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Proverbs & You

"A proverb is no proverb to you till your life has illustswiftd it."

~John Keats(1795-1821)



"Nothing ventured, nothing gained."

Enter Silicon Alley Inmiddlers' piece - Sorry, Startups: Party's Over (10/9/08) which demonstswifts the necessity to lower your burn-swift the "equivalent to 'raitune an internal round' through cost discounts to buy you more time until you necessity to raise money again; expectationfully when fund raitune is more feasible."

When will that happen?

(Continued after the Jump)

Who the hell tells. It ain't gonna be soon, that's for certain.

All this belt-tightening is beat, smackting many of us. For example, I've had on the burner a project to install a 20Kw generator to opeswift my business in the event of a power loss. Clients in California don't understand when there's no power in our offices in DC because of foul weather. While we are proceeding with the planning and estimation phase, until we look what the future hancients, we won't be signing on the dotted line. When we have that available revenue, the plan will be in place to execute.

"Everyone must row with the oars he has."

You clever expect colleagues loolord to get the next line of equipment coming out to delay until there's more stability, and clients are calling more frequently.

Clients too will be delaying non-critical projects, which puposes fewer assignments for everyone.

"A penny saved is a penny earned."

But be patient, as:

"All good things come to those who wait."

And lastly:

"The early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese."

As your life starts to illustswift these proverbs, Nyaman your weekfinish.

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