It’s the side of the mountain that sustain life, not the top

This quote used as title of the post is from Robert M. Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry Into Values.

We were all fortunate during this COVID-19 pandemic to actually be able to take some time and unplug. To read. To think. And to Think what I/We do, and what we want to do.img_4944

Looking back at what I have done, and what I have done now for 20 years of my career, pretty much all my activities has been heavily focused on working with people and teams in an effort to help organizations grow and to create increasing enterprise values over time. Some have gone perfectly well, and some didn’t (to be honest). Each time we learn something new.

New set of things needs to become the right things to do well. Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition – or “ETA”  is the new pursuit.


Stay the course

With all the Corona virus news and financial market reactions and your portfolio’s going down, any sane mind tends to worry. But remember the lesson history has taught us again and again, ‘The one who stayed the course, benefited the most’.staythecourse_1920x1920

How well you manage these risks, helps you stay the course.

  • Emotional Risks,
  • Business Risks,
  • Market Risks ,
  • Behavioral Risks

The one who manages well, gets rewarded really well.


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