One sunny afternoon, a man went out to water his garden. He pulled out and plugged one end of his hose to the water source and the other end, he dragged across to water the plants in the garden. Surprisingly, the big enough hose was only able to dispense a small ration of water to the dry-looking plants.
A highly prized possession
But an indispensable commodity
Limited in stock
Irreplaceable when lost
To have it
Is a blessing
Re-blogged from openpleasures.com | Written by Fola O’Martins
Recently, I was thinking about my business and how best I should deal with the many competitions around me and the things that I need to understand and take along with me on this journey of making my business a success. The points below are what I came up with which I think will help me in months and years to come in having a successful business. So, I thought to share these with anyone who may be dealing with competition in an industry or workplace.
There was a man who ventured out to become a writer of children’s books. Having written a title – And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street. He proceeded to find himself a publisher by moving from one outlet to the other. The publishers he approached, all rejected him. Following the 23rd publisher and rejection, he decided to call it a quit. Continue Reading