For Whom Wealth Matters
July 11, 2012
Filed under Tool Kit, Paper Assets, Entrepreneurship
Tagged with Carlos Slim Helu, postaday, Carlos Slim Helu Quote, crisis, buying distressed assets, investing in distressed assets
About Keerthika SingaravelEngineer,Investor,Businessperson
I like it. At first I thought that this applies only to financial matters but then I see that it can also apply to creativity: in my case, the short story — the swimming pool has been tmk abandoned by writers as a setting for a ghost story but I’m moving in and claiming it as my own. What do you think of my line of reasoning?
A good reasoning.Few people like anything other than the easy way and the most obvious route.And the results they produce are middle of the road.Going against the tide gives us an opportunity to do better though there are no guarantees.And this way can be lonely and frustrating at least till success is achieved.
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