When I first moved to the state of Hawaii, I was excited about opening an account at the Bank of Hawaii. I rushed over to the branch in Waikiki, met with a friendly accounts manager, opened a savings and checking account, and was provided a Visa check card. That was when the excitement ended and the frustration began. Here is a review of Bank of Hawaii.
This list could go on and on. Allow me to throw in two more names with colorful biographies, who, like the other two have their Wikipedia pages serving more information about their achievements in the academic and trading worlds. These two people are mutual friends and physicists.
But the people who do, come out on top. Take that to the test bank because when failure strikes, and it always does, most people run right back to the security of a paycheck without a backward glance.
Generally a person is liable for his own wrongful act and one does not incur any liability for the acts done by other. In vicarious liability one’s liability of act done by other.
The answers or ideas you are seeking are very close. They can be one search away. One “chance” meeting with someone who will be crucial to your business success. Most people get stuck on failure or setbacks and miss the opportunity that was created by that failure.
We all rely on “experts” to get ahead. Problem is you never know for SURE if the expert you just listened to is right until what she told you pans out in hard results.
Market continuously. Clients won’t magically find you; you need to find them. Sure, you’ll use your computer and the Internet to stay in touch and send out your files, but a lot of your early success comes from face-to-face meetings.
When a corporation hires a new CEO he usually fires the old management team because they are infected with the disease of failure, and then he brings in a new team. The new president we elect in 2012 cannot fire the old management team. That job is up to us; do your part.