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    Default Low income or High income which is better.

    In Delhi, there was a Samosa vendor. His shop was in front of a Big company. His Samosa was so tasty. Most of the employees use to eat that samosa at lunch time.
    One day, a Manager came to that guy selling samosas. While he was eating samosa he comes in the fun mood.
    He asks a question: You have maintained your shop so nicely and have good management skills. Donít you think that you are wasting your talent and time by selling just Samosas?
    Think, if you were working like me in any big company, you would have been a manager like me, isn't it?
    Poor samosa guy, he smiled at the manager and said awesome lines.
    Sir, I thought my work is better than your work. Do u know why?
    10 years back I used to sell samosa in tokari (Leaf basket). At same time you got this job. That time I was earning Rs. 1,000 in a month and your salary was 10K.
    In this 10 years of journey, we did progress a lot.
    I owned a shop and became famous 'samosa-wala' in this area and you became a manager.
    Now you are earning Rs.1 lakh while I am earning same and sometimes more than you. So surely, I can say that my work is better than yours.
    Itís because of my kids future.
    Let me explain Ė
    Please pay close attention to my word. I started my career at lowest income. my son doesnít have to suffer the same. One day my son will take over my business. He doesnít have to start from 0. He will get fully established business, but in your case, the benefits will be taken by your boss kids, not by your kids.
    You can not offer your same post to your son or daughter. They have to start from zero again. Whatever you have suffered 10 years ago, your kids have to suffer the same.
    My son will extend my business from now and when your kid will be manager my son will be far away.
    Now tell me who is wasting the Talent and Time.
    Manager gave Rs.50 for two samosaís and he didnít speak any word and left.
    🌟Good Lesson to become Entrepreneur🌟

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    Similar with property as well. The real benefits can only be experienced 20 years down the road.

    Quote Originally Posted by Arcachon View Post
    In Delhi, there was a Samosa vendor. His shop was in front of a Big company. His Samosa was so tasty. Most of the employees use to eat that samosa at lunch time.
    One day, a Manager came to that guy selling samosas. While he was eating samosa he comes in the fun mood.
    He asks a question: You have maintained your shop so nicely and have good management skills. Donít you think that you are wasting your talent and time by selling just Samosas?
    Think, if you were working like me in any big company, you would have been a manager like me, isn't it?
    Poor samosa guy, he smiled at the manager and said awesome lines.
    Sir, I thought my work is better than your work. Do u know why?
    10 years back I used to sell samosa in tokari (Leaf basket). At same time you got this job. That time I was earning Rs. 1,000 in a month and your salary was 10K.
    In this 10 years of journey, we did progress a lot.
    I owned a shop and became famous 'samosa-wala' in this area and you became a manager.
    Now you are earning Rs.1 lakh while I am earning same and sometimes more than you. So surely, I can say that my work is better than yours.
    Itís because of my kids future.
    Let me explain Ė
    Please pay close attention to my word. I started my career at lowest income. my son doesnít have to suffer the same. One day my son will take over my business. He doesnít have to start from 0. He will get fully established business, but in your case, the benefits will be taken by your boss kids, not by your kids.
    You can not offer your same post to your son or daughter. They have to start from zero again. Whatever you have suffered 10 years ago, your kids have to suffer the same.
    My son will extend my business from now and when your kid will be manager my son will be far away.
    Now tell me who is wasting the Talent and Time.
    Manager gave Rs.50 for two samosaís and he didnít speak any word and left.
    🌟Good Lesson to become Entrepreneur🌟
    The three laws of Kelonguni:

    Where there is kelong, there is guni.
    No kelong no guni.
    More kelong = more guni.

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