not really change anything; just focus on maintaining discipline, not getting ahead of myself, not getting arrogant/cocky/COMPLACENT> always striving for 10x and 100x and 1000x etc. Just not settling for less; always hungry, always wanting to scale up my value proposition.
Success and money magnify a person and who they are. If you're a lazy SOB without money, you'll become more so. Your power and money will become a club with which you can beat everyone around you. If you are kind and want to help others, you'll see your situation as an opportunity to do more good acts in your little corner of the world.That depends at what point you consider someone to be Unscripted ?
When you reject the norm that everyone else lives, when you start making enough money to quit your job or when you've made a millions and never have to work again?
If at the point when you're in the millions, I'd financially help all my family and some friends, get myself a nice place and spend my time trying to help people.
[...] I would:
1) Wear my shabby clothes, take the rapid transit train during rush hours on Monday morning, and look at those 9-7 wage slaves going about their daily jobs. Go into those posh office buildings and walk around. I'll do the same thing during their lunch hours as well. Maybe even share tables with them while listening to them complaining about their bosses and work.
Let me guess...clients dragging too long on payments?
Funny if that is so. I just had a little discussion on cash flow management on Quora...
Alright...I'll toss you a little link from Quora for that matter. A bit of a basic answer for solutions, but its a start.You’re spot on with your assumption.
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Alright...I'll toss you a little link from Quora for that matter. A bit of a basic answer for solutions, but its a start.
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