Don’t Run Behind Quick Profits

Making money is art, working is art, and good business is the best art.

– Andy Warhol

If you don’t believe, analyze the performance of any business that promises to give unexpected returns. If there exists a get-rich-quick scheme, it’s not for you. Few people will get rich but not you.

Don’t get engaged in any activity that decreases your morals and values. There is nothing wrong with the desire to be rich, but you must have to invest time in learning the art of money-making. You’ve to attain mastery over your work. Consuming cheap tips and learning short tricks is not the way.

Success requires hard work and perseverance. Unless you give your consumers and users sufficient value, there will be no good business.

Your intention decides the quality of your business. If you’re laying the foundation of your business today, it’s like planting a tree. The fruits will come, but without patience, you’ll root out the plant before maturity.

Focus on nurturing the plant, not the fruits. Learn the art of work and create a great business. The idea is simple; give value to people, and they’ll repay you in monetary terms. This value can be a product or service but doesn’t expect a business without weight.

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