Posted by: admin in on January 2nd, 2010

‘If someone can learn to build businesses, a whole new world with virtually unlimited financial opportunity becomes available. One of the problems with being in the employee (or self-employed quadrant, however,) is that the opportunities are often limited by how hard one person can work and how many hours there are in a day.’ – by Robert Kiyosaki (author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad) in his book Guide to Investing.

 

Indeed, the times call for even more creativity, resourcefulness and perseverance, especially with the slowdown that hit the overall economic activity globally. Amidst all these, the fact is that the true entrepreneur will always find some market segment where a service or product can find ready consumers. The true entrepreneur in us can come into play to find new ways to fill these needs even as we strive to fill our own for survival and growth. This blog site is dedicated to people who will always find ways to cope with the hard times notwithstanding. For if recent history is any indication, adversity-whether economic, financial or political- can bring bring out the best in entrepreneurs.

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