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More effort does not equal more reward

Many people operate from an unwritten rule stating that a gargantuan, time-consuming task is a reliable indicator of both importance and future reward.   But this logic could not be more flawed – and it’s a very costly misconception. Spending a year on a painting does not guarantee it will be worth more than another completed…

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Every person is a personal business

It is interesting to see how most people draw distinctively different lines between business and their private lifestyle. Personally, I see many striking similarities. Founding a company is merely a parallel to something more important: your “personal business.” A quality business requires adaptability, thriftiness, discretion, management, a degree of speculation, and resourcefulness.  Does a happy…

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