The book of inspiration

December 17, 2014


Filed under: life — zproxy @ 5:53 pm

“You have to risk going too far to discover just how far you can really go.” — Jim Rohn


“You don’t learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing, and by falling over.”

Do as I say not as I do. If you are offered less than 51% of shares it will mean, a decision can and will be made without considering your interests. An employee can sign off a new project, ask for more work, yet the next day, quit. If you think you are doing good, by sparing cash, in return it will be wasted in some other way. Do not authorize a sale of shares for cash, only to be payed to the lawyers to drain and leverage you out. Loyalty and trust is hard to get these days.

The tennis match ends once one player stops playing.


Everybody is replaceable, they think.


If you fight for your team, yet they jump the ship, will it be worth it?


What does it take to get rid of you?

Streisand effect. They say that is a generic contract template. Or is it the actual intent.



A letter from a company, lawyers. Any reason to pick it up?


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