Stepping Stone

One Step At A Time

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fastcompany:

There are two ways to explain why Bigfoot can’t be found. There’s the conventional view—that Bigfoot doesn’t exist—and then there’s what we might call the Donald Rumsfeld view: that the absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence. In this view, we haven’t found Bigfoot because we haven’t looked hard enough. Specifically, we haven’t looked with drones.

fastcompany:

There are two ways to explain why Bigfoot can’t be found. There’s the conventional view—that Bigfoot doesn’t exist—and then there’s what we might call the Donald Rumsfeld view: that the absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence. In this view, we haven’t found Bigfoot because we haven’t looked hard enough. Specifically, we haven’t looked with drones.

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Life

It’s been awhile when the last time i posted it here. Been quite busy with working life. It’s great, but it’s far from my hometown,my great little city called KL. Yup, keep on doing what you feel right, you will end up in a correct boat trust me. Life is challenging, but you determine what you want to achieve in life. Live it like there’s no tomorrow. Enjoy your life mate. :)

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Effective leadership is putting first things first. Effective management is discipline, carrying it out.

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The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather in a lack of will. Stay strong!

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Wall Street was designed to be a market to which companies provide securities (stocks/bonds), from which they received capital that would help them start/grow/sell businesses. Investors made their money by recognizing value where others did not, or by simply committing to a company and growing with it as a shareholder, receiving dividends or appreciation in their holdings. What percentage of the market is driven by investors these days?
Mark Cuban, in his post What Business is Wall Street In? (via humantheses)

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