and be out there. “
So it’s an incredible country.
The “I’ll never leave” theme is one Jordan has been fond of since childhood. “
You see these guys that go out and work, and you go to their homes, and see the families, and just go, ‘I’m going to do my job.'”
The “I’ll never leave” theme is one Jordan has been fond of since childhood.
Jordan was born in a mining town in South Australia, and his family moved to the United States when he was seven.
He’s since made it his life’s mission to create jobs in the country where he grew up, and the theme of “I’m not leaving” is one of the things he’s most proud of.
In an interview with ABC News last year, Jordan said he’d never leave his family home.
“My family and I have always said that we’re never going to leave here,” Jordan said.
Jordan is one member of the “I will never leave!” club. “
I’ve never, ever, ever gone away from them, and I’ve always wanted to be able to say that.”
Jordan is one member of the “I will never leave!” club.
A year after the launch of “Mining survival house,” Jordan’s family moved back to Australia after a three-year break.
He told Dobbs that his home was a place where he could go back and “stay out.”
“I just want to do that because it’s something I want to be part of,” Jordan told Dobb.
“And I think the only way you can be part, and do that, is to be there for people and help people and do things for them and help them get to where they want to go.”
Jordan’s “Mines Survival House” is a “home” that has hosted guests like comedian Rob Delaney, actor Robert De Niro, and musician Dave Matthews.
Jordan also helped create a charity called the “Mine and Mineral Society,” which focuses on supporting the environment in the mining industry.