I think metaphors are the best way to make others understand what you mean, especially as they don’t feel it’s direct advise.
I would add a couple of points to this metaphor:
- Believe in yourself and those who are part of your team.
- Distribute responsibilities according to capacities
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First of all, I have to thank you for wishing me to be successful in my business and also the good story of the shark.
My resolution in 2009, I must take good care of my health both Mind and Body much better than the past in order to reach my goals, even though I am now 74 years of age, I have never stopped working, reading and searching for advanced knowledge for a better livin and successful life. I really appreciate your creative positive thoughts.
May the blessings of the Lord your God fall on you and yours thru the year 2009 and forever.
Dr. Boonlert Saisanit, Ph.D., AMD., C.Ht
You could also have made some good money by selling your photo of the famous Huntington Beach flying shark to the Enquirer!
There are so many programs out there and they all promise to be the best. How can an inexperinced person ever sort through all the hype to find the very best one for them?]]>
That was a great lesson! The pictures were awesome as well! Perhaps the best lesson there, though, is #1 – Be Prepared. I have a feeling that this is one of the lessons that required proof and that most reading won’t believe it.
Let me tell you — from my own personal experience! — this one happens WAY too often! I can give you example after example, such as:
* Site opens day #1 and gets bombed with traffic; by end of day, PayPal account #1 is shut down because of “unusual business activity”. Day 2, PayPal account #2 gets shut down for same reason. Day 3, the brand new merchant account gets shut down. Can you guess what happens Day 4? Yep, website gets shut down.
This was just one example, but it happens all the time! “Be prepared” is a really important lesson to remember!
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