Our son has never seen us with $43 in our checking account.
But he’s seen our balance when there’s a steady income.
He likes steady better.
The life of an entrepreneur is risky.
Risk and reward fundamentally mirror each other.
The greater the risk, the greater the reward.
Burning the ships isn’t easy.
Living off of your last contract eventually reaches the point where the money runs out.
Paradoxically, as i write this, two contracts are waiting to be signed that will more than take care of a whole year.
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