The startup culture is full of people who want to, and try to, but just can’t get their business off the ground. Why is this the case? Much of the reason has to do with the fact that many entrepreneurs don’t know how to take their business from point A to B. Point A is that brilliant idea in the mind of the entrepreneur. B is that subsequent, hoped-for state where the business is secure, established and making money. "In between" is tough.
In terms of strategies, one of the best ways to build your business is to take that idea in your head to market as soon as possible. Because delays kill. Speed saves.
If you lift a kangaroo’s tail off the ground it can’t hop. Kangaroos use their tails for balance whilst hopping, so if you elevate their tail, they would have no balance and fall over.
Invest in yourself more. The single best investment you can make is in yourself. This is especially true when you are younger. Why? You get to benefit from the education longer. Think of it this way, who is going to benefit more financially, the person who becomes a lawyer at age 72 or age 22?
Sony launched a wearable AC that’s smaller than your smartphone. It's a crowdfunding project called Reon Pocket to help you beat the heat while traveling or when you’re stuck in a moment when you can really use an air conditioner
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The Kyshtym disaster - Central Russia, 1957.
Villagers near the Southern Ural mountains were scared, they were terrified. Men claiming to be from the government had appeared out of nowhere, ordering people to leave their homes. Without warning, they started burying crops, and slaughtering livestock; their livestock. The villagers were in shock; they were confused. What was going on?
On a parting note...
“Happiness consists of living each day as if it were the first day of your honeymoon and the last day of your vacation.”
~ Leo Tolstoy