6 Money Lessons From Avengers: Infinity War

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Just a few weeks out, Juan can already say that the Avengers: Infinity War (Part 1) is a massive success in terms of box office sales. If you’ve been watching […]

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Deep Inside You’re Afraid to Be Rich

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Check deep inside of you, it could be that you don’t want to be rich after all. It could be that we don’t want to have money because we equate it to being evil, greedy, materialistic etc. We have to be aware of these negative notions about money, to be able to attract a rich-mindset.

When Your Supplier Fails to Deliver, Literally

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The business suffers when a supplier or a service provider fails to deliver. Worse, a customer may be inconvenienced because of this. No matter how sound and effective our inventory management and courier coordination may be, there will really be instances that sh*t happens and there’s nothing much we can do about it except manage customer experience and minimize business impact.

Pope-Inspired Juan Liners: Personal Finance Quotes

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“Luck is the offspring of Preparedness and Opportunity.” Successful people did not reach where they are not right now just in a wink of an eye, it was a process of good turns outnumbering the bad turns. Some will admit that they were blessed, that they got lucky, that they were at the right place at the right time. Looking closely though will reveal that they were able to grab the opportunities because they were prepared.